Retirement

Retirement

Make Presidents Day Worth It

By Charles Sizemore.  |  February 18, 2019

I’m not one to complain about a holiday. A day off is a day off, and it’s healthy. Though I have to say, Presidents Day isn’t one of my favorites. Read More

How to Save for Retirement AND Spend on Your Kids

By Charles Sizemore.  |  January 28, 2019

I saw a headline recently that caught my attention: “Raising Children Increases Risk of a Retirement Shortfall” Gee, ya think? Why not tell me that the sky is blue while you’re at it, or that Read More

Frustrated with Your 401k? Try This Instead…

By Charles Sizemore.  |  January 14, 2019

Before I get started, it’s time for my customary beginning-of-the-year nag. By the time you read this, you will have likely received your first paycheck of 2019. Read More

The Age-Old Question: Take Social Security Now or Later?

By Charles Sizemore.  |  December 17, 2018

You know me… I take pride in being a cheapskate. I look down on Ebenezer Scrooge for going soft at the end of A Christmas Carol and relaxing that tight fist of his. Read More

10 Moves to Make With Your 401k by New Year’s Day

By Charles Sizemore.  |  December 13, 2018

I love this time of year. Read More

The Clear Path to 40%-Plus Effective Return

By Charles Sizemore.  |  October 9, 2018

Today I want to share with you what I reminded my Peak Income readers of last week about their 401k. Read More

Retirement Ain’t Cheap

By Charles Sizemore.  |  October 3, 2018

Your monthly expenses fall once you retire. Or at least they’re supposed to. Read More

When Your Broker Just Isn’t Cutting It…

By Charles Sizemore.  |  September 12, 2018

Investing can be hard, so I really get a lot of pleasure out of watching my readers do well. I can’t take credit for it, of course. Read More

The 3 Ways I Plan to Get Rich in the Next 10 Years

By Charles Sizemore.  |  September 11, 2018

There’s no dignity in a groin pull. Read More

How Much Is In Your Neighbor’s IRA?

By Charles Sizemore.  |  August 27, 2018

The Individual Retirement Account, or IRA, is the backbone of most middle-class Americans’ retirement plans. Read More