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Tips & Tricks for Adulting
Some words of wisdom about retirement
- If your job has a pension, 401K, annuity, etc., pay into it from day 1
- Time passes quickly. It is never too early to start thinking about retirement.
- All above sections of this project lead eventually to how comfortable you will be once you do retire.
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Retirement & Salary
Calculating what you need to retire
How do you figure out exactly how much you need to retire? It's not easy. Well, it starts out easy, but then it gets pretty complicated. Read on...
Three retirement plans
The road to a comfortable and secure retirement is to take charge of your savings yourself. It doesn’t help, of course, that there are so many options, offerings, and fine print that the decisions can be confusing, if not overwhelming. Read on to compare a trio of the most popular retirement savings accounts: the Big Three plans.
How to get to retirement
Retirement, according to the dictionary, is to “withdraw from one’s position or occupation or from active working life.” You can achieve retirement when you have sources of income that do not have to be earned by working.