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Solid financial retirement planning is no easy task. If you are like me, you tend to put it off… still so many years before I retire – why bother with the oh so dry topic of financial planning for my retirement?
Resolve to at least inform yourself. What tools and resources are out there to guide you through your retirement budgeting quest? Should you talk to a financial advisor? Should you retire overseas to cut expenses? There are cheap places to retire where you can live comfortably on a limited budget.
Some factors to take into account are…
- Your desired retirement lifestyle
- Your current financial situation
- Your estimated retirement income
- The inflation factor
- Changes in spending patterns after retirement
- Expenses for health care
- Possible income streams after you retire
Start by reading through the articles below. They are contributions from experts in their field, from dividend investors to retirement coaches.
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