How to Save for Retirement
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Every pay period, pay yourself first. You won’t miss what you don’t see.

How much do you need to save this month?
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Find out today how much you should be saving and investing this month! If you think a $1 million dollar portfolio is overkill, you haven’t really run the numbers.

RMD Mistake: Depositing to Your Checking Account
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Although legally fine, this strategy often causes you to accidentally increase your spending every year and decrease your savings. Don’t let the IRS rules about IRA withdrawals tempt you into spending money you had planned to save.

Wealth Management Is In Your Control
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Many feel helpless to direct their own success, but nothing could be further from the truth.

How Much Can I Withdraw in Retirement?
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We have calculated safe withdrawal rates for ages 0 to 100 based on age-appropriate asset allocation mixes.

Family Financial Lifecycle
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Before the children arrive, squirrel away some money. When the children go out on their own you get one last chance to save for retirement.

Slow and Steady Wins the Race
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You can learn a lot about financial management from snapping turtles.

Safe Withdrawal Rate Adjustments
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Assumptions about these adjustments to your net worth should be made carefully and conservatively.

How to Factor Social Security into Your Safe Withdrawal Rate
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Carefully computing and adding your Social Security early retirement safe withdrawal rate can safely boost your early retirement standard of living without jeopardizing your future finances.

Small Changes Have Large Effects Over Time
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A swimmer takes one stroke at a time and yet makes great progress.

Financially Savvy Kittens on Retirement in Retirement Planning
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This kitten knows her retirement number. Be more like this kitten.

Pay Yourself First
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The greatest engine to generate real wealth is saving and investing. And the best way to ensure that your default is saving and investing is to automate the process. Pay yourself first, and your savings will grow exponentially.

Maximum Safe Withdrawal Rates in Retirement
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Certain assumptions such as maximum safe withdrawal rate are critical in order not to compromise a long and successful retirement.

How to Double Your Retirement
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Every six years you delay saving and investing you cut in half the lifestyle you will have in retirement.

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