Now isn’t the time for Boomers to be playing Russian Roulette with finances. Retirees depend upon interest income, along with pensions and Social Security. All three are under fire, causing some to take on riskier investments in an attempt to make up the difference between the damage caused by Fed policies pushing short and long rates down to historic lows, while encouraging inflation in food and other basic necessities, thereby constantly nibbling away at inflation adjusted incomes.
Far too many financial advisors and gurus believe today’s low interest rates are virtually guaranteed for some time as this is the Fed’s announced policy. I’ve learned over time that markets actually rule.
No nonsense, natural and easy ways to help your body combat the aging process. While there are good products on the market that work well from the outside, these natural steps
While many businesses are struggling worldwide, online businesses are making considerable headway. In this article, posted at Journalism.co.uk, we learn just how well online business are doing and more importantly . . .
Set regular money meetings and then set the mood. Situations change over time and there are many topics to discuss in the area of money so it’s a good idea to get together regularly, for example, quarterly. Pick a day and time when you won’t be interrupted, and when you’re not tired or stressed. Get a sitter for the kids and turn off the phones. Have an agenda for the time allotted, and . . .
While memory loss may indicate a serious medical issue, it also may be something more simple.
Vonnie Kennedy of EmpowHer presents research from . . .
If you use a BlackBerry for your communications, you’ll want to get a heads up on what’s happening with the company.
Anne Marie Kelly, in her Forbes article, provides some hard hitting statistics . . .
You don’t need to be a scientist to know that chronic back pain can have a negative impact on your life, often bringing with it anxiety and depression. It can affect your ability to work, sleep and perform other daily activities.
Until recently, it has been assumed that whatever changes occurred in the brain as a result of chronic back pain were only temporary and that the brain would revert to a normal state once the pain stopped.
Recent findings by researchers . . .
There’s cause to be Restless. Is having enough money to see you comfortably through retirement years increasingly weighing on your mind?
Assets like homes, condos, 401ks’, IRAs’, stocks, bonds and investment properties, coupled with pensions, healthcare, Social Security and Medicare were once thought to guarantee comfortable Boomer retirements. Unfortunately,
Of the many challenges facing Baby Boomers today, what do you think is the most critical?
~ Financing retirement given the present economic crises, inflation of life’s necessities and deflation of hard earned assets.
~ Rising medical costs, especially with so many new and effective life extending options coming online.
~ Keeping pace with technologies that present the greatest opportunity in human history for those willing to grab ahold.
~ Personal growth, achieving new dreams and goals.
While these may top the list, there’s one thing you must absolutely have
For a retiring baby boomer, permanent retirement is not an option. This includes the ages of approximately 42 to 65. Those are retiring from their jobs are more often than not starting their own business. This age group makes up of about 54% of the workforce when it comes to self-employment. What does this tell you? This is a group of people who are using what they know to set up a profitable income using the Internet.