How to Plan for a Successful Retirement
Retirement: Achieving A Fulfilling Journey and Managing Multiple Goals
Citibank brings you insights from a recent webinar for clients, on how to achieve a fulfilling retirement and manage multiple goals.
Retirement: How to Plan for a Rewarding Future
Studies suggest that those who are happiest in retirement are those who stay engaged, productive and give back to society. Find out how you can plan for a rewarding retirement.
The Economist: Your Money and Your Life – Financing Longevity
As lives get longer, financial models will have to change
How Much Money Will You Need for Retirement? More than You Think
What you don't know can't hurt you, according to the old saying. When it comes to retirement planning, though, the old saying doesn't apply.
The Future of Retirement
BlackRock: What Women Really Think about Retirement
Women want more teach, less tell when it comes to retirement planning.
Bartleby: People are Working Longer for Reasons of Choice and Necessity
The long and winding career. Across the developed world, the workforce now comes in fifty shades of grey.
Tablets for Every Problem. New Technology for Old Age
The latest technology is even more beneficial for the old than for the young
Citi Wharton Institute: A Second Chance to Create the Life You Want?
You're excited about retirement, right? You've worked hard for, what, four or five decades now?
Dawn of the pre-tiree: What to Call the Time of Life between Work and Old Age?
What do you call someone who is over 65 but not yet elderly? This stage of life, between work and decrepitude, lacks a name. "Geriactives" errs too much on the side of senescence.
Managing Your Retirement
How to Manage Your Wealth During Retirement
Without a regular paycheck, retirees need to have a process in place for managing their wealth and spending during retirement.
5 Secrets to a Successful Retirement
Why Managing Volatility is Even More Critical for Retirees
When saving and investing over long periods of time, the sequence of returns makes no difference—ending wealth reflects the long-term average of lifetime returns.