Five Retirement Myths

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Here's a look at five common myths that could derail your expectations for income when you retire.

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Retirement

It is important to plan for the future today, including knowing how and where you should invest your money to have a comfortable future.

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You've spent your life earning your retirement nest egg, but how do you protect it once you're retired? Follow these simple tips.

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The loss of a loved one is difficult - the time after such a loss, even more so. If you are like most, the cost of a few poor decisions can dramatically limit ones available choices in calmer perio...  more

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The small business world is fraught with uncertainty and rumors. Two of the biggest misconceptions are that the federal government provides grants to new entrepreneurs, and that you can work whenev...  more

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Travel

There are generally no restrictions on where you may retire. Travel restrictions are generally the same as for all civilians, and thus subject to State Department regulations.

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Allotments On Your LES

The third, and simplest, major block on a military Leave and Earnings Statement (LES) shows the allotments that you have set up to have money paid directly to various companies or organizations. ┬áThese are sometimes known as payroll deductions. ┬áThis block is on the far left of the LES, after the Entitlements and Deductions blocks. […]

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