If you’re considering pivoting to self-employment, don’t let uncertainties over things like retirement planning and a vision plan stop you from pursuing your dreams. Here’s how I’ve been able to affordably craft my own benefits.
I’ve returned from vacation to an overflowing Ask Farnoosh mailbag. I couldn’t pick just one to answer, so we’re featuring three very interesting queries. From retirement to financing a home renovation to college savings, we’re about to cover a lot of ground.
I joined Kathie Lee and Hoda on the TODAY Show to share my retirement advice for people in their 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s and 60s. I explain what you should be doing at each stage to ensure you’re comfortable and have retirement savings for when you’re ready to stop working.
As experts are finding out, for the women who do invest, they’re incredibly good at it.
In the middle of handling your transition from office to office, you’ll also have to consider what to do with your retirement funds.
If you’re one of many Americans with no plan for retirement, no investments and not making contributions, here’s the skinny, a few basics, to retirement planning to get you started today.
@Kesjv81d (aka Victor) asks me: I’m 50. At what age should you start moving investments to a safer place?