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Kerry Hannon
National Keynote Speaker, Author Getting the Job You Want After 50, Love Your Job, Expert/Strategist Retirement/Career/Personal Finance, columnist, alum
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Why flexible workplaces are a win/win for women entrepreneurs. Via .
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Find or make work that suits your lifestyle. glad to have at our event in next Tuesday.
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Kerry Hannon Oct 19
My latest column on how employing flex workers is a win-win for women entrepreneurs. Did someone say, autonomy. Read…
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Why Flexible Workplaces Are Good for Women via
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So confusing to shop. Trump’s Attack on Insurers Could Help Consumers via
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Want to Get Tougher? Here Are 10 Things Mentally Strong Riders Don’t Do
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Kimberly Blanton Oct 18
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Divorce is on the rise for - this has a big retirement impact: &
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Kerry Hannon Oct 18
Great column. Employers Need to Train Their Older Workers, Too via
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Thanks for a great chat!
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Kerry Hannon Oct 18
A11: Pay down debt before you retire. Debt is a dream killer.
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Beth Pinsker Oct 18
A8 -- Start at 12! Or at whatever point you first have earned income. Put those $$ in a Roth!
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Kerry Hannon Oct 18
A7: Many people face depression when retire. Lose id. Think at 50 what might want to do at 55.
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Kerry Hannon Oct 18
A7: For some folks, "consulteering" is the key. A little work, volunteering, family.
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Andrea Coombes Oct 18
A5. Rough rule of thumb: Before you retire, you should have saved 25x your annual *spending* (not income).
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Jeanne Thompson Oct 18
A6: health care is est. to cost avg. $275k—one of the largest expenses in .
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Kerry Hannon Oct 18
I frequently see palpable fear in eyes of 50+ of outliving their money
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Kerry Hannon Oct 18
A ballpark figure gives you a goal and motivates you
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