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Is the ‘Coast Retirement Savings Strategy’ Right For You?

Is the ‘Coast Retirement Savings Strategy’ Right For You?

Saving for retirement can be a lot simpler than most people make it seem. As long as you begin saving at an early age as well as staying committed and focused to a specific plan, you should be on track to coast into early retirement. The big question that many people who want to retire […]

Living past 100 with Vitality

Living past 100 with Vitality

Have you ever thought about why people that live in blue zones typically live longer than everyone else on Earth? There are currently five blue zones that exist, and in each of these places people living to 90 or even 100 years is common. And they aren’t only living longer either, they are also living […]

The Value of a “Mini Retirement”

For some people, early retirement just isn’t feasible. Whether it’s not having enough saved up or not being ready to end your career, some people prefer mini-retirements rather than retiring early. A mini retirement is  a series of meaningful respites throughout your life in which you take a break from your career, rather than taking one final […]

Prevent, Treat and Diagnosing Parkinson’s disease

Parkinson’s is a progressive disease of the central nervous system, and it is caused by a decrease of cells in the area of the brain that produces dopamine. People are usually diagnosed with Parkinson’s in their early 60s, but if you are diagnosed before reaching 50, you are said to have early onset Parkinson’s. Researchers […]

Best States to Retire in the U.S.

When you’re deciding where you want to retire, you should focus on locations depending on what you value. It’s important to consider three main aspects: affordability, quality of life, and health care. On a global scale, the United States is 24th on the list of the best countries for retirement. However, the U.S. is very large […]

Winging Retirement Won’t Work

Winging Retirement Won’t Work

  Planning for retirement is not easy and because of its complexity, you may be putting it off for the future. It’s a mistake many people make which can often lead to an unpleasant retirement. Of course, it’s best to plan early, but no matter your age, it’s best to plan now than to hold […]

401K Series: Best Ways to Maximize Your 401(k)

One of the most valuable employee benefits available is having access to a retirement plan that is linked with your company. The 54 percent of employees in the United States that have these plans are able to save for retirement in an account that grows tax-deferred until retirement. This alone is a huge advantage along […]

Pros and Cons of Using a Robo-Advisor

  As modern technology grows, more and more people are being forced to become tech-savvy. Now more than ever we are browsing the web, making online purchases, and using social media platforms on a daily basis. But what about retirement planning? Is there a way for you to invest your savings “safely” without seeking the […]

Study Abroad Programs for Adult Learners

Study Abroad Programs for Adult Learners

Thomas Park was a world traveler. He’d been to many countries on his own, through work and with groups. In 2016, he decided to travel to Paris for a month to submerge himself in French language, culture and life. “In order to improve my French, I knew I needed to immerse myself,” says Tom. “It’s […]

You Saved for Retirement. Now, Enjoy it!

You Saved for Retirement. Now, Enjoy it!

There is a century-old proverb that goes something like this: old habits die hard. Once we develop a habit and perform it consistently, it becomes second nature to us. What if you reached a point in your life where that habit was starting to impact you negatively? Do you think you could give it up […]

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