Tips for Investing for Your Retirement

The following is a guest post. If you’d like to guest post on the Dividend Ninja, be sure to check out our Guest Posting Guidelines. Gone are the days when you could work for the same company for your entire career, then retire and receive a nice pension in your golden years. Now, you must exercise the discipline to save money for your own retirement. One of the most important things you can do for your financial future is to start investing. The younger you are when you set clear financial ...

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3 Easy Steps To Saving Enough Money For Retirement

The following is a guest post by Todd R. Tresidder, founder of Financial Mentor. If you’d like to guest post on the Dividend Ninja, be sure to check out our Guest Posting Guidelines. Retirement planning doesn’t have to be difficult. It’s not rocket science. In fact, just getting the basics right is often good enough. Unfortunately, most people don’t get the basics right. According to the Employee Benefit Research Institute Retirement Confidence Survey less than 42% of employees have ...

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How Much Money Do You Need to Save for Retirement?

The following is a guest post. If you’d like to guest post on the Dividend Ninja, be sure to check out our Guest Posting Guidelines. Today, I have a guest post from Clare, money-saving writer on Canadian shopping site, Bargainmoose.ca. On Bargainmoose, they share the latest shopping deals, freebies and coupon codes, helping Canadians save cash while they spend. Clare is going to be writing about retirement; specifically about how much money you really need to save for that time of your life. How ...

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The Gold Plated Pension

Back in March 2012, I wrote a post titled Building My Portfolio for Retirement, with Dividends and Bonds. In that post I discussed that I was one of the fortunate ones to have a defined benefit pension plan through my employer. My pension is an additional source of monthly income, along with my investments, to help me in retirement. I think it is critically important to understand the foundation of your retirement, the pensions you are entitled to receive, and how much monthly income you can expect ...

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