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Corliss Law Group Retirement Planning

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“Retirement still means not working for a wage and having more time for yourself.”

 

Now that is a truly revolutionary, if not, eye-opening statement one does not often encounter daily.

 

How many of our youth today ever think of what retirement is, what it is all about and what it entails for any person to enjoy its material and immaterial benefits? Perhaps, only one in several thousand or even in a million. It is something we do not look forward to, especially when we are young, strong and healthy. But it is a reality we cannot escape.

 

The concept of “not working for a wage” seems a farfetched or improbable condition that many uninformed individuals would find hard to comprehend. For those not grounded on the value of saving, in particular, the idea of a pension fund will certainly be foreign. But it is simply that: Saving for your future year of retirement with the aid of a government retirement insurance fund -- or a pension, as it is commonly known.

 

But the second aspect in retirement is the less appreciated reality although it is the most desired by all people: “having more time for yourself”. Although in these times of interconnectedness, being self-sufficient or, in the extreme case, having a sort of monastic life is passé, we all still need to find time we can spend the way we all want to spend it. Financial freedom provides that for us, whether we are young or old. Retirement, however, is a unique opportunity to spend years on end, in fact the rest of your life, to pursue something passionately. In that sense, those who spend most of their lives during their prime and even in their retirement years doing what they enjoy most are the happiest people of all.

 

Still, with the help of Corliss, achieving that life-long dream in your retirement years is not a bad bargain. It is what we might call our “last hurrah”.

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The Corliss Law Group Implement an Efficient Retirement Plan

The Corliss Law Group Implement an Efficient Retirement Plan | Corliss Law Group | Scoop.it
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Thanks to Corliss Law Group, we get a good rundown of the many possible ways to implement an efficient retirement plan. Whether it is employer-funded, self-funded or a hybrid one, it is all a commendable pursuit every person must look into for his or her own sake.

 

As is often the case, the most basic or simplest things are also the most overlooked or neglected of all. In terms of saving and investing, as the website states, “The critical first steps are choosing not to spend all your income and not running up credit card balances. In addition, you are best off ear-marking a certain portion of what you save or invest specifically for retirement.” But many people do exactly the opposite of these two crucial steps in accumulating wealth and assuring one’s future financial security.

 

Aside from the wisdom of knowing what to do (something we can gain from the professional financial managers) is the diligence or discipline we need to do what we need to do. Perhaps, Corliss has a way of helping their clients develop that discipline. Although it is not apparent in their website, we are sure they know what it takes to attain that way of life which will make one’s future a secure one.

 

The simple task of laying aside 10% of one’s regular income is a habit that is not only hard to accomplish for many ordinary people, it is contrary to the consumerist attitude engendered by a society that seeks instant satisfaction in many areas – in beauty, fashion, entertainment and even in acquiring such possessions as cellphones, computers, cars and homes. The recent economic meltdown was brought about by the propensity of so many people to acquire possessions on precisely through credit.

 

The opposite of credit and unwise spending is letting what you have, even if it is but a small amount, work for your benefit not at the present but in the future. Sacrificing by what you can do without now for a future need is what saving and retirement planning is all about. The nuances of exactly what you need to do with what you save or invest now, you can turn over to Corliss to lay out for you. Great to have a company like that to map out the road toward a comfortable and secure retirement life.

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The Corliss Law Group, Varfor planera din egendom?

The Corliss Law Group, Varfor planera din egendom? | Corliss Law Group | Scoop.it
Den kunskap som vi kommer att så småningom dö är en av de saker som verkar för att skilja människor från andra levande varelser. På samma gång gillar ingen att älta inför sin egen död. Men om du skjuter upp planerar för din död tills det är försent, du riskerar att dina avsedda mottagarna - dem du älskar mest – får inte ta emot vad du vill de ta emot vare extra administrationskostnader, onödiga skatter eller käbbel bland dina arvingar. Det är därför egendom planering är så viktigt, oavsett hur liten din egendom kan vara. Det gör att du, medan du fortfarande lever, att se till att din fastighet kommer att gå till människorna du vill, på sättet du vill och när du vill. Det tillåter dig att spara så mycket som möjligt på skatter, rättegångskostnader och advokatkostnader; och det ger den komfort som dina nära och kära kan sörja din förlust utan att samtidigt belastas med onödig byråkrati och ekonomisk förvirring. Alla estate planer bör omfatta, åtminstone två viktiga estate planering instrument: hållbara fullmakt och en vilja. Först är för att hantera din fastighet under ditt liv, om du någonsin inte kan göra det själv. Andra är för förvaltningen och fördelningen av din egendom efter döden. Dessutom mer och mer, använder amerikanerna också återkallelig (eller "levande") förtroenden att undvika bouppteckning och att hantera deras egendomar under sitt liv och när de är borta.
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