If You Plan to Live Longer, Better Save More
Most people are now likely to spend as much as a third of their lives in retirement. Are you financially prepared?
4 Lies You Tell Yourself About Saving for Retirement
Psychology can play a major role in whether or not you succeed in meeting your retirement savings goals. Which of these lies do you tell yourself?
The 5 Best Reasons to Retire Early
In his debut piece for Dentist's Money Digest, blogger and anesthesiologist Physician on Fire shares the main reasons he's planning to retire early.
HBO's John Oliver Offers a Painful Lesson on 401(k) Fees
All of us pay fees to our financial advisors and 401(k) plan administrators. But how much do those fees total over time? Comedian John Oliver decided to find out.
Nearing Your Retirement Date? Take Stock Now
If youâ€™re getting to that point in your career where you begin to see retirement on the horizon, you need to take a moment and gauge whether youâ€™ve got the right pieces in place to succeed in your post-career life.
3 Surprise Expenses That Can Derail Your Retirement
As you plan for retirement, you'll need to set a series of expectations about what kind of money you'll have and what kind of lifestyle you'll need to fund. However, it's also important to expect the unexpected.
47 of 50 States Have a Major Retirement Problem, Study Finds
A new study from Bankrate looked at how much seniors are living on versus how much working-age adults earn. The data suggest most Americans will face financial hurdles in retirement.
Start Early When Planning Your Dental Practice Exit Strategy
The sooner you start thinking about an your retirement and exit from practice, the more options you'll have, according to an expert in the field.
Preparing for Retirement Beyond Finances
How prepared you are financially may be a big determinant of how satisfied you are with your post-career life, but it will not by a long shot be the only factor. And just like with financial planning, there are things you can do now to prepare yourself for life after retirement.
4 Retirement Myths You Should Extract From Your Mind
Some myths just won't go away, and some are entertaining enough, in their own way. But the myths surrounding retirement can be anything but fun. Let's take a look at four common retirement myths and set the record straight.
The 10 Best Cities for Retirees
Retirement can provide an opportunity to move back home, to move out of the city, or move to a new, warmer, climate. Here's a look at the 10 very best places to retire, according to a recent study.
Smart Investors Keep a Close Eye on 401(K) Fees
By making smart investment choices you can cut your 401(k) costs.
Can the Tooth Fairy provide retirement income?
According to a new analysis from Delta Dental Plans Association, if today's 6-year-olds invest the money they receive from the tooth fairy, they could have a combined total of roughly $70 billion by the time they reach 67, the traditional retirement age.
3 non-financial ways to prepare for retirement
Retirement. How is your spouse/partner going to put up with you when “that” time comes? Here’s a more important question: What will you do with your time without patients, an overflowing
Retire by 50? How dentists have been able to do it.
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