Retiring

Finding the Best Medicare Advantage Plan

January 22, 2014

. . . Did you know Medicare has a rating system that evaluates health plans based on dozens of quality measures and patient experiences? Very few plans receive the top Medicare rating. Out of 563 Medicare Advantage plans for 2013, only 11 plans with prescription drug benefits earned the top five-star rating. Six of those […]

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Planning For Retirement: Determine Your Housing Costs

March 7, 2012

(Guest Post) Retirement looms large for the average working American. Ever since we get our first job, most of us have likely been setting aside money for that day when our careers come to an end. We have a 401k and get to choose from individual retirement account options. And we make regular retirement contributions […]

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Web Searches Reveal Americans Seeking Personal Finance Help

September 21, 2010

Americans Looking to Retire Rich but 401K Hardship Searches Spiking on Yahoo! It seems consumers are all across the board in regards to the economy and their future financial plans, and Yahoo! users are no different as they turn to the web to seek financial advice.  Yahoo! looked at the most searched personal finance topics including searches for “how […]

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NEW BOOK: “Retirementology: The New Language of Retirement Planning”

July 19, 2010

“A superb introduction to the necessary financial planning no American over 40 can afford to ignore” (Publishers Weekly1) DENVER – In his new book, Retirementology: Rethinking the American Dream in a New Economy, Dr. Gregory Salsbury merges investor psychology with retirement planning in the midst of a once-in-a-generation financial crisis.  Available today from FT Press, […]

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$1 Million Nest Egg No Longer Considered Sufficient by Many, GetRichSlowly.org Poll Finds

April 15, 2010

A recent poll on leading personal finance Web sites GetRichSlowly.org and MoneyRates.com found that many anticipate the need for more than $1 million in retirement. Of the more than 1,800 respondents who answered the question, “If you were 65 and retiring today, how much do you think you would need?,” two-thirds felt that $1 million […]

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