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Early Retirement Investing – Fact or Fiction

I found an interesting point/counterpoint on early retirement. Interesting because both articles reference plans, goals, timing, and risk, but from different perspectives. I recently had the opportunity to participate in a career development seminar with young professionals (early to mid … Continue reading

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Make your kid a millionaire follow-up

In yesterdays article “Make your kid a millionaire“, I mentioned my thoughts on using an average annual return of 8% for projecting future returns. As a follow-up, here is an infographic from the NY Times, entitled “In Investing, It is … Continue reading

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Make your kid a millionaire

That’s the gist of an article from Paul Katzeff, entitled “Make your Kid into an IRA Millionaire“. The article is basically a great compound interest example.  To summarize, if you start your children saving in an IRA when they are … Continue reading

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1,000,000 saved is 40,000 earned…

When is retirement a luxury you cannot afford? According to Kiplinger Magazine, when you’ve saved $1,000,000! “Considering that saving $1 million will only amount to about $40,000 per year for the average retiree (assuming you stick to a widely accepted … Continue reading

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