Retirement Spending: What to do with the Money You’ve Saved

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While there are some of us who have little to no hope of ever enjoying a normal retirement (although we do hope we’ll still be employable in our golden years) there are many who have planned wisely, saved money appropriately and toiled endlessly to enjoy a comfortable third act.

It is at this point that some people wind up with a money problem vastly different from the one they’d faced in previous years. For the first time in their lives, they ...

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Are We There Yet? How to Know When You’re Ready to Retire

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For many seniors, the last several years of unstable economic conditions have made the idea of retiring a daunting venture. Even Wes Craven, the creative genius behind Freddy Krueger, recently wrote a column on the nightmare of his own retirement attempt (his story involved a motor scooter, a kickstand, and a hospital, but still).

Seriously, the question of when to retire has turned into a perplexing logic problem including the stock market, the solvency of Social Security/Medicare, inflation, family obligations and ...

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