Top 4 Financial Milestones to Consider Reaching Before You Retire

Top 4 Financial Milestones to Consider Reaching Before You Retire simple money man

  Top 4 Financial Milestones to Consider Reaching Before You Retire   Today I have the honor of featuring a guest post from a terrific writer. James Paul is a financial educator and blogs about money management, personal finance, college… Continue Reading

Retirement – You May Need A Little or A Lot

Retirement – You May Need A Little or A Lot simple money man

  We’re all at different places when it comes to retirement: some of us have a long way to go, some of us are in the middle, some of us are almost there, some of us are RETIRED, envious :-),… Continue Reading

From Target Date Funds To Lower Cost Index Funds

From Target Date Fund to Targeting Lower Cost Index Funds simple money man

Also featured as a guest post on Mustard Seed Money:   Usually, on the first day of a new job, we receive some new hire paperwork from Human Resources. Included in that package is paperwork concerning which retirement plan we’d… Continue Reading

Best 401k Calculator

Best 401k Calculator simple money man

  We are fortunate to live in an age where there is so much information available…for FREE. You go on the internet and can figure out practically anything. One thing I like to do every now and then is see… Continue Reading

7 Popular Myths That Can Put Your Retirement Life Into Danger

7 Popular Myths That Can Put Your Retirement Life Into Danger simple money man

  Today’s post is contributed by Amy Nickson, a passionate writer on finance. Amy is a professional blogger who has started her own blog and also works as a contributor for the Oak View Law Group. Please share your opinions… Continue Reading

Do It For The Future You – Retirement

Do It For The Future You – Retirement simple money man

  For some strange reason, I think about retirement a lot. Am I the only one? It reminds me of George Costanza from Seinfeld, the episode of “The Old Man”:   Ben: I’m not afraid of dyin’. I never think… Continue Reading