• Comfort
    Making Comfort a Priority in Retirement

    Once you start your retirement, you may wonder what you can do to make it as comfortable as possible. After all, you spent your entire life working hard and doing your best in the workforce, so you...

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  • free time
    Making the Most of Having More Free Time

    Finally, you’re retired after years of hard work. What’s next? Now is the time to do everything that you’ve always wanted. There’s no one to control you or supervise your time. You’ve earned your retirement. In case...

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  • Retirement
    Preparing Your Farm for Your Retirement

    A retirement will often mean many different changes to your lifestyle and you need to make sure that you are properly prepared for your golden years. You will have no doubt but a lot of work into...

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  • Expat
    What It’s Really Like to Be Part-Time Expat in Europe

    Not all retirees thinking of moving abroad as a retired expat are ready to go full time. Exploratory trips are a great way to check out a likely final destination for your retirement. Carol Barron outlines how...

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  • UK Expat
    For UK Expat: The Three Major Factors You have to Think about if You Choose to Retire Abroad

    Choosing to retire abroad has now become a definite option for many, and it’s a decision that can have a tremendous impact on your life. If you are approaching senior age or are already a senior planning...

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  • Pension
    Quick Facts on Your Pension if You are a UK Expat in the USA

    There are undoubtedly many British expats in the United States, and the US is home to expats from the United Kingdom who have been able to blend in and enjoy their life in their ‘borrowed’ country. But...

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  • New Business
    5 Tips for Starting a New Business

    Starting a new business will never happen overnight. It is an endeavor that will take some time to come to fruition, but so long as you follow various strategic tips and tricks, you will notice a huge...

    • Posted 1 year ago
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  • Retirement
    How to Protect Your Nest Egg From a Market Crash

    It’s only a matter of time to the next downturn, so prepare now. The current bull market now 10 years old, leaving many of us believe we are past due for a major market crash. With Americans heavily...

    • Posted 1 year ago
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  • Medicare
    5 Key Details to Know About the Cost of Medicare

    Medicare is one of the most valuable programs available to Americans over age 65. However, despite what many people think, Medicare is not free, and it does not cover 100% of medical costs. Participants are required to...

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  • Start planning
    4 Reasons Why Your 50s is a Good Time to Start Planning for the Future

    When you’re in your 50s, thoughts of the need for long-term health care and what you’re going to do when you’re unable to take care of yourself may not be high on the agenda. Your 50s, on...

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  • Retirement Taxes
    How to Pay Zero Retirement Taxes Legally

    Have you ever considered the potentially devastating impact of taxes in retirement? Most people have not because they assume they will pay less in taxes when they retire than they do during their working years. But many...

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  • Bank
    5 Places to Live Like the Rich and Famous…Without their Bank Balance

    A new report points to five top retirement destinations across the globe loved by the cream of society. They’re A-lister international retreats—in Italy, Bali, Costa Rica, Portugal, and Colombia—that everyday retirees can enjoy, too, even without a monster bank...

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