Retirement planning does not end at retirement. The need to continue to grow assets to produce more income remains important for most. 

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Have you heard of the Stanford Marshmallow Experiment conducted in 1972 by a Stanford University psychologist?

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Very few people could “save” enough for retirement with today’s long life expectancies and earlier retirements.  If you just “save” – yet do not have growth that exceeds both income taxes and inflation, you are more likely to run out of money.  

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 Roger Green, MSFS,CFP®

When planning for retirement, often the focus seems to be almost entirely on “how much can I save?”, but there are some other significant questions to consider when reviewing your overall retirement plan.  

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Time is money—literally. For a recent graduate, time might also seem like an abundant resource, with many thinking they have plenty of time to save for their future – later. The traps of bad credit and debt snare many unsuspecting young adults and cling to their financial history for years. Here are some financial tips to help those starting out in their independent adult lives whether graduating from high school or college:

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A new report released in March 2016 by the National Institute on Retirement Security (NIRS) finds that across all age groups women have substantially less income in retirement than men.

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