Do you plan to retire on dividends? If you plan to rely on dividend income in your retirement, don’t overlook the nuances and potential drawbacks. Fisher Investments examines the details of dividend income in retirement here.
20 Dividend Stocks for All Baby Boomers to Retire On
Here are 20 companies that should offer investors who are retired or near retirement some added income to help make their golden years safe and sound.
Retirees: How To Protect The Principal Of Your Dividend Portfolio
There are multiple things retirees can do to protect the principal of their dividend portfolios. At the stock level, retirees can buy quality companies with a m
15 Great Dividend Stocks Retirees Should Own in 2019
Here is a slate of 15 companies that most retirees likely would want to own in their portfolio now, including AT&T, Boeing, Pfizer and Walmart.
How to retire at 55 and live off your dividends: plans for the 25, 35 and 45 year-old
Warren Buffett’s wealth may be enviable, but working full time at the age of 87 is something few aspire to.
How to retire at 55 and live off dividends: the ultimate plan for a 40-year-old saver
For most people in their 40s, the prospect of retiring may have started to appear over the horizon but is still decades away.
How to Make Volatility 'Your Friend,' According to a Dividend Devotee
David Bahnsen tells ThinkAdvisor how dividend growth investing can help retirees and others, but warns that it takes work.
Why Retirees Need to Adjust Their Mental Accounting
Even investors with plenty of assets for retirement still need to adjust to the reality of no longer getting a paycheck, says Michael Kitces Related Links Michael Kitces is a partner and the director of wealth management for Pinnacle Advisory Group , co-founder of the XY Planning Network , and publisher of the continuing education blog for financial planners, Nerd's Eye View . You can follow…
What Is the Dividend Yield?
This calculator helps determine your pre-tax and after-tax dividend yield on a particular stock.
How to retire with more
There are always questions about how much a person needs to retire on, but perhaps instead of focusing on a number, focusing on a solid investing strategy would be better.
Lead with Honesty: How Investing in Employees Yields Dividends
Being an effective manager is not just helping someone and telling them how good they are. Employee development starts with setting clear expectations, recognizing abilities and communicating.
What Fed hikes mean for dividend stocks
Stocks in the S&P 500 that pay out a cash dividend and also increase the payout regularly, do best.
Why you should be wary of stocks that pay dividends
While many investors are fixated on dividend-paying stocks, putting them in place of bonds can make for a riskier portfolio
How to Retire Early
Retiring early sounds like a dream come true, but it’s important to take a look at the cold, hard facts.
6 networking tips for retirees
Getting your finances in order before you retire is not just important, it's crucial. But equally important is the emotional side. It is absolutely important that people go into retirement with a plan.
How the World Retires
Retirement today bears little resemblance to what it was for prior generations. In the United States and many other parts of the world, the way people prep
Top Funds & ETFs to Earn Asian Dividends
Driven by a strong economy worldwide, global dividends in 2017 reached record levels. Payouts rose 7.7% last year. Asia-Pacific companies grew thei
10 Stocks with Double-Digit Dividend Growth
Double-digit dividend growing stocks is among our most-important themes for 2018, and stretches across industries, asserts John Eade
Three New Income Ideas from a Dividend Detective
Sweet words from Fed Chairman Jerome Powell assuring us that interest rates wouldn’t be rising much this year, along with assurances from Don
Mr. Wonderful's Top 10 Dividend Stocks
Kevin O’Leary is Chairman of O’Shares Investments, but you probably know him as “Mr. Wonderful” from Shark Tank, asserts Ben Reynolds, editor of Sure Dividend and contributor to MoneyShow.com in a special report that analyzes some of the shark’s top high quality, dividend paying ideas.
What’s All the Fuss About Dividend Investing?
Falling interest rates have turned age-old investment rules of thumb upside down. Professional investors often compare the dividends of stocks to the income that a bond might pay. Bonds typically pay more income than stocks. This is generally accepted by investors as they traded in the potential