In this chapter of the Retirement Remix, author Chip Munn describes different retirement investment strategies and levels of risk.
Author Chip Munn continues the discussion of living in retirement in chapter 9 of Retirement Remix and looks at how work can impact those retirement plans.
In chapter 8 of Retirement Remix, author Chip Munn explores living arrangements (location, location, location) and retirement strategies.
In this chapter of the Retirement Remix, author Chip Munn takes you through designing a retirement "career" that's unique to you.
In chapter 6 of the Retirement Remix, author Chip Munn looks at making the choice to do what makes you happy.
Chapter 4 of The Retirement Remix shows you you're not alone when thinking about the pros and cons of retiring.
In chapter 3 of The Retirement Remix, adviser Chip Munn discusses the impact of retirement on your health.
In chapter 2 of The Retirement Remix, adviser Chip Munn explains rethinking your career plans to include an extended ability to generate cash by being productive in your mature years.
In chapter 8 of Inheriting Your Spouse's IRA, author Bill Harris explains common mistakes and how to avoid them.
For generations, the concept of retirement essentially meant planning for the day when we’d leave work for a permanent vacation. Adviser Chip Munn decided that retirement needed a more modern approach. He wrote a remix to make retirement and retirement planning more relevant. In this first of a series, read the introduction and chapter 1 of his book, The Retirement Remix.
In chapter 6 of Inheriting Your Spouse's IRA, author Bill Harris explains RMDs and how to calculate them.
In chapter 4 of Inheriting Your Spouse's IRA, author Bill Harris goes into details unique to IRA beneficiary designations and the impact of those decisions.
In chapter 2 of Inheriting Your Spouse's IRA - The Widow's Guide to Keeping More of Her Assets, author Bill Harris explains the lessons from the court case about a surviving spouse beneficiary who learned “inherited IRA rules” the hard way.
The first year after the death of a spouse will be more tactical than strategic. Here are best practices for widows and their finances from Bill Harris, a regular contributor to Retirement Daily. We'll publish chapters regularly, starting here with the introduction and chapter one. We hope you enjoy!