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Rethink Retired

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Name:
Rethink Retired
Category:
Traditional Retirement
Tags:
early retirement, retirement, investing, IRA
Start Year:
2016

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Net worth:
$2,250,000.00
Location:
Tampa, Florida, United States
Age:
50s
Race:
White
Gender:
Male
Life stage:
RETIRED
Profession:
Investor
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Latest Blog Posts

Anyone can give a retiree a gold watch or a plaque with an inspiring quote on it. If you want to give something that is truly meaningful, then you’ll need to explore the unique retirement gifts ideas that are available today. If you’re ready to shop outside of the box, then we’ve put together a few options for you to consider so that you can find the absolutely perfect gift. ...
Posted: Jul 04 2017 @ 8:00 AM
Retiring is an epic moment in someone’s life. It’s a time when life begins to transition from the rigors of work to the rigors of doing nothing every day and having it be everything they thought it would be. The idea of doing nothing doesn’t last for long, however, and the newly minted retiree is going to look to become active in some hobby, skill, sport, or even a part-time ...
Posted: Jul 03 2017 @ 8:00 AM
Roth IRAs can be funded in a number of different ways. In addition to the standard contributions and conversions, rollovers are also possible. Transfers can also fund this retirement plan. If you’re thinking about funding your Roth IRA via a transfer, then there are a few rules that you’re going to need to follow to have a successful experience. The most common type of transfer is a trustee-to-trustee Roth IRA ...
Posted: Jul 02 2017 @ 8:00 AM
With the high costs of healthcare affecting American families, a number of policies, procedures, plans, and laws have been implemented in an attempt to reduce the GDP impact of these costs. Some families are spending upwards of 20% of their income on medical expenses alone, including the cost of having mandated health insurance. One of the ways that families can offset some of these costs is to establish a Health ...
Posted: Jul 01 2017 @ 8:00 AM
One of the most important things that everyone can do right now is to invest in their retirement. It isn’t something that just magically happens. Planning for retirement is a lifetime process, even if the day someone retires is a celebrated event. It often happens later in life, but the decisions that you make today can affect the quality of your retirement. This is why taking advantage of retirement planning ...
Posted: Jun 30 2017 @ 8:00 AM
How To Manage Your Retirement Planning Spreadsheet If you’re trying to figure out how much money you’ll need to save for your retirement, then one of the most useful tools to have on hand is a spreadsheet program that can help you automatically calculate the numbers for you. All you’ll need to do is program each cell based on what your income and investment figures happen to be and your ...
Posted: Jun 29 2017 @ 8:00 AM
The average working American is planning to retire some time around the age of 66. This is right between the average age where Americans can begin to collect on their Social Security that they’ve been contributing to over the years. Depending on when you were born, you can begin collecting at either 65 or 67. So what is the best age to retire? What many Americans don’t realize is that ...
Posted: Jun 28 2017 @ 8:00 AM
Retirement is an immense milestone in life. We spend our lives working towards some sort of end-goal, practically from the time we are born. As children, we need to grow and prepare for preschool or Kindergarten. Throughout elementary school we prepare for big, scary middle school. In middle school we prepare for high school. In high school we prepare for graduation, and whatever comes after that, whether it be going ...
Posted: Jun 27 2017 @ 1:06 PM
What Is the Average Retirement Income 2017? For the average American, retirement income translates to Social Security payments. According to 2010 census data, Social Security payments made up 37% of the average retirement income that everyone received. For those in the poorest income demographics, Social Security made up 84% of their total monthly income. What is the average monthly benefit of retired workers in the United States? $1,294. That means ...
Posted: Jun 27 2017 @ 8:00 AM
If you’re saving for a retirement, then there’s a good chance that you are making a few investments. Many people wonder if they should take on all of these investments on their own or bring in an investing consultant. What is a financial consultant? Someone who can give non-accredited investors relevant advice that can help them grow their retirement portfolio, so there is a definite positive result that can be ...
Posted: Jun 26 2017 @ 8:00 AM

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