As I talked earlier this week, I advocate a great level of diversification, and that you don’t put all your eggs in the same basket. Whether you choose safe investments with banks, like Heritage Term Deposits, or riskier vehicles like the stock market or my coconut investment, or even try to make a little extra… Read more
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Most Affordable Places to retire in the USA
It can seem as though finding a place where you can be comfortable physically and financially is going to be a long task. However, there are many cities where you could live affordably with their cost of living and taxes. Today, we are discussing some of the most affordable places to retire in the USA.
Should You Start A Gold IRA?
Your retirement investments are most likely going to be the most important investments you ever make. The reality is that we work all of our lives in an attempt to set ourselves up nicely for our golden years. With so much going on economically and geopolitically around the world, a traditional IRA may be a… Read more
Thrift Savings Plan Provides a Fantastic Means of Saving for Retirement
For U.S. Government Employees, the Thrift Savings Plan Can Provide a Fantastic Means of Saving for Retirement. When it comes to retirement, there are a number of options available – and one of them is a 401(k) if you work for private corporation. If you don’t work in the private sector and are a government… Read more
Tip For Retirement: Don’t Play the Lottery. But Still Pick 6 (Habits).
Best Practices for the Inexperienced or Seasoned Investor Alike. This is a guest post by Rob Pivnick, author of What All Kids (and adults too) Should Know About . . . Saving & Investing, Twitter: @RPivnick, www.whatallkids.com
Understanding The Basics of The Thrift Savings Plan
Hi everyone,today I have a guest post from Marvin of www.brickbybrickinvesting.com and www.tspinvesting.com who will talk about understanding the basics of the thrift savings plan. Click here to read more.. And over at Savvy Scot, I will talk about a word about helping and gratefulness. Click here to read more…
Financial Independence, Is Your Spouse on Board?
Please welcome Even Steven! Let me know if you would like to guest post on RFI. My blog is named Even Steven Money and I’m working on paying all of my debt back, becoming Even Steven, and building financial independence to retire early. I started my official journey about a year ago and have… Read more
7 in 10 Brits have debt problems – how can we stop being overwhelmed by debts?
Imagesource.com According to latest studies, seven in ten Brits are experiencing debt problems, with many not responding to the issue until £1250 of debt has been accrued. Financial management can always prove to be a challenge even to the most savvy of individuals in the difficult times we live in, but these statistics really… Read more
5 ways to prepare for retirement
Many of us can’t wait until we retire. With nicknames such as ‘the Golden Years’ and the thought of being able to sleep in everyday, it’s understandable why so many people look forward to this time in their life. The truth is however, planning for your retirement is fundamentally important to ensure you get the… Read more
Achieving Any Goal with Current CD Rates
Credit Whether you’re saving up for a house, a vacation or home improvements, you undoubtedly know the challenges of growing your bank account. Several factors can hinder your ability to save quickly. A car repair may force you to dip into your personal savings account, or you may need to withdraw money for… Read more