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Big Retirement Blunders

Don’t make these Retirement Blunders that could leave you living off Ramen noodles in your senior years. Today’s 65-year-olds can expect to spend about 20 years in retirement should they quit their jobs right now. However, the Social Security Administration reports that one quarter of those who are age 65 today will reach age 90, […]

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Mortgages for Seniors

Paying off the house used to be a cause for celebration, but many retirees no longer see it that way. Mortgage for Seniors are available, but exacting. An increasing number of older Americans prefer to have a mortgage. They may have the means to buy with cash but choose instead to take advantage of prevailing low […]

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The First (and Last) Step to Financial Satisfaction? Defining ‘Enough’

The First (and Last) Step to Financial Satisfaction? Defining ‘Enough’ By CARL RICHARDS MAY 1, 2017  I have a secret for you. This secret will allow you to double your income in 18 months for only five more hours of work per week. Do you want to know the secret? If you answered “yes,” I […]

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Sol Mar REI Third Spot on Real Estate Blog

Sol Mar REI Makes Third Spot on the very popular PersonalIncome.org Blog. #@SolMarREI makes number 3 spot on this blog: https://www.personalincome.org/top-25-real-estate-blogs/ … check it out!  The website PersonalIncome.org has a wealth of information on various types of Investments, Budgeting, etc… Sol Mar REI Third Spot on Real Estate Blog is a very important distinction as many […]

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Gold IRA Strategy, Tips, & Rules (The Ultimate Guide)

We often get asked about buying gold with an Individual Retirement Account (IRA) and as we are not sellers of precious metals, we don’t really comment much on that investment. We do however believe that it is a good idea to have some gold in your portfolio, for various reasons. Therefore, we direct those looking […]

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Love A Senior Day!

Love A Senior Day! Sol Mar REI, Seniors On The Move Today and Care Match America are proud to announce the first annual “Love A Senior Day!” We encourage anyone that will be in the greater Los Angeles area on Saturday, June 17, 2017 from 10:00am to 3:00pm attend. The event is to honor the […]

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Baby Boomer Retirement Savings | Pulling Investments Too Soon

An interesting read via Time.com by Dan Kadlec getting into the nitty gritty of retirement savings and specifically the habits of baby boomer retirees. — Retirees Are Too Pessimistic on Their Investments—And It’s Costing Them  Dan Kadlec | May 15, 2017 Growing old and cranky is a cliché that rings less true every time Jane Fonda walks […]

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Lowfat Listicle: 10 Best Retirement Investments

TheBalance.com has a listicle up on the 10 best retirement investments. Here’s the skinny: 1 and 2 – Play the Market 3 – Not technically an investment 4 – Bonds! 5 – Contact Us (for REI) 6 and 7 – Slightly complex planning 8 – Difficulty: Advanced 9 – More stock market stuff 10 – REI […]

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And the Average Cost of Retirement Is…

Good article from Fool.com!  The key is implementing your plan early so there is plenty of time to build your savings and choose your investments wisely. We like real estate within the retirement plans because it is secure and predictable. — The Average Cost of Retirement Is $738,400: Will You Have Enough? Your retirement is likely the biggest […]

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Don’t Mess Around With Government Pensions

Bloomberg View’s Megan McArdle provides an interesting look at government pensions and ensuring their longevity and proving the importance of a diverse retirement plan.  Visit our Investment Properties page to get on our buyers list and secure comfort and ease for your golden years. No one likes making pension fund payments. You have to take money […]

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