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One interesting aspect of retirement that you’ll discover is that you’ll find your typical week hard to describe to your adult children. Although it might appear you’re being evasive when asked about how your week is going, that’s not the case. On Monday, you might be packing for an exotic vacation you’re planning on taking next week. On Tuesday, you ... Read More »

Are You Sabotaging Your Retirement?

Are You Sabotaging Your Retirement?

We all dream of that day in our future when we’ll officially leave the workforce to enjoy an endless amount of free time. You might envision yourself moving to someplace warmer, finally getting around to every hobby you wanted to pick up, golfing, vacationing, getting through your to-read list, or simply enjoying the fact that you can do whatever you ... Read More »

3 Ways to Help Family Members Invest

Help Family Members Invest

When it comes to investing, some of us are simply better at it than others. Figuring out which companies or organizations you want to put your money into and knowing how much risk to take, is no easy task. This is especially the case if your background in investing is slim to none. That being said, if you’re someone who ... Read More »

Things Your Mom Never Taught You About Money

Things Your Mom Never Taught You About Binary Trading

Did you know that women control 51% of the wealth in the United States? Studies show that women save more money than men and that they perform better on the stock market. Generally, they are more conservative investors who do far better research. Despite all this, women have a much smaller presence in the stock market trade. If you are a ... Read More »

4 Ways to Pave the Way to Early Retirement

4 Ways to Pave the Way to Early Retirement

If you are looking for two words to instantly put you in a good mood, try ‘early retirement’. The simple thought of being able to leave your job earlier than expected in order to spend more time on the things you love is exciting, to say the least. Sadly, for most people, early retirement is nothing more than a far ... Read More »