There are variables in retirement, but what are the constants that affect everyone? The Mayflower compact, and the IRS proposed changes to the rules about Required Minimum Distributions.
You often hear the word "fiduciary" used when hearing about some financial advisors. What would you expect from a financial advisor using this description? Also, does happiness really come from buying something? How do we feel happy in the process of spending money?
Retirement is often thought about as an end-in reality, on average retirement is 8000 days, so what will this mean to you if think of it as 8000 days?
The rules of the game. How are your financial decisions like playing tennis--and other rules you don't know are affecting you.