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Leading a Purposeful Life after Retirement!

By Jurgen / a couple of weeks ago

The considerable conundrum of the brilliant years is that there is so much time, but so next to no of it. Retirement, all things considered, signals the last phase of life. It ordinarily occurs following 40 or more long stretches of work, after your kids are developed and after your home is satisfied. Thus, retirement […]

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How to Save Small and Finally Make it Huge

By Disha / a couple of years ago

Since you’re visiting this page, you’re either aspiring to start saving to purchase that dream car you just saw in a showroom on your way to your destination, or a student who’s given an assignment to write an essay on this topic, and you’re hoping to learn a thing or two from the sensei (me), […]

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3 Hacks for Early Retirement

By Jurgen / 3 years ago

A hack is a trick or a shortcut that is used to maximize the benefits of a procedure. They are not only an effective problem solver, but they also make the situation simpler and more fruitful. These hacks are used in various ventures in order to make them more productive and retirement is not an […]

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A Timeline For Retirement By Decade

By Disha / 3 years ago

Whether you have just finished university, are entering the middle years of your life, or are preparing to retire, it is important that you keep a keen eye on your pension investment, and knowing how and when you should be making appropriate moves will help you to plan ahead. Although it isn’t vital that you […]

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Four Tips To Save For Retirement

By Disha / 3 years ago

Retirement is something that pretty much everyone wants, correct? I’m going to assume that answer is yes. Whether you are 25 or 55 (or whatever your age is!), I’m sure retirement has crossed your mind at least once. Hopefully more than once but that’s a post for another day. Below are my 4 tips so […]

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3 businesses you can start in retirement

By Disha / 3 years ago

Retirement doesn’t have to be the end of your working life. If you are struggling to come to terms with the idea of having no routine to adhere to, or you are worried about making your savings stretch, then setting up your own business is the right path for you to take to reach retirement […]

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4 Ways To Prepare For Retirement

By Disha / 3 years ago

Retirement is an area that I believe too many people skip over. Some think that they will just think about the topic once retirement age is closer, they might believe that their job will help cover their retirement funds, or they just do not think it is possible for them. Whatever your excuse is for […]

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How To Pay A House Off Early

By Disha / 3 years ago

The other day, I published the article Paying Off Your Home Early. Like I said the other day, some people have a goal of paying off their homes early. I am one of those people! Many people choose to pay off their home at a quick pace because it can really help lower a person’s […]

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What You Need To Know About a 401(k)

By Disha / 4 years ago

If you’ve just started a new job, then you may have been asked whether or not you want to participate in your new company’s 401(k) plan. Whatever your case may be, it is almost always a good idea to say yes to this. So, what is a 401(k)? 401(k) is a term that is taken […]

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How To Avoid Lifestyle Inflation

By Disha / 4 years ago

I believe that most people fall to lifestyle inflation eventually. You most likely will not live the same lifestyle as you did when you were 18 and fresh out of high school or 22 and fresh out of college, but you also don’t want lifestyle inflation to get so out of control in your life […]

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