There’s a fine line when it comes to saving for retirement. Hopefully you’re not one of those folks destined to retire poor…
Personally I think the multiple on retirement income should be much higher, as the Great Credit Contraction could shrink income returns even lower…
Most people put their retirement savings at the mercy of a big mortgage and a market that could collapse at any time. Could you afford to take that kind of hit to your savings?
Make no mistake; governments will grab taxpayer money and private savings wherever they can. There are voters to buy off…and lavish weddings to attend.
Vern Gowdie knows exactly what other baby boomers have lived through. He knows that many of them have now reached retirement in a reasonably well-off position…
Receiving a large sum of money provides the wealth — this is the easy part. The difficult part is managing the expectations — yours and your family’s.
If Dirty Harry read the recent research on the growth of self-managed superannuation funds, he would conclude when it comes to super, investors want control.
This is something I’ve written about before. The idea of ‘over saving‘. I know that may seem an odd thing to say. How is it possible to ‘over save’?
Today Vern Gowdie discusses how to get the government to pay for your retirement (and it’s not the aged pension).
Fortunately for retirees, there is a way to earn up to $257,948 (after July 1, 2014) without having to pay tax. You get to keep more of your hard-earned dollars.
One subject I haven’t covered much recently is the gold price. It’s not that I’ve ignored it because the price has dropped, if that’s what you’re thinking. I simply take the view that gold is a must-have in any portfolio.
I don’t consider property to be a real investment. Property is a wannabe investment. And property investors are wannabe investors.
This reader gets it. The One Dollar Savings Plan isn’t about hoarding money under the floor. It’s about achieving a balance between saving and spending.
Over the next few issues I’ll give you some ideas on simple ways to cut your tax bill. One way is by investing into dividend paying stocks.
Investing and planning how you’ll grow your wealth should be at the front of your mind. I want to make sure that you’re getting all the investing news you can.