Look at saving as making an investment in your future self. It’s self-care. You’re saving for “living,” not “retirement.” To me, that’s a better way to frame it, especially when retirement is a fuzzy concept at best.
“No question or issue is too big or too small,” Rebecca Wiggins, AFCPE’s executive director, says. “People can come if they just have questions, want to finally get some assistance to make a realistic budget or if they are really struggling and don’t know where to even start.”
“Mortality is on the front of their minds,” Rubin said. “Spurred by the coronavirus pandemic, clients who I haven’t heard from in 10 or 15 years, as well as prospective new clients, have been reaching out to update their existing estate planning documents, or write new ones. I
Many of us, especially those in our 50s or 60s, are now very worried about our money due to the pandemic.
Kerry Hannon and host Ted Fox discuss how to think about work at different ages and stages of a career, from people who are just starting out to those 50 and over. The latter were the focus of her 13th book, Never Too Old to Get Rich: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Starting a Business Mid-Life.
When we feel relevant doing work we love, with people we love, and making a difference in some fashion in the world around us, we live richer lives.
For your financial health and prosperity in the year ahead, there are a few critical dates to put on your calendar and steps to take for them:
While money issues may appear to be the cause of sibling angst, they are usually about far more than that, experts say. Money is often how we keep a tally of love, approval and fairness.
“The sibling relationship is the longest-running one in our lives,” James Grubman, founder of FamilyWealth Consulting said. “So you have to remain focused on the fact that repairing and preserving the sibling relationship is an interest that is part of the communication.”