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Afraid to face retirement? According to a recent Stanford University study, "Our research
found that over 75% of Americans are worried about retirement," and that they don't
"identify with their future selves."
"Face Retirement," a new web-based tool created by a company called Merrill Edge to
help more people focus on their retirement, ages a digital picture of yourself to give you a
view of what you'll possibly look like during those wonderful and enjoyable retirement
years. The tool also gives you an added bonus of estimating your future cost of living.
The Stanford study found that people contributed more money to their retirement savings
plan after seeing their future face. Check out your retirement face at
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Author Carlos Anderson is proud to announce the release of his new eBook, Rich 4th
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Motivated by the tragic consequences of financial illiteracy, overwhelming evidence
confirms still too few understand the benefits of taking a few simple steps that can propel
you safely through life-altering events and avoid financial catastrophe for a life
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|Great book...Wish you would have written it
about 15 years ago.
Great book for children AND adults to read
Common sense financial information that a
4th grader can understand and that
everyone should know, but most don't.
Financial literacy made easy!!
Great Book. Mr. Anderson is right on point.
It's about time that someone discussed
money with our children. He explains vital
information that not only children should
learn but many adults as well. I give this
book 5 stars.
"Many Americans are still failing to sock away enough money to pay for retirement -- or
emergencies for that matter, according to a survey of more than 1,000 people released
Only half of respondents reported good savings habits, including having a spending
and/or saving plan in place, according to the Consumer Federation of America and the
American Savings Education Council which conducted the survey."
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|Americans Still Aren't Saving Enough
"Many Americans fail to plan properly for their retirements. In some cases, they put paying
monthly bills, home renovations and even planning a vacation ahead of saving for
Data from a 2010 Employee Benefit Research Institute study found that retirement
finances for early baby boomers were at risk. Almost half of them didn’t have resources to
pay for “basic retirement expenditures and uninsured health care costs.”
In a separate report, the institute found that estimating the amount of retirement savings
you’ll need makes a difference. Workers who did so, calculated their nest egg should be
at least one $1 million.
Which brings us to today’s Just Explain It.
What’s the best way to retire with $1.5 million in savings?
We asked Doug Wheat, a Certified Financial Planner at Family Wealth Management, to
help us figure it all out.
Saving $1.5 million will provide a very comfortable nest egg for most professional
couples in retirement, and here’s why."
|Retiring With $1.5 Million Saved
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