Sunday , 21 April 2024

Retirement Planning

Ranked: The Best – and Worst – States To Retire In

Being strategic about where to retire can make a big impact on your quality of life, and perhaps help your savings go just a bit further so, to help break it down, we’ve visualized data from personal finance platform, WalletHub, which ranked the best U.S. states for retirement as of 2023.

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Retirement Age by Country

Today's infographic delves into the current and effective retirement ages across 45 nations in 2020, based on comprehensive data from the OECD 2021 report.

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Ranked: The Best Countries to Retire in Around the World

Our global population is getting older. The OECD predicts that 30% of people worldwide will be aged 65 or over by 2050 and, while some countries are relatively prepared to handle this increase in the elderly demographic, others are already feeling the squeeze and struggling with the challenges that come with a rapidly aging population. What Makes a Country Retirement-Friendly? When …

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Americans: You Can Earn +7% With Series 1 Savings Bonds

Gold, commodities, Treasury inflation-protected securities (TIPS) or maybe bitcoin come to mind when thinking of inflation hedges. While all tend to work to some extent, each has its own quirks, and none cleanly moves in lockstep with inflation [but have you ever thought of investing in Series I savings bonds, or I bonds?

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The 25 Best Countries for Retirement: Canada Ranks #15; U.S. #18

The French investment bank, Natixis, ranks 44 countries using factors that affect financial security and material well-being, including unemployment and income inequality keeping score with its Natixis Investment Managers Global Retirement Index. This year the U.S. came in at #18, down one spot from last year and down from #16 the year before that. Canada came in at #15 this year down 5 spots from the previous year. Here are the reasons why.

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