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How Not to Invest in Retirement

Recently I was waiting in a retail store checkout line and started chatting with the clerk. He seemed like an amiable and chatty fellow so out of curiosity I asked him how long he had been working at this store. He replied that it had been about six months. He ... Read More

Common Retirement Planning Mistakes

Richard Thaler was awarded the Nobel Prize in economics last week. Thaler is the first person who works in the new field of behavioral economics to win this coveted prize. Traditional economics assumes that people behave rationally when it comes to money matters and, of course, people don’t. So in ... Read More

Planning on Working In Retirement?

The Employee Benefits Research Institute (EBRI) conducts an annual Retirement Confidence Study. The study consistently finds that workers are far more likely to expect to work for pay in retirement than retirees are to have actually worked. In the 2017 study, 79 percent of workers indicated that they expect work ... Read More

Five Secrets to Retirement Happiness

The caring and wonderful advisors at Juetten Personal Financial Planning have guided hundreds of clients as they have moved from the work life phase of their lives to the retirement phase of their lives.  We learn a great deal from these clients and the lessons are new with each person ... Read More