It’s the old “spread your retirement throughout your life” argument.
My husband is 17 years older than I am. When should we plan to retire?
It’s the equivalent of saving an extra percentage point towards retirement… for thirty years.
Six months ago we discovered my grandmother had outlived her savings and could no longer afford to stay in her home.
And automatically deducts 5 percent from their paychecks.
Earlier this week, we looked at Suze Orman’s retirement advice. Now we get a profile of her life as a retiree.
If you didn’t read the Washington Post’s “The New Reality of Old Age in America” this weekend, I’m going to recommend it for this afternoon.
I don’t want my parents to worry about bills they can’t pay once they don’t have an income.
This week, I set myself the financial goal of figuring out how much I was going to put into my Roth IRA this year.
Celia (not her real name) is a 30-year-old nonprofit director in Lansing, Michigan.
Because life gets in the way.