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Wait for Retirement a Few More Years

Wait for Retirement a Few More Years

In 1995, workers said they expected to retire at age 60 on average. In 2012, the average worker expects to retire at 66. Benefits of postponing retirement: First, you can nearly double your annual Social Security payouts if you delay retirement from age 62 to 70. In addition, your extra 8 years of income playRead article

Make Side Jobs Pay

Make Side Jobs Pay

If you want to make your job really pay, you may want to take work on the side, suggests Money magazine (July 2012, p. 60). “Moonlighting can really pay off. Seasoned business analysts commanded $50 to $90 an hour for temp work in the first quarter of 2012, depending on the region, according to IQNavigator.Read article

Advice for College Seniors

Advice for College Seniors

Money magazine (May 2012, p. 12) offers the following advice for college seniors: “Don’t expect a job to come to you. Get out there and network with people.” –Matthew Doyle “Buy a used fuel-efficient car and brown-bag your lunch” –Christine Deloach “Always, always, always, spend less than you bring in.” –Barry Miller “Use only oneRead article