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Enjoy Retirement e-Zine, Volume 1 - Issue 11 -- Calculator Planning Retirement - News Quiz
November 02, 2010
Enjoy Retirement e-Zine
Volume 1 - Issue 11: 11-02-10Table of Contents:
Welcome to the latest issue of Enjoy Retirement e-Zine. Our mission is to provide a fun, enjoyable experience to help you achieve your ideal retirement. This e-Zine is set to be a complement to our website Enjoy-Retirement-Jobs.com.
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Periodically, we will present a number new, thought provoking items for you to consider. We want to address, not only the income producing jobs one may want to obtain during retirement, but also the fun, satisfying non-paying jobs. Other aspects of retirement such as health, security, money, education and satisfaction of retirement life will be addressed.
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2. Readers' Questions & Answers or Suggestions
We encourage all of our readers to ask questions about any of the topics presented or provide suggestions on areas they would like to have covered. Please use our Contact Us page.
3. Which Calculator Planning Retirement?
Everyone wants to find the best calculator planning online retirement. That could be a difficult choice because there are so many elements involved in the circumstances for each person.
You should also recognize that many calculators are placed on the internet just to try to draw traffic for the possibility of making a sale of their product. So be aware and search for those sites that are trying to give its visitors valuable information, as they are the ones that usually provide the best tools.
You have heard the saying before – “You get what you pay for.” That holds true regarding any retirement calculator. Your payment is your time. If you spend more time putting data and details into a form for the calculation, you are more likely to get more accurate results from the provider.
Individuals want the answers to many questions and several calculators are available to assist. Here are some examples:
a. What impact does social security have on my retirement?
b. How much would I save under a 401 (k) plan?
c. What is the impact if I saved under a 401(k) plan or spent that amount?
d. How do retirement contributions affect my paycheck?
e. Is 401(k) or traditional IRA better?
f. What if I have a Roth IRA?
All good questions. My suggestion is to look at FIRECalc Calculator and the Optimal Retirement Planner. These will give you two different perspectives.
4. Enjoy Retirement Jobs News Quiz
"When a man retires, his wife gets twice the husband but only half the income."
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