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Retirement

Retirement

Retirement refers to the withdrawal from one's position or occupation or from one's active working life. One can achieve retirement when you have sources of income that do not have to be earned by working. As retirement and financial independence come in pair, both are achieved through savings and investment income, an increasing number of individuals are choosing to put off this point of total retirement, by selecting to exist in the emerging state of pre-tirement. It's important to understand the difference between retirement planning, financial planning, and investment advice.

Entities

ALEX.fyi
AXA Advisors, LLC
Advantage Gold
AllianceBernstein
Banyan Hill Publishing
BlackRock
Blankenship Financial Planning
Buckingham Strategic Wealth
Carroll Financial
Century Management Financial Advisors
Charles Schwab Corporation
Check Capital Management
Churchill Management Group
DeYoe Wealth Management
Evergreen Gavekal
Flagship Harbor Advisors
Fulcrum Financial Group, LLC
GFM Asset Management
Gibson Capital, LLC
HarryDent.com
Hightower Advisors
Kovitz
Lake Avenue Financial
Legal & General
Massey & Associates, Inc.
Money Map Press
Montag & Caldwell
NCA Financial Planners
Napkin Finance
National Association of Personal Financial Advisors
Obermeyer Wood Investment Counsel
PWL Capital
Pring Turner Capital Group
RIA Advisors
Ritholtz Wealth Management
Sensible Money
Simone Zajac Wealth Management Group
Simply Safe Dividends
T. Rowe Price
Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association
The Bahnsen Group
The Mather Group
The Motley Fool
oXYGen Financial

People

Adam Fortuna
Alejandro Reyes
Alex Chalekian
Blair DuQuesnay
Bob Powell
Brian Cooke
Brian Frank
Charles Zhang
Chris Reining
Chuck Carnevale
Colleen Jaconetti
Damion Lupo
Dan Bortolotti
Dana Anspach
Daniel Want
Daniel Zajac
David Bahnsen
David Chang
David Eifrig
David Krejca
David Kudla
David McKnight
Doyle Shuler
Esther Duflo
Hildy Richelson
J Mintzmyer
Jane Quinn
Jeff Erdmann
Jeff Leventhal
Jeff Massey
Jeff Rose
Jeffrey Kleintop
Jim Bell
Jim Blankenship
Jim Leech
John Thomas
Jonathan DeYoe
Joseph Sheeley
Josh Holt
Kai Stinchcombe
Kevin Myeroff
Kirk Spano
Kristina Hooper
Kristy Shen
Larry Carroll
Larry Swedroe
Liz Ann Sonders
Louis Barajas
Maria Bruno
Mark Anson
Matt Bohlsen
Mel Lindauer
Michael Finke
Michele Cagan
Mike Heroux
Mike Piper
Neal Frankle
Rachel Lacey
Ramsey Smith
Rita Cheng
Roger Wohlner
Russell Wild
Scott Van Den Berg
Sean Dillon
Simon Hamilton
Sophia Bera
Stephen Perry
Stewart Mather
Suze Orman
Ted Jenkin
Ted Siedle
Teresa Ghilarducci
Thomas Herold
Tom Gardner
Van Tharp
Wally Obermeyer

Positions

A Medicare Owner's Manual
A Social Security Owner's Manual
An IRA Owner's Manual
Automatic Income Machine
Barbara Friedberg Personal Finance
Be Your Own Boss
Biglaw Investor
BlackRock Blog
Broke Millennial Takes On Investing
Cabot Dividend Investor
Can I Retire?
Cashing in on Covered Calls
Common Sense
Control Your Retirement Destiny
Daniel Zajac Blog
Dave Ramsey's CORE Financial Wellness
Day Trading Micro Futures for Income
Dividend Growth Rocks
EconoPower
Finance and Philosophy
Fry's Investment Report
Getting Your Financial Ducks In A Row
Good Financial Cents
High Yield Landlord
How Much Money Do I Need to Retire?
How To Get Rich; Without Winning the Lottery
How To Invest In Gold And Silver
How to Make Your Money Last
How to Make a Fortune from the Biggest Market Opportunities in U.S.History
How to Retire Rich
How to Retire with Enough Money
Independent Contractor, Sole Proprietor, and LLC Taxes
Intelligent Income
Invesco Blog
Invest Safely
Invest and Beat the Pros
Investing Made Simple
Investing QuickStart Guide
Investing in Your 20s and 30s For Dummies
Investormint
Jason Bond Picks
Learn to Earn
Long Run Income
Look Before You LIRP
Mad Fientist
MarketWatch
Marketimer
Massey on Money
Mindful Money
Mindful Money
Money Map Report
Money Morning
More Than Enough
My Stock Market Basics
Napkin Finance
New Guide to Financial Independence
Oblivious Investor
One Hour Investor
One Year to an Organized Financial Life
Optimize Your Retirement
Pay for College Without Sacrificing Your Retirement
Personal Finance After 50 For Dummies
Personal Finance Terms
Plan Your Prosperity
Plunder!
Portable Pension Plans for Casual Labor Markets
Profitable Investing
Quit Like a Millionaire
Real Investment Advice
Real Life, Real Money
Rescuing Retirement
Retire Before Dad
Retire Young Retire Rich
Retirement 101
Retirement Daily
Retirement Millionaire
Retirement for Dummies
Rich Dad's Prophecy
Secrets of Canadian Top Performers
Set for Life
Smallivy Book of Investing
Social Security Made Simple
Sovereign Man: Confidential
Stansberry Venture Technology
Stay Mad for Life
Stock Investing For Students
Stock Market for Beginners Paycheck Freedom
Stock Sequence Trader
Strategic Trader
Streetwise Retirement Planning
Sustainable Wealth
The 4 Hour Workweek
The 4% Rule and Safe Withdrawal Rates In Retirement
The Amazing Covered Call
The Barefoot Investor
The Best Investment Writing
The Bogleheads' Guide to Investing
The Bogleheads' Guide to Retirement Planning
The Chicago Financial Planner
The Clash of the Cultures
The Complete Idiot's Guide to Social Security
The Courage to be Rich
The Dividend Hunter
The Easy VIX
The Elements of Investing
The Emergence of Numerical Weather Prediction
The Equity Risk Premium
The Financial Advisor to Building Wealth
The Fund Industry
The High Income Factor
The Investor's Manifesto
The Little Book of Common Sense Investing
The Little Book of Money
The Millennial Money Fix
The Money Answer Book
The Money Class
The Motley Fool Investment Workbook
The Motley Fool Personal Finance Workbook
The Only Investment Guide You'll Ever Need
The Only Math Book You'll Ever Need
The Oxford Income Letter
The Power of Zero
The Relaxing Retirement Formula
The Road to Wealth
The Simple Path to Wealth
The Small Investor
The Total Money Makeover
The Ultimate Retirement Guide for 50+
Trading Options
Unshakeable
Vanguard Blog
Wealth Pilgrim
Wealth of Experience
Wealthy Retirement
When I'm Sixty-Four
While America Aged
Who Stole My Pension?
Wise Investing Made Simpler
Working After Retirement For Dummies
Yield Hunting
You Don't Have to Drive an Uber in Retirement
You're Fifty - Now What?
You've Earned It, Don't Lose It
Your Complete Guide to a Successful & Secure Retirement
Your Smart Money Moves

Strategies

Individual Retirement Account
Investment Management
Pension Fund
Personal Finance
Wealth Management

Saving For Retirement

  • Some estimate that you'll need 80% of your current income during retirement
  • Some estimate that you can use 4% of your savings each year in retirement (without going broke)