Are Baby Boomers Destroying the Economy?

It’s becoming a mantra: “Baby Boomers Destroyed the Economy.” Millennials and Gen Xers are the worst off. No one can dream of saving for retirement, while the Boomers are sitting pretty with their Social Security, Medicare, and nest eggs from their cushy salaried jobs. Marco Rubio brought it up when he campaigned in Florida: “Everyone […]

3 Reasons to Ignore Regular Government Pension Advice

The government pension advice you see online these days is pretty appalling. People ask questions like: How much can I reduce my retirement savings since we’ll have a pension to lean on? And financial advisors will help you estimate the numbers. But that’s not the kind of government pension advice I want to give. It’s […]

4 Retirement Planning Tips for Women Over 50

Retirement planning is a struggle for every demographic these days. Millennials don’t know how to save if they wanted to, Gen Xers are worried about job security, and Baby Boomers have an underwhelming or nonexistent nest egg. For women, retirement planning is a huge issue. But the retirement planning challenge seems to be the biggest for […]

What’s Best Way to Achieve Financial Freedom?

Achieving financial freedom is a process that takes discipline. And few people prioritize finding the best way to financial freedom these days. According to a survey by, 29% of people don’t have money set aside for emergency expenses. Sure, you’ve got debt to worry about and other expenses always come up. But never making […]

5 Reasons to Keep Working After Retirement

Wondering how to transition to retirement? Maybe you shouldn’t. According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, nearly 20% of Americans 65 and older are still working. That might sound like a sad statistic. But when you think about it, there’s a lot of reasons why a new career is the best way to transition […]

The Best Way to Attack Debt and Gain Financial Freedom


Debt is a problem all demographics of Americans struggle with. The total amount of consumer debt in the US is nearly $2.4 trillion. Younger generations have bright futures to think about, but if you’re over 50, there’s a reality to face: How are you going to stop accruing debt and start saving retirement? As a […]

Happy New Year! Retirement Year In Review

Here are some of the most read, most shared posts on Retirement from around the web in 2016. The articles reflect what people are thinking about and concerned about when it comes to retirement. We wanted to make sure you didn’t miss any of them before moving on to 2017.   INVESTOPEDIA 8 Countries Where […]

My Retirement Rehab-Weekly Retirement Round-Up

Welcome to the Round-up! Below are the posts we read, found interesting and loved this week for a variety of reasons. We think you’ll like them too. How to avoid choosing the wrong retirement ‘paradise’ “See your new life through a realistic lens.” Finding the life you imagined after retirement requires an honest look, getting past […]

3 Keys to Achieving Financial Freedom

Financial freedom has become like the holy grail. According to Employee Benefit Research Institute, only 21% of workers are very confident they’ll have enough money for retirement. Achieving financial freedom is a big issue for all demographics, but especially if you’re 50+ and running out of time.  As a financial advisor, here’s what I think the […]

My Retirement Rehab-Weekly Retirement Round-Up

    Welcome to the Round-up! Below are the posts we read and loved this week for a variety of reasons. We think you’ll like them too.   Whatever happened to Wall Street’s Old, Unwanted Salesman? “In the new Wall Street, there are simply fewer jobs. Post-crisis rules to curb risk-taking and shrinking bond-trading revenues […]