How to Live on a Fixed Income in Retirement

Before retirement, you probably had the chance to increase your income, such as by earning promotions or changing jobs. But during retirement, it’s more common to live on a fixed monthly income determined by your savings. This ...

Give Your Retirement Portfolio a Boost

If your retirement portfolio needs a jump, either because you got into the savings game late or because the economic strain of COVID-19 put a dent in your existing savings, you’ve got options. Even if you are between 55 and ...

The Pros and Cons of Multiple Savings Accounts

When you want to securely store your money, you can choose to open one or more savings accounts at a financial institution. If you’re unsure how many accounts to open, it’s a good idea to keep the advantages and disadvantages ...

Give Your Retirement Portfolio a Boost

If your retirement portfolio needs a jump, either because you got into the savings game late or because the economic strain of COVID-19 put a dent in your existing savings, you’ve got options. Even if you are between 55 and ...

Does the 4 Percent Rule Still Work?

If you’re well along the road to retirement, you’ve probably heard about the 4 percent rule in some capacity. This guideline for making withdrawals in retirement has been confirmed through extensive study and practice over ...

Choosing the Right Financial Software

From keeping on course with your health and fitness goals to juggling your professional and personal calendars, software is a great tool for getting organized, staying focused and achieving objectives. The same could be said for ...

6 Retirement Planning Mistakes

Planning for retirement is exciting, anxiety-inducing and complicated. Sometimes it seems you can’t even plan further than the weekend, so to plan your entire work-free retirement? That seems like a lot to handle. When dealing ...

Should You Pay Down Debt or Save?

What’s makes better financial sense — saving or paying down debt first? Deciding whether to tackle retirement planning or debt reduction first is a difficult choice. Both are daunting prospects and both carry serious weight. ...
If you intend to spend the golden years of your life enjoying yourself, opening an IRA is a great way to get there. Once you have your IRA, properly managing it is every bit as essential.

Common Questions About Managing Your IRA

If you are planning for retirement, there is a good chance that you either have an Individual Retirement Account, better known as an IRA, or have toyed with the idea of starting one. If you intend to spend the golden years of ...
There may be more that you can be doing to build toward your retirement, and it has to do with automating. What exactly can you do to automate your retirement savings? Let’s look at a few steps.

How to Automate Your Retirement Savings

Because you want to enjoy your golden years, you already have a retirement savings plan. You put away a percentage of your earnings every month when you can. You are financially savvy enough that you are building savings elsewhere ...