We recently ran across this new retirement myth blog series from Forbes. It is a wonderful complement to our series which is focused on the non-financial issues related to retirement planning. When…
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“For as long as you can remember, you have been a pleaser, depending on others to give you an identity. You need not look at that only in a negative way. You wanted to give your heart to others, and you did so quickly and easily. But now you are being asked to let go of all these self-made props and trust that God is enough for you. You must stop being a pleaser and reclaim your identity as a free self.”
If markets don’t cooperate, the conventional wisdom on how much you can withdraw from your nest egg each year can backfire. What are the alternatives? Here are three of them. (Conventional wisdom on the 4% retirement rule may now be expiring.
Retirement planning is an art not a science. Even the best of financial plans need revisiting on a regular basis. A rule of thumb does not make a strategy. http://www.scoop.it/t/retirement-planning-by-kairos-advisers-llc/p/4004585474/say-goodbye-to-the-4-rule-for-retirement?hash=bac5d612-6d90-441e-a0c8-b0920779d778
Why you should plan to slow down a bit in your retirement years. (The 80 Percent Rule for Retirement: Why you should plan to slow down a bit in your retirement years.
There is nothing wrong with a change of pace post retirement. It is the quality of activity NOT the quantity of activity that makes for a satisfying life. http://www.scoop.it/t/retirement-planning-by-kairos-advisers-llc/p/4004585460/the-80-percent-rule-for-retirement?hash=9a01171d-dfc5-4c14-a768-429b8113e0ea
Who are you? How would you define yourself? For most people the answer to this question is dramatically different before retiring as compared with after retirement. If you answer by explaining your job title, the type of work that you do, your possessions, your nationality and other external things…