How To Avoid Sabotaging Yourself When It Comes To Money And Retirement
Creating a secure retirement often comes down to smart planning as you consider saving and investment options, and choose the ones most likely to help you meet your goals.Q3 2020 hedge fund letters, conferences and moreBut not everyone makes wise choices, and financial missteps can play a significant role in how much – or how little – you have stashed away once retirement arrives, says Toby Mathis, a tax attorney, founding partner of Anderson Law Group and current manager of Anderson’s Las Vegas office.“Most people know they need to save a sizable amount for retirement, but many Americans are ...
Planning for Retirement: How Much Do You Need?
Retirement seems like such a long way off that you may rarely think about it. You’re too busy working, taking the kids to soccer practice, and planning your vacation to worry about something that’s decades into the future.Q3 2020 hedge fund letters, conferences and moreBut who knows? You may want to retire early and do even more traveling. You may want to start that hobby you’ve always wanted to do.And every day, the time between now and the day you stop working becomes shorter.But Americans aren’t saving much. According to SmartAsset, the median retirement savings.) among average adults is on...
Gulf pension regime needs immediate rethink
Retirement should be a time to kick back, relax and enjoy the financial fruits of a lifetime of hard work.. at least that is how many of us imagine our golden years.Yet the reality is that we are increasingly likely to outlive our money — by between eight and 20 years according to World Economic Forum data. By the time we reach the half-way point of this century, more than one in five of us will be over the age of 60, which is double the 2015 figure.The Gulf states face a more acute challenge in providing for future retirees than many other nations because of a pension model that is becoming i...
Baby Boomers and high earners now carry the most student loan debt: Fidelity study
More than 44 million Americans owe an estimated $1.67 trillion in student debt — and Baby Boomers lead the pack over other generations.Boomers owed 33% more debt in 2020 vs. 2019, due in part to Parents Plus loans secured for children and grandchildren, according to more than 250,000 loans surveyed by Fidelity.“People in their 50s and 60s should be preparing for retirement,” said Asha Srikantiah, head of Fidelity Investments’ student debt program. “This is the first generation taking on debt of up to $100,000 to support one or more kids through college.”Surprised? Brookings research confirms a...
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Study Reveals How Much You Need To Have Saved For A Happy Retirement
For millions of people around the world, retirement can feel like a lifetime away – but there comes a time when every 20-something year old will need to decide on a robust financial plan to truly prepare for a happy retirement in the future. But just how much exactly do you need to retire happy, and which cities have the happiest pensioners?Q3 2020 hedge fund letters, conferences and moreA new study by Audley Villages has analysed the happiest cities in the world to reveal the true correlation between wealth and a happy retirement. The study reveals the average length of retirement and life ex...
Kengo Nakamura Celebrates 40th Birthday with Winning Goal, Announces Retirement Afterwards
October 31st 2020 was a date to remember for Kawasaki Frontale's very own living legend Kengo Nakamura. The 40-year old evergreen midfielder capped off four decades of being alive by scoring the match-winning goal in Kawasaki's J.League 1 Matchweek 25 outing on Saturday, with his team edging out Tamagawa Clasico rivals FC Tokyo 2-1 at the Todoroki Athletics Stadium. The derby win meant that Kawasaki have won their last 12 J1 games, cementing their position at the league's summit.Making the short trip across the Tama River to the Todoroki, FC Tokyo were determined to set things straight having ...
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'Superman' postponed his retirement so he could help save lives during the pandemic
When Mike Merlino ended his a 44-year career with the AtlantiCare health care system, well-wishers were there in force, sharing "amazing Mike stories,” including that he actually postponed his retirement to help his colleagues get over the COVID-19 hump. At his October 15 celebration, there was lots of laughter, and tears. And if not for the pandemic, there would have been hugs, too, for someone who’d come through so often for so many people.But Merlino wasn’t an ER doctor, a chief surgeon, or a nurse. His title was logistics supervisor for the AtlantiCare supply chain, working out of the syst...
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AIG to Spin Off Life&amp;Retirement, Names New CEO; Shares Jump
Investing.com -By Yasin EbrahimInvesting.com - AIG soared in after-hours trade Monday after the insurance company detailed plans to separate its life&retirement business to streamline. The company also said current President Peter Zaffino will replace Brian Duperreault as chief executive, starting Mar. 1.American International Group (NYSE:AIG) was up 8% in after-hours trade.In a further corporate shakeup, the company appointed Duperreault as executive chairman and Douglas M. Steenland, currently independent chairman as lead independent director starting March 1, 2021.The move followed a compre...
Sid Hartman and Bud Grant made the unlikeliest of best friends
In a column Sid Hartman published in the Star Tribune in March of this year, celebrating his 100th birthday, the legendary sports columnist who died Sunday wrote that, “During my career, I have traveled everywhere as a reporter …”Well, not everywhere.“Sid wouldn’t fly over water,” retired Vikings coach Bud Grant said Sunday a short while after learning that Hartman, his longtime friend, had died.“When I decide to retire in 1983,” Grant said, “the first person I wanted to tell was Sid. I didn’t owe it to him as a reporter. But he was my best friend. So I told him I had something to tell him and...
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Mike 'Doc' Emrick, for decades the voice of NHL and Olympic hockey memories, announces his play-by-play retirement
“Retire” is such a pedestrian verb, it’s hard to believe it has come out of Mike “Doc” Emrick’s mouth.Yet the man with more than 100 terms to describe a shot or pass has in fact announced his last line change.Did pucks “rattle,” “battle,” “pitchfork,” “shuffleboard,” “angle,” “waltz,” “chip,” “hop,” “skitter,” “waffleboard” or get “ladled” before Emrick left his audience with his indelible imagery?Perhaps not, and perhaps never again.Emrick’s retirement from his play-by-play duties Monday at 74 follows a half-century covering the sport and 47 seasons calling pro hockey games, the last few mont...