Tag Archives: Finance

Divorce after 50 – Financial Mistakes to Avoid

Aside from the fear of growing old alone, another factor to consider when divorcing after 50 is the financial arrangement that you have to make. Continue reading

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Financial Thoughts Before You Pull Any Lever

Before you pull back the curtain and step up to a voting machine, special stylus or pencil in hand, here are some financial thoughts you might want to consider as you make those oh-so-important choices. Continue reading

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Wondering whether you need a lawyer to represent you?

Think of situations where you would be on the wrong and have no clue on what exactly to do. Continue reading

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Staying Long Term in Hotels while Traveling

Can you give us any additional information about how to save on expenses by using hotels as your main source of housing? Continue reading

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Can One Live in the US for Under $2,000 a Month?

If you can manage the cost of housing, you can live just about anywhere in the world. This is a huge consideration. Continue reading

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Helping Others Make Sense of Retirement Planning

The solution for many early retirees entering financial planning part-time is to utilize software. Continue reading

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Millennials: Embrace Weird, Retire Early

Most people can’t turn off their alarm clock for an entire month. These benefits – and so, so many more – await the weird. Continue reading

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Social Security for US Expats and Dual-Citizens

Social Security is a lifelong pension provided by the US government. It can be a critical source of income during one’s retirement years. Continue reading

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Getting a Retirement Visa for an EU Country

Are there any resources you could point me to get specifics on a retirement visa for an EU country? Continue reading

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Greetings from a millennial :) – My finances!

I was inspired by your story, especially in how you both prepared for such a huge undertaking. Continue reading

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