Love Life

Life is so short. Days can seem so terribly long at times. January seems very long to me. But now it is almost over. When I was in my teens ... read more

Gold IRA Rollover - Protect Your Retirement Now With Gold IRA Rollover

The economy is shaky, the stock market is very volatile, and more than ever before there is great threat of hyperinflation. When you combine these ... read more

Retiring As a Single Woman - How to Find Satisfaction

We have all seen the commercials. The mature couple walking hand and hand down the beach, spending time together with the grandkids, or dancing to ... read more

Will You Have to Work Until You're 70?

Where are you? In the 82% or the 18%? If we fail to plan... then we plan to fail... This is a very common phrase and I'm sure you have heard it bef ... read more

Gold IRA Rollover Benefits - Why You Should Secure Your Retirement With Gold IRA Rollover

Are you wondering which is the best way of securing your retirement? Secure it with gold IRA rollover. To do it you only need to visit a reputable ... read more

Gold IRA Rollover - What You Need To Know About Gold IRA Rollover

IRA rollover is where you transfer the funds and assets of one of your IRA (individual retirement account) to another. A gold IRA rollover is where ... read more

Five Steps to Feel More Confident About Your Retirement

It's natural to have mixed emotions about retirement - it's a huge life change that people spend most of their working life preparing for. While th ... read more

Planning to Hit the Road in Retirement

One of the great benefits of retirement is having the time and freedom to pursue interests that didn't fit into your schedule when you worked 40 or ... read more

Should You Maximize Your Social Security Survivor Benefit?

As we age, most of us don't enjoy thinking about our longevity, but the fact is none of us are getting out of here alive! Preparing for this eventu ... read more

Retired But Not Tired

My mother-in-law is a feisty 82. She worked hard to raise her four sons. Once she retired from the teaching profession she assisted one son in his ... read more

Thinking About Retiring Early? Answer These 5 Questions First

While many retirees have to stop working earlier than they'd planned due to health or employer issues, an early retirement continues to be a longst ... read more

The Retirement Industry Improves As Competition Increases

With the rate of US citizens who are nearing retirement age increasing at a rapid pace, the retirement community business has been upping its game ... read more

The Glass Is Half Full, Most of the Time

Negative creep can happen even if you think you are a very positive person. Doubts creep up on me when I am tired at the end of the day, when I am ... read more

Social Security, Married Couples and the Art of Compromise!

It should be no surprise that many couples disagree on retirement financial decisions. Some want to maximize enjoyment in retirement, completing as ... read more

Social Security Benefits: Start Early or Wait?

One of the most difficult decisions you will make in retirement is when to start Social Security benefits. It's further complicated when considerin ... read more