The Social Security Board of Trustees estimates that there won’t be a cost-of-living adjustment, or COLA, for Social Security recipients in 2016. This comes on the heels of a scant 1.7% COLA in 2015. Read More
What happens in retirement when you need a ride?
It’s an important question. Transportation — whether you’ve reached retirement age or not — has to be managed, if not daily, then regularly. Read more
While I have been lax on blog writing for my own business, I have been busy writing blogs and answering questions on sites which I am affiliated with. Here are some of my favorite posts of the week:
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It happened, a job, a good job, a good job with benefits, a good job with retirement benefits. Now what? I think that it is incumbent on each and everyone to contribute as much as they can to their retirement account and it is never too early to start contributing. There are things to consider.
It happens to everyone eventually. You change jobs. The good news is that you were able to take advantage of their 401(k) program. Now as you change where you hang your hat from 9 to 5 you need to make a decision on where you should put your retirement savings.