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January Used To Suck

January 2012 was a tough month. A year earlier my bonus was cut in half despite my business growing over 30%. “The Firm had a tough year” was the explanation then. But in January 2012 my bonus was flat and my business was still growing. Something was horribly wrong. My industry had changed forever and it was never going […]

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Full-time Employment Is Going Extinct (And That’s The Good News)

If you’re a late-career professional, you have a lot to think about for retirement planning. You probably haven’t saved enough yet, and you worry about those Millennials out to get your job. Here’s some new research out of Harvard and Princeton that could add to your woes: 10 million jobs have created between 2005 and […]

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My Retirement Rehab-Weekly Retirement Round-Up

Welcome to the Round-up! Below are the posts we read, found interesting and loved this week for a variety of reasons. We think you’ll like them too. How to avoid choosing the wrong retirement ‘paradise’ “See your new life through a realistic lens.” Finding the life you imagined after retirement requires an honest look, getting past […]

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5 Reasons to Be Concerned About Another Financial Crisis

With the most recent financial crisis in our hindsights, many Americans are sighing with relief. We made it through. And if you’re in your 50’s, maybe you’re thinking: There won’t be another recession before I retire. I’ll be fine. Maybe. I don’t mean to ruin your optimistic outlook, but there are some worrying signs that […]

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Over 50? Here are 15 Retirement Stats You Need to Know

I know a lot of people over 50 have retirement concerns, and they should. The traditional retirement age is fast approaching, and many have less retirement savings than they’d like. And what many GenExers and late Baby Boomers who have retirement concerns don’t really realize how much the cards are stacked against them. Traditional advice […]

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