Author: RetireWire

The Salary You Need to Afford a 2-Bedroom Rental in Each State

Everything is getting more and more expensive as the days pass. Food, clothing, transportation and other necessities are all more expensive than they were yesterday. And that includes rent. Even as the economy improves, with stagnant wages, affordable apartments seem to be a thing of the past. With 30% of the adult workforce earning

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Never Retire, Pre-tire

Never retire – it’s all about pre-tiring The old view of retirement where we have a clean break from full time work on a Friday to a life of leisure on a Monday is becoming rare. Not only is this clean break not good for our physical and mental health, it’s not great

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Proposed Budget Cuts and the Impact on Meals on Wheels

By: Sally Stein President Donald Trump’s proposed budget for 2018, which was revealed in March, sees the end of the Community Development Block Grant program which is currently operating under the Department of Housing and Urban Development and cover Meals on Wheels. Meals on Wheels currently provides daily meals for as many as

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Women and Their Retirement Needs

Long term care planning is absolutely necessary for Americans today. Because of recent developments and challenges thrown their way, so many individuals are at a high risk of facing long term care costs without the proper resources. From the lack of retirement savings to the escalating amounts of debt, so many Americans are transitioning

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How Technology Can Make Your Retirement Easier

Technology is one of the wonders of today's world and everyone is using it: according to the Pew Research Center, 4 in 10 adults over 65 have a smartphone, more than double than in 2013. It's clear that more and more older people are taking advantage of the benefits of technology, and you can

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