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Get Rid of Unpaid Credit Card Debt

If you are retiring you will want to be sure to leave your debt behind. Pay off your Credit Card Debt!

IRA Income Tips For The Nearly Retired

How to create your IRA income can be one of the biggest worries when you get close to retirement. There is so much varying information on how much money you need and when you can retire that it can be confusing and frustrating! Basically you need money to retire but how much do you need and how much do you need your investments to grow during retirement?

What to Do If Your Company Pension Scheme Is Closed, Frozen or Wound Up

Saving for your retirement is increasingly important these days and with an aging population we can no longer afford to hope that the state pension will supply us with a satisfactory retirement income. Until recently company pension schemes have been the sensible way to save for retirement. By simply ticking a box when starting a job you can sign up and relax – your future is secure. Recently, however, there has been a worrying trend that has seen company pension schemes closing, being frozen or even being wound up. This is now even set to affect the once secure public sector. If any of these things has happened or does happen to your pension it is important to understand the implications and take action as soon as possible. As they say – time is money.

Never Too Young to Save For Retirement

If you are wondering when it is time to start planning for retirement, the answer is yesterday! All joking aside, it is never too early to begin a nest egg that you can hatch when it is time to stop working and enjoy your golden years. Recent reports are showing that Americans are having to often postpone retirement and work more years than expected, even if just part-time to make ends meet. Some of the blame can be put on the recent volatility of the investment markets. But, also at fault are consumer’s high credit card debts, low rates of personal savings, and lack full participation in employee-sponsored retirement plans such as 401(k) plans.

One in Five People Retiring This Year Is Relying on Their State Pension

If you’re under 30 and love your job you’re probably too busy working and enjoying life to think about your pension. The prospect of working until you are 70 or 80 perhaps doesn’t faze you either. If you are between 45 and 60, your pension is probably already giving you the odd sleepless night.

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