The pursuit of financial freedom requires an entirely different mindset than you've had up until now. That's according to a family man who retired at 30.
About 46% of American retirees have no more than $10,000 in savings at the end of life.
The standard '9-to-5 till you're barely alive' isn't the only option. Consider these possibilities.
An increasing number of people are approaching retirement with very little saved. Is it time to rethink the 401k?
Almost half of Americans would need to work beyond age 65 to be financially prepared for retirement. But they won't have to work 'forever.'
People of this generation enjoy few of the advantages that enabled their grandparents to build worry-free golden years.
Taxpayers are picking up the tab for millions of dollars in expenses racked up by the 4 living ex-presidents -- all of whom are multimillionaires.
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