Mind the gap: why women are said to retire with $200k less than men

This article is written by Suzanne Johnston and is originally published by Apt Wealth, a Career Money Life Certified Supplier. You can view the original article here. Gender inequality and gender issues are deservedly hot topics in the media right now, particularly in relation to equal pay. But one issue that gets very little attention, yet … Continue reading Mind the gap: why women are said to retire with $200k less than men

Over 45 And Want To Start A Successful First Business?

This article is written by Hunter Leonard, founder and CEO of Silver&Wise, a Career Money Life Certified Supplier. The original article is published by Smallville. Many of the factors that contribute to running a successful business are the same no matter what age you start. However, the mid-life entrepreneur will also bring unique skills and face … Continue reading Over 45 And Want To Start A Successful First Business?

NEVER GIVE UP – Self-Sabotaging Your Goals. How not to!

This article is written by Sarah Godfrey, Psychologist and Director of Moving Mindsets, part of Career Money Life's Supplier Community. You can read the original article on Moving Mindset's website. Goals are what keep us going and help us take that next step into the future. We see, we judge, we measure and finally devote our … Continue reading NEVER GIVE UP – Self-Sabotaging Your Goals. How not to!

The Mature Age Business Owner’s Toolkit Is Full Of ‘Tools’ For Success

This article is written by Hunter Leonard, founder and CEO of Silver&Wise, a Career Money Life Certified Supplier. The original article is published by Smallville. When you start a business in your 40’s and beyond, you are blessed with a number of qualities that will stand you in good stead as a business owner. Here’s … Continue reading The Mature Age Business Owner’s Toolkit Is Full Of ‘Tools’ For Success

Why people are working longer

This article is originally published in The Economist. THE golden years of retirement, when decades of toil are traded for some downtime, are starting later. In the mid-1980s, 25% of American men aged 65-69 worked; today, nearly 40% do. The situation is the same for younger men. In 1994, 53% of 60- to 64-year-olds worked; … Continue reading Why people are working longer