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Just like you take control in your love life, your career and your beauty routine, being in charge of your own finances is something every woman should do sooner than later. Cary Carbonaro helps map out your financial future
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One of the greatest hurdles when creating an effective retirement plan is determining how much an individual or couple needs to set aside to be able to draw income in an effort to maintain a comfortable lifestyle throughout retirement. Cary shares tips
27 Ugly Truths About Retirement
Retirement isn’t all sailboats and golf courses. At least, that’s not what the one in four Americans who fear outliving their income think. That’s according to a recent survey by the Indexed Annuity Leadership Council, which also found that nearly one in five Americans don’t have a clue about how much they’ve saved for retirement.
Still, for those worried about retirement, forewarned is forearmed, as the saying goes. We’ve compiled 27 ugly truths about retirement, so you’ll know how to best prepare for each — and increase the chances you’ll truly enjoy your most golden of years.
Cary Carbonaro’s tip
Cary Carbonaro and The Money Queen’s Guide are quoted discussing “Five Steps To Get Your Career Ready For Elder Care”
Saving for retirement doesn’t have to be overwhelming if you break it down into little steps. “Money is an intimidating topic to many of us,” says Cary Carbonaro, Certified Financial Planner, author of “The Money Queen’s Guide: For Women Who Want to Build Wealth and Banish Fear” and managing director of United Capital of New York & New Jersey. “And women often put others’ needs, like our kids’ hobbies or college, before ourselves. But we’ve got to have a vision about what we want for our future to help us get into the habit of saving.” Cary explains how to do it with relatively little pain and fuss