Tips for Living Debt-Free in Retirement

If you’re like most baby boomers, you’ve probably experienced the feeling of having too much credit card debt. Maybe you’re carrying a balance from month to month, or perhaps you’ve been hit with an unexpected late fee or two. Either way, credit card debt can (Learn more!)

Yes! Retire at 62 and Work Part-Time in Retirement

I think it’s an excellent idea to work part-time in retirement. It’s an especially sweet deal if you work and also take advantage of collecting Social Security benefits at 62. Additionally, working part-time in retirement can help you stretch your resources, whether yours are thick (Learn more!)

Does Social Security Contact You by Phone or Mail?

re you confused as to how Social Security will contact you about retirement benefits? If case you are, you’re not alone. With that said, let me note that there are various methods the Social Security Administration uses for communication. It’s not complicated. Although we all (Learn more!)

Perks: Retirement Has its Privileges in a Pandemic

Have you noticed that retirement has its privileges during the coronavirus pandemic?  It may be difficult to imagine there are perks, especially as Americans and people around the globe continue to suffer deeply from the detrimental health and economic effects of Covid19. The pandemic has (Learn more!)

Eliminating Waste and the Cost of Ownership

Imagine that you retired today. How would you celebrate the occasion? The quintessential act is to embark on a journey with no timetable. After all, no one is expecting you at the office, ever again! One man that we met was embarking on his journey. (Learn more!)

A Generation Lost In Space

How to retire? Amass a huge inventory of wealth and then go on a spending spree until you die. This wealth is not to be built by normal means, it can only grow by speculating that others, just as ignorant, will continue to push the (Learn more!)

Are you Afraid to Retire? Conquer Peer Pressure!

Are you afraid to retire because of peer pressure? Unless you’ve learned to successfully conquer peer pressure, you are still conforming to its negative ideology, including behaving in ways that your peer group thinks you should about your retirement. Before the peer group, your life (Learn more!)