After you retire, your tax situation will change. Recognizing that oncoming change is crucial. Some ideas that may seem smart from a pre-retiree standpoint might be ill-advised once you have transitioned into retirement. Other retiree tax concerns may not yet be on your mind.
Your income determines your level of financial comfort in retirement more than any other factor. Some mid-life financial moves may help to boost it.
Some parents feel they should pay for all or part of their children’s college education and put saving for retirement further down on their to-do list.
You may turn to an online retirement calculator for a simple snapshot of your retirement income needs and your retirement savings progress.
The CRR estimates that those who do balance a career and eldercare work 3-10 hours less a week and earn an average of 3% less than other working women.
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