Retirement Planning Guide
Let's face it, everyone has dreams of retiring early and wealthy, but that just isn't realistic for the average person. According to a recent study, the average savings for a person in their 50's is about $117,000.
Which means, that most people don't have enough money saved when it comes time to retire.
In this section you'll learn the fundamentals of retirement planning, like what is a Roth IRA, how to retire early, choosing the right financial advisor, and more.
This page is a library of resources to help you learn the fundamentals of retirement planning.
What is Retirement Planning?
A simple answer to the question: "What is Retirement Planning." This guide is action packed full of helpful tips and resources to get you started on your journey to retirement.
How to Retire Early
This is the million dollar problem that everyone wants to accomplish. This guide outlines a plan to help you retire early.
How to Choose a Financial Advisor
If you get this one wrong, it could costs you millions of dollars. This guide will help you understand the best qualities to look for when picking a financial advisor.
Retirement Savings Accounts
This article will breakdown the different types of retirement savings account options that you can pick from when planning for retirement
Individual Retirement Account (IRA)
IRA's are the staple vehicle for any retiree who is planning their retirement. This resource covers the different types of IRAs that are available.
Let's face it, trying to understand how social security works is very complicated. This guide breaks everything down in plain English, so even a kid could understand.
If you've worked a job for a long period of time, you should know what one of these plans are. This guide will not only help you understand how they work, but how to maximize their full benefits.
Last but not least, are pension plans. These are another form of retirement savings account for individuals whom have worked at a job for a long period of time.