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Turning 65 made me think about financial security, or perhaps to think about it differently than I did at 45. My perspective on what exactly financial security is has evolved over the years.
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If I have learned anything during this global pandemic, it is that self-care is everything when it comes to keeping your sanity, and that self-care goes far beyond natural hair and skin care routines. Holistic care is mental, physical and financial, which means being intentional when it comes to your financial routines and habits.
I am a parent of two college students and a sophomore in high school, which makes me uniquely positioned to write about planning for retirement while juggling over a decade of college expenses.
The differences between Roth and Traditional 401(k) extends beyond 401(k)s. To truly understand the benefits and differences, one should also consider Roth and Traditional IRAs.
Several years ago, I read a self-help book that promised to help me manage money better. I do not remember much about the book, not even the title. I do remember one exercise that was very useful.