When can I retire and still live the way I want to live? Rick Miller describes some basic concepts about retirement savings.
This article originally appeared in Forbes.com. You’re happy in your career. You’re earning enough for now and putting money away for later. You feel productive. You like working. When asked, you say you have no plans to retire until you’re at least 65. Surprise! Things happen. You could confront health challenges that affect you or[Learn more…]
These days, families deal with parents and children aging together. What steps can you take to reduce the chances that either you or your parents will have to struggle financially during your retirement?
The Greens want to retire early and spend time with family. Sensible created a financial plan so they could step back from their stressful jobs and relax.
Remember when you were a kid and grownups asked you what you wanted to be when you grew up? That was then, and this is now. You are a grownup. You’ve finished school, gone to work, and started a family or a business. Now you’re settled, but you still have dreams. Maybe you want to[Learn more…]
Rick Miller was quoted in a recent Boston Globe article: Annuities regain a bit of luster as retirements get longer You can read about it here.
MarketWatch’s Robert Powell hosts a discussion on how to avoid outliving your retirement savings, with Rick Miller, founder of Sensible Financial® Planning; Joseph Coughlin, director of MIT AgeLab; and Kathryn McCabe Votava, president of Goodcare.com.