Five Alternatives to Raiding Your Retirement Savings Early

January 26, 2015

Every year thousands of people raid their retirement savings early. It could be to get out of debt, to cover living expenses during a time of unemployment, to deal with a medical crisis, or even help a family member in trouble. While the reasons for doing so may be perfectly noble, it’s best to consider […]

Four Ways to Lower Portfolio Risk in a Record Stock Market

January 20, 2015

Want a hot tip on the stock market? It’s more profitable to reduce risk at the top of the stock market than once a full-blown bear market develops. Is now the top of the stock market? We can’t know for sure, but what we do know is that the market remains in record territory, and […]

How to Not Out-Live Your Retirement Savings

January 13, 2015

One of the biggest fears that many current retirees have is that they might out-live their retirement savings. That can be a particularly difficult problem, because once you’re retired there’s not much you can do about it. But if you’re planning for your retirement, there’s a lot you can do about a right now. Here are five […]

4 Keys to a Better Life This Year

January 6, 2015

Do you have a good life? Maybe compared to some, yes. Perhaps compared to others, no. A lot of it depends on your perspective and how you measure your life. Last year I had a good life but sadly didn’t realize it until I was abducted by a UFO and held prisoner in an alien […]