It's never too early to start planning for retirement. And this means thinking somewhat differently about retirement planning for your later years.
Have you ever stopped and asked yourself these questions?
1. How much will I need to save for retirement in order to live comfortably?
2. What are my retirement goals?
3. When should I start?
4. What should I do?
5. What costs might I... ››› more
Retiring early is every busy worker's dream. You may love your job, but that doesn't mean you can't secretly dream of retiring early.
The biggest concern when it comes to retiring early is saving up enough money. Since we all have plenty of financial problems on a daily basis and we hardly ever have any money to spare, most often saving for retirement is not one of our priorities.
Don’t let... ››› more
With interest rates still low and the stock market trading at high valuations, there are no guarantees that the market is going to give you good growth or a decent income. And living expenses aren't getting any cheaper either. So what can you do if you want to take an early retirement? To help you achieve your goal of early retirement, you need to follow a few simple strategies. These strategies c... ››› more
Retiring early is a dream we all share. But it doesn't have to be just a dream! Whether you want to retire at 55 or even earlier, you need to have a retirement plan in place that'll get you there. But not just any retirement plan mind you. The best retirement plans look at the secrets others who've achieved this before you used to get there. And when it comes to retiring early, there are three thi... ››› more
With Telkom offering thousands of its employees early retirement packages this week, retirement savings are top of mind. After all, if you're like most South African's you're not putting enough away each month to save for a comfortable retirement! What could be worse that reaching retirement age and realising you have to keep working to save up a bit more cash? Here's how to get your retirement sa... ››› more
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