Good plan can lead to great retirement
By Chris Kissell • Bankrate.com
Life can feel like an exercise in financial chaos. Simply paying your day-to-day bills can be tough. Saving for other priorities — the kids’ college education or that family vacation to California — can put a squeeze on your ability to save for retirement.
In fact, a lack of retirement savings is one of the most important issues facing Americans today, says Kemberley Washington, a personal finance writer and assistant dean of student programs at Dillard University in New Orleans.
Having a retirement plan of any kind is better than having no plan at all, Washington says. And it is best to start drafting that plan today. Click here to read more.