In this series of five webinars, Rick Miller, Founder and CEO of Sensible Financial Planning and Management, will explore how the housing decisions you make will affect your standard of living now and into retirement. In this webinar, you’ll learn: The volatility of the housing market can make renting a better choice for some. Don’t[Learn more…]
As you approach retirement, you may be deciding between a shorter, higher paying career and a longer, lower paying career. What does it cost to change careers? Can you work longer, earn less, and be happier? How do you weigh those factors? In this webinar, Rick describes: How the age at which you retire will[Learn more…]
What makes a job attractive to you? Have you considered the median salary, length of career, and chances you’ll make a go of it? In this webinar, you’ll learn: Why dream jobs are hard to get. How to plan for your dream job, and for your plan B.
Graduate school is an investment in your future and the future of your family. What are the costs? What is the financial return? In this webinar, you’ll learn: What can make graduate school a worthwhile investment. The impact graduate school has on your income, debt, and career.
You’re considering taking time off from working. What are the benefits for your family and for yourself? How will this choice affect your income, taxes, and Social Security benefits? In this webinar, you’ll learn: The tactics and ramifications of taking time off using real-life examples and budgets. The personal and financial differences between taking a[Learn more…]
To retire when you want and continue to enjoy your current lifestyle, you need to save enough to make it happen. After all, people tend to underestimate how long they’ll live in retirement. In the fourth webinar in the series, Rick Miller, Founder of Sensible Financial, discusses how to tell if you are on track.[Learn more…]
In this, the third in this series of webinars, Rick Miller explains the impact of Social Security on your retirement and how when you apply for benefits is so important. If I claim Social Security benefits later can I retire earlier? What impact will (potential) Social Security benefit reductions have on my ability to retire?