If you are one of the 80,000 Baby Boomers who is approaching or currently in retirement and looking for a way to generate income to supplement your savings, Social Security, and pension – you are NOT alone!
This is what I call this the 3-legged stool.
If one leg is broken, your retirement could be in jeopardy.
Many of the women I work with are looking for a way to produce extra income by starting a business that will allow them to leverage their unique abilities and talents as well as give them the freedom to travel, take care of themselves, and give back. I believe for most Boomers, the new retirement solution will be a combination of working, learning, and sharing with a lot of fun included. (more…)
“The Secret to Successful Retirement is to Retire TO Something
Not FROM Something.” – Katana Abbott
With over 10,000 Baby Boomers retiring every day, the dream of having enough money saved up to support you through the second half of your life can be daunting.
According to a study by the National Institute on Retirement Security, “The average working household has virtually no retirement savings. When all households are included— not just households with retirement accounts—the median retirement account balance is $3,000 and $12,000.” (more…)
This Works For Anyone, Anytime… You Should Try It Now
I made my first international move, from Baltimore, Maryland, to Waterford, Ireland, with the support of my longtime employer who’d given me the marching orders to establish an EU base for that firm.
I did not choose Waterford but the idea of an adventure in the Old World, something I’d daydreamed about since I was a young girl. Waterford and Ireland were happy accidents.
I made my second international move, from Waterford to Paris, again with the support ofthe firm I’d by that time become a partner in. However, this time I chose the destination. My family and I wanted to be in Paris, and my business partner accommodated the agenda. (more…)
Almost 20 years ago when my mother married my step-father, they came to me for estate and financial planning. My parents created their own trusts and set-up some assets in joint accounts. To simplify things, they consolidated all financial assets into a brokerage account with American Express Financial Advisors, and I was their financial planner.
Everything was perfect, right? Well almost. (more…)
My nail technician, Kahi, is an entrepreneur and an extremely smart money guy. One day, Kahi and I discussed how hard it is for many people to save money, so they end up living paycheck-to-paycheck and having to put expenses on credit cards.
Kahi and his wife love to travel, but they also don’t want to be in debt because of it. I asked Kahi how he can have the best of both worlds – travel with no debt. (more…)
Kathleen Peddicord’s Top 19 Travel Tips
Whether you’re moving to a new country or taking off on a two-week holiday, here are 19 things you should know before you go: (more…)