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Five Optimal Retirement Party Gift Ideas - Simple Money Tips for Women
Five Optimal Retirement Party Gift IdeasWe believe that retirement is a major milestone achieved by the retiree, and this is the age when a retiree stops living at work and starts working to live! This is a big day and should be celebrated with a big bash. After spending a lifetime working, the retiree deserves a party. They will be starting a new chapter in their life, and after a long time spent working, they deserve a great send-off! #retirement #retirementparty #retire #partyplanning
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This is a common question people ask when considering life insurance options. And it can get a little confusing trying to determine which choice is best for you and your family. You know that it’s the responsible thing to do, and you want to make the right financial decision not only for now but also for your future. #investingmoney #bettermentinvesting #401kinvesting #howtoinvest #moneyinvesting #howtostartinvesting #investments #financeinvesting #investingadvice #investmenttips
Mutual Fund vs ETF who wins? - Simple Money Tips for Women
There can be a lot of confusion when it comes to understanding the different types of investments available today, but it’s important so that you can make the best choice for you and your financial situation. You definitely want to understand how the different options make money and how much money you can expect to earn. #investingmoney #401kinvesting #howtoinvest #moneyinvesting #investments #financeinvesting #investmenttips
Lesson Learned: After 25 Years of Marriage, He Leaves Me! - Simple Money Tips for Women
One of the jobs of a financial advisor is to plan for the unexpected. I’ve had numerous clients contact me and say, “I can’t believe my husband is planning on leaving me.” Or “My husband is having an affair and filing for divorce. What do I do now?” #marriage #future #finances #financialplanning #money #investing #retire #retirement #divorce
What is the Difference Between Term and Whole Life Insurance - Simple Money Tips for Women
This is a common question people ask when considering life insurance options. And it can get a little confusing trying to determine which choice is best for you and your family. You know that it’s the responsible thing to do, and you want to make the right financial decision not only for now but also for your future. #future #insurance #finance #retirement #financialplanning #women #debtfree #investing #money
Planning a retirement party for women - Simple Money Tips for Women
As a woman, once you secure your first job one thing is always inevitable—you will retire at some point in your career. This is a very important stage of your life, one which will not only remind you of how fast the years have gone by but also will give you great memories of the time you had at your workplace. Despite the fact that you will be parting with your workmates and other people involved, retirement should not be as gloomy as most people make it out to be.
Lessoned Learned:Who Will Get Your Money When You’re Gone? - Simple Money Tips for Women
What would you do with $300k? I have a client whose beneficiaries have been pondering the same question for over two years! Why? Because my client didn’t want to sign a form. Crazy, right? But it’s a true story. How can you keep this from happening to you and your family? Check out our newest blog, "Lesson Learned: Who Will Get Your Money When You're Gone?"
Going Out in Style: Five Outfits to Wear at Your Retirement Party - Simple Money Tips for Women
Thinking about the future right now can give you a clear direction of what you want to do with your life. Planning for your retirement is one way to make sure that when the time comes, you can go out with a bang. By doing this, you can be assured that you have prepared yourself mentally and emotionally to accept that you have worked throughout your life and deserve to enjoy the rest of your days. One of the things that you might have to think about is your retirement party. #retirement #finances
Lesson Learned: The Complexity of Blended Marriages - Simple Money Tips for Women
Blended marriages and families are becoming more and more common. I know this firsthand. After my parents divorced, they both decided to get married again to other people. On my mother’s side, I have two stepbrothers and a stepsister. On my father’s side, I have multiple steps and half brothers and sisters. (My father remarried a couple of times.)
What Is Financial Planning? - Simple Money Tips for Women
Have you ever considered hiring a financial planner? You don’t have to have lots of assets and be wealthy to benefit from financial planning. In fact, some people even do their own financial planning. Check out our new blog, "What Is Financial Planning?" http://bit.ly/2RIraPR
Lesson Learned: How to Lose Over 100k in One Year - Simple Money Tips for Women
My client was a 62-year-old male who worked for one of the major factories in the city. This company was offering buyouts for all of their hourly employees. Most of these employees had worked for the company for 20-30 years, so everyone was very excited about this opportunity. Check out our newest blog, "Lesson Learned: How To Lose Over 100k In One Year."
How to Choose the Right Accounts for Retirement - Simple Money Tips for Women
If you’ve looked into choosing retirement accounts and felt like it’s a big bowl of alphabet soup with all the IRAs and 401(k)s and Roths and SEP, then you’re not alone. There are many different types of retirement accounts out there, but which ones are best for your situation? Check out our new blog, "How To Choose The Right Accounts For Retirement."
The [BEST] 15 Steps to Get You Ready for Retirement - Simple Money Tips for Women
If you’re just flying by the seat of your pants hoping that retirement will somehow work itself out, then you need a reality check. You’ve heard the phrase, “If you fail to plan, you plan to fail,” right? Well, it couldn’t be more true, especially when it comes to retirement.Check out our newest blog, "15 Steps To Get Your Ready For Retirement."
Have you ever considered that your children are on your “payroll”? Now, hear me out… I’m not saying they are your employees, of course. But by the time your children are ready for college, you shouldn’t be their primary source of income. They should be able to manage their own finances well enough that they aren’t depending on you anymore. Parents, you can empower your soon-to-be college students and set them up for financial success.
**Top** 10 Common Challenges Women Face in Retirement - Simple Money Tips for Women
Whether you realize it or not, women often face different challenges than men do when it comes to retirement. And nobody wants to make a retirement mistake because it usually ends up costing you big in the long run. Check out our blog 5 Big Retirement Mistakes to Avoid to help you dodge common pitfalls associated with retirement. In this article, we will focus on the unique challenges women face in retirement and how they can tackle them head-on.