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We're free to move when we retire, but how we do that is changing with boomers and technology.
Lower fees may mean a better rate of return, but they're only a piece of a much bigger picture.
Seniors hope for 4% to 6% per year income from savings, but most prefer to be conservative investors at low yields.
Retirement is hardly as easy as stopping work on Friday and breaking out the golf clubs on Saturday.
Set your feet upon a solid foundation so you find fulfillment in retirement and leave behind a legacy.
U.S. Treasury Bonds could be the biggest asset bubble since the subprime mortgage fallout of 2008.
Annuities are often bought for a fee and rolled inside your financial camp without understanding what's inside.
If you have ever made nondeductible IRA contributions, you should start thinking about the lowest-taxed way to get your money out.
True risk management is important for everyone, but vital to the retiree.
Don't just entertain yourself until you die. Thinking about true joy, fulfillment and a legacy.