If you have room to move around in and money still in your pocket. Plan and do it now! Yes, This is where that home you have, needs to be your Island, to furnish all your utilities and food. Not your style or taste? Ah come on!!!!!!! Having an Island home system covers the biggest part of your needs that would other wise drain on any savings or small income. What would you have then to pay out for? Your land tax? Hybrid car?
Do you think That Homelessness is a better choice at the end? Nah ! Believe me it is not!
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April 23, 2013, 10:09 am ET · by Martin SmithRetirement is big business in America, but is the system costing workers and retirees more than what they’re getting in return, asks FRONTLINE correspondent Martin Smith.
April 29, 2013, 3:04 pm ET · by Jason M. Breslow , Sam Bailey, Bill Rockwood and Evan WexlerMost Americans are unaware of the fees they are paying for their 401(k)’s, but over a lifetime, such charges can cost an ordinary American more than $109,000. Here’s how.
April 23, 2013, 9:55 pm ET · by Nathan TobeyJoin a live chat about “The Retirement Gamble” on 4/24 at 2 p.m. ET with producer Marcela Gaviria, correspondent, Martin Smith, 401(k) expert, Robert Hiltonsmith and Money magazine editor-at-large, Penelope Wang.
April 23, 2013, 9:34 pm ETA toxic mix of too much choice, backwards incentives, and a misplaced faith in the market’s past performance has positioned America’s retirement system for an uncertain future, says the founder of The Vanguard Group.
April 23, 2013, 9:33 pm ETMost financial planners would say you need about $1 million to ensure a decent retirement, but “absolutely almost no one is there right now,” says journalist Helaine Olen.
April 23, 2013, 9:33 pm ETWhile the nation’s retirement system may have its flaws, it is far from in crisis, according to the head of retirement at JPMorgan Asset Management.
The 401(k) was never designed with the middle class in mind, and may now be leaving a generation of Baby Boomers without enough to avoid poverty, says the New School economist.
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