Month: December 2016

LET’S LOOK BACK TO LOOK FORWARD

As we come to the end of the year I thought to share with you a group of articles that I have found to be informative, each of them reflecting on different issues relating to planning for retirement that you may want to reflect on. Ranging from “11 Money Lies to Stop Telling Yourself” to…

IF YOU LIVE LONGER

“Imagine sitting down on the day of your retirement to plan your financial future. You know what your annual expenses have been and you want to maintain your current standard of living. So, you consult a recent mortality table and find that if you’ve made it to your 65th birthday, you can expect to live…

A STREAM OF CONSUMPTION IN RETIREMENT

This week’s article states that “Individuals engaged in financial planning for retirement have no shortage of resources available to provide guidance on how much to save and how to invest those savings. If one does a Google search on the term “retirement planning,” the lion’s share of the over 1.2 million hits appear to guide…

DEFINED BENEFIT OR DEFINED CONTRIBUTION

This week’s article, found in an issue of the Harvard Business Review, was of interest to me because it described very simply the difference between and shift from Defined Benefit retirement plans to Defined Contribution plans and it discussed that “more dangerous yet is the shift in focus away from retirement income to return on…

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