This week’s carnival deals with retirement plans and plans to retire. We hear some talk about retirement accounts, a blueprint for retiring early, and that baby boomers are going back to work.
Converting a 401(k) to a Roth IRA – Why and How
Jeff Rose presents Can You Rollover Your 401k to a Roth IRA? posted at Good Financial Cents.
A common question that I’ve been getting lately is if you can roll over your 401k into a Roth IRA and how you do it.
Let’s see if I can help you make “cents” of the situation. Here’s how you rollover 401k into a Roth IRA.
Preparing for Your Future Early
Mike presents Powerful Retirement Moves to Make in Your 20s posted at Do Not Wait.
How you can dominate your retirement right now.
Baby Boomers Going Back to Work
John G. Agno presents Second Careers in Retirement Years posted at Baby Boomer Life Tips.
Most Baby Boomers (the cohort of Americans born between 1946 and 1964) believe that they will still be working during their retirement years.
For boomer job seekers, the key to success is who you know that can lead you to a new employment opportunity in a tough job market.
Not Everyone Thinks 401(k)s Are a Secure Investment
Ted Jenkin presents Why The 401(k) Needs To Be Replaced posted at Your Smart Money Moves.
The 401(k) has now become the Gibraltar Rock for most people in the 30′s and 40′s as the main driving force for their future retirement. In most 401(k) plans there are even more options including a multitude of mutual funds and in some cases a self-directed brokerage account if you are savvy enough to manage the 401(k) on your own. With all of this great news, here is the real problem. They just won’t work to help people in Generation X and Y be able to make work optional someday.
One Family’s Plan to Retire Early
Suba presents Early retirement strategy on one income : Can we still retire early with our income cut in half? posted at Wealth Informatics.
We want to retire by 40. The goal just got more challenging with me quitting my job, thus cutting our household income in half. Is it still possible for us to achieve this dream?
How Much is Enough?
Savvy Scot presents How Much is Enough? posted at The Savvy Scot.
Savvy Scot discusses the reasons why we are never satisfied – why do we always want more? If you invest wisely and make the right moves, you can retire at 50.
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Ted Jenkin @ Your Smart Money Moves
Thanks for including my article this week!
Austin… thanks for the mention!! :)