Posts Tagged ‘ retirement planning tools ’

Retirement Education

Apr 20th, 2020 | By | Category: Senior Moments Blog

For many people, learning is a lifelong experience that includes gleaning as much information as possible about retirement. There are so many facets that it is difficult to try to condense them. But we will try anyway. What we forget will just have to come in a future article!

If we approach retirement planning as a lifelong learning experience, we recognize educating ourselves about retirement begins as soon as we enter the ‘work’ field. We literally need to start thinking about what we want retirement to look like when we start our business and professional lives. Very few of us do that, however, because there are so many other issues to address. Nevertheless, if we begin then we will form ideas/preferences/desires that can be looked at over 40-50 years and modified as life changes.



WHEN SHOULD I START SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITS?

Dec 4th, 2012 | By | Category: Social Security & Medicare

Calculate Your Benefits The question facing Baby Boomers after 62 or 66/67 years of age is “Should I start my Social Security benefits now or should I wait?” Sixty-two is still the minimum age for receiving Social Security benefits; the benefit is reduced if you begin to receive benefits before full retirement age.  Full retirement […]