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You can adapt the Financial Independence, Retire Early movement to fit your lifestyle.
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Retired life as a single person doesn't have to be lonesome. Finding hobbies that require you to socialize can make all the difference.
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Retirees are forfeiting an average of $111,000 per household by filing for benefits early.
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Before buying in a new place, rent for at least one year, or one season, to see if you like it.
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Some retirees work part time or take a class to maintain social connections.
To avoid conflicts, each of you should visualize what a day in retirement might look like.
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Retirees who have a financial plan feel more at ease about opening their wallets.
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There’s a lot of evidence that retirees may be worrying too much about preserving their money.
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Readers offer their spin on our financial advice and recount personal experiences that will help future retirees.
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Start your search for post-retirement activities six to 12 months before you leave your job.
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As you would expect, finances are a major factor—but far from the only factor.
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Many of you wanted to know what kind of coverage I chose. That’s still a work in progress.
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The decision to retire is a personal one that's as much psychological as financial.
I hadn’t reckoned on some curveballs along the way — especially when it came to signing up for Medicare Part B and Medigap.
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Pulling up roots to be near the children and grandchildren is a huge decision. Don’t let a brilliant idea dazzle you into getting it wrong.
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Most people don’t know even the basic rules of Social Security. That can lead to filer’s remorse—and thousands of forgone dollars.
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Most retirees of moderate means, as well as those who are affluent, don't even spend all of their income, much less draw down the principal in their nest egg.