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Using Excel for Retirement Budgets

August 14th, 2018 | No Comment Yet
Retirement budgets need to solve two primary problems: budgeting to save for full retirement, and budgeting to meet everyday expenses. An Internet search will turn up ads for budget planners, retirement advisors, and other expensive services–but you don’t need to spend much money to manage your budget. Microsoft Excel is  Read More »

How Important Is Project Management? Choosing Your Goals, Wisely

January 9th, 2018 | No Comment Yet
You have thousands of ways to succeed and millions of ways to fail; while there are no surest methods of succeeding in life or business per se, you might end up searching for ideas and methodologies to figure out the best way of dealing with project planning, objectives and execution  Read More »

A Pro in Your Pajamas: Jobs You Can Do from Home

November 22nd, 2017 | No Comment Yet
If you don’t like having to commute to the office for work, there’s never been a better time to work from home. Numerous at-home career opportunities exist in today’s world. For most at-home jobs, you’ll need a reliable computer and Internet connection as well as specific skills. Here are just  Read More »

Leaving the Workforce: 4 Tips for Soon-to-be Retirees

October 6th, 2017 | No Comment Yet
People spend a large portion of their adult life working. That is why people look forward to retirement. However, there are several things that you will need to do in order to get the most out of retirement. Decide When You Want to Claim Social Security If you claim Social  Read More »

Small Business Ideas for Older Adults

July 25th, 2017 | No Comment Yet
  Although they may not fit the profile that comes to mind when imagining the typical entrepreneur, adults nearing retirement should consider their options when it comes to starting their own business. The reasons to consider doing so are numerous, but I’ll start by echoing Jake Martin’s observations that make  Read More »

Every 8 Seconds Someone Reaches the Age of Retirement But Are You Ready?

July 18th, 2017 | No Comment Yet
In the last ten years of your working life, you are likely questioning whether you’ll face a comfortable retirement or a constant struggle. Your financial calculations may be based on incorrect assumptions of a stable economic picture. Here are some of the things you should consider when planning for your  Read More »

Exploring A Medical Career In This Chapter Of Life

July 6th, 2017 | No Comment Yet
As employees age, it can happen that retirement arrives sooner they desired and many are not ready to retire. For those who wish to explore a new career path in their later chapter of life, pursuing a medical career can be a positive and uplifting change after retirement. Equipped with  Read More »

Tips for Investing in Your Own Retirement Resort

June 26th, 2017 | No Comment Yet
According to the 2016 Population Bulletin released by the Population Reference Bureau, there is a chance that the aging of the baby boom generation could fuel a 75% increase in the number of US citizens aged 65 and above in need of nursing home care by 2030. The steady rise  Read More »

6 Career Risks Worth Taking to Make More Money

June 19th, 2017 | No Comment Yet
With recent trends indicating that most Americans entering the workforce will make less money than their parents, it’s not surprising that nearly 60 percent of Americans would choose a different path if they could start their careers over again. But changing the direction of your career isn’t an easy decision.  Read More »

Apartment Shopping? 3 Liability Risks To Look For Before Signing The Lease

May 25th, 2017 | No Comment Yet
If you are shopping for an apartment, you will need to recognize any hazards that a rental home or complex may contain. While it is not always obvious at first glance that danger lurks in a given rental, it is important to know how to spot possible problems before you  Read More »