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I’d rather aim high and miss, than aim low and hit. ~ Les Brown
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Class Divide | RetirementSavvy

In this HBO documentary, director Marc Levin takes a look at gentrification and growing inequality as it happens in Manhattan’s West Chelsea neighborhood. The film shines a light on two distinct worlds that share the same Chelsea intersection – 10th Avenue and 26th Street.

“An imbalance between rich and poor is the oldest and most fatal ailment of all republics.”

Plutarch, Greek Biographer and Essayist

#Wealth #Poverty
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Want to Manage Finances Better? Tap Into the Latest Technological Solutions | RetirementSavvy

In the recent years, mobile technology has transformed (and improved) the way startups interact with customers as well as the way they process and manage data. That being said, it goes without saying that mobile software and mobile devices are offering companies new tools to use, access and view. Whether we like it or not, technology is changing the way people run a business, which is good thing because when used right, technology can render the best ...

#Technology #PersonalFinance

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How to Watch the Market In Uncertain Election Times

With the presidential election dominating the news cycles, many investors may be keeping an eye on the stock market as well as the voting booth as they wonder what impact the election of Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump could have on their portfolios.

Presidential elections are almost always a big part of the greater theme of markets, but in this case ...

#Election2016 #HillaryClinton #DonaldTrump

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The Absolutely, Positively Best Time to File For #SocialSecurity

You can begin drawing Social Security as early as age 62, finally getting back those dollars you’ve been paying into the system, possibly since you were a teenager handling cashier duties for a fast-food restaurant.

But taking Social Security a few years shy of traditional retirement age comes with a caveat. Your monthly check will be reduced, so you’ll draw as much as 30 percent less than you would if you waited until your full retirement age ...

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Four Benefits of Working Longer | RetirementSavvy

Like me, you may be working hard and planning diligently to retire by a certain age. Unfortunately, events beyond our control may conspire against us and require considering working longer. Should that be the case, there are at least four distinct financial advantages to working a few more years if ...

#Savings #HealthCare

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Why Being Friends With Your Broker Could Cost You Money | RetirementSavvy

“People often become good friends with a broker who’s not doing a very good job for them,” Dennis says. “Even when they begin to realize they aren’t getting their money’s worth, they can’t bring themselves to break the ties. The personal relationship has come to mean more to them than their bottom line.”

#FinancialAdviser #Fees

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It’s Outcome, Not Income, That Should Be Stressed In Retirement Planning | RetirementSavvy

Most Americans are pessimistic about how well off they’ll be financially when they reach retirement. “People have a lot of worries and that’s understandable,” says Dan. “Their savings may not be what they hoped for. Pensions for most people are a thing of the past and many are uneasy about the future of Social Security.” A Gallup poll this year showed that just 48 percent of Americans expect they will have enough money in retirement. Those in their 50s were the least optimistic, with 42 percent in that age group saying they expect to live comfortably in ...

#RetirementPlanning #Savings

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It’s Outcome, Not Income, That Should Be Stressed In Retirement Planning

Most Americans are pessimistic about how well off they’ll be financially when they reach retirement. “People have a lot of worries and that’s understandable,” says Dan. “Their savings may not be what they hoped for. Pensions for most people are a thing of the past and many are uneasy about the future of Social Security.” A Gallup poll this year showed that just 48 percent of Americans expect they will have enough money in retirement. Those in their 50s were the least optimistic, with 42 percent in that age group saying they expect to live comfortably in ...

#Retirement   #Pensions  
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Follow Your Curiosity and Push Past Fears

Although you may not have a clear vision about how to stay engaged in retirement, you are probably curious about things which may or may not be immediately obvious. Don’t be afraid to follow your curiosity and see where that road leads; you will likely be pleasantly surprised.

It’s often easy to tell ourselves that we’ll do the things that intrigue us, the things we might be passionate about, after we deal with some contributing factor (e.g. we have more time, more experience, more money, etc.). If those excuses are really just masking fear, identify them as such and ...

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