How to earn $75,000 annually just in interest

How to earn $75,000 annually just in interest:
An “interest-only” retirement plan can fund your golden years without draining your savings, but you will need to save a lot of money to make it possible. NerdWallet crunched the numbers, and we can tell you how much you need to save every month, broken down by age, to get $75,000 every year in an “interest-only” retirement. Check out this video to learn how to make it a reality.

A Goals-Based Approach to Financial Planning

A Goals-Based Approach to Financial Planning:
Adviser Massi De Santis offers a step-by-step guide to identifying retirement goals and building a plan to meet them. By Massi De Santis One of my children reminded me of an efficient way to solve a maze: work back from the end to the start. In economics, we use a similar approach to solve planning and strategy problems, called backward induction. Backward induction is a process that starts from the end of a problem and works back in time to determine the sequence of optimal actions, a plan. The