I was quoted in an article for GoBankingRates.com this week. The article is a great starting place for Gen Xers to begin think about retirement. I’d love to hear your comments on the article, and if you have any questions, be sure to leave those in the comments section as well!
I’ve already been asked to publish a little more depth on the HSA for retirement concept, so look for that post in the next couple of days.
Move over flannel shirts, grunge music and reality that bites. Generation X, now ages 35 to 54, is growing up. Fully in the throes of middle age (don’t shoot the messenger — I’m one of you!), Generation X is marching toward retirement age, whether they’re financially prepared or not.
If you haven’t yet started — or you know you have some ramping up still to do — there is time left to start saving as much as possible before AARP comes knocking. Take this opportunity to review this eight-point checklist to either get started on your journey or to make sure you’re not missing out on any opportunities as you move forward with your retirement plan…