Nonprofit Executives Options For Saving For Retirement

Crisis of Retirement Savings

Nonprofit executives pour their hearts into important causes such as providing food and shelter to the needy, counseling troubled veterans and staging live theater and music. But nonprofit organizations and executives often fall short taking care of themselves in saving for retirement.1 This is especially the case when working for smaller nonprofit organizations that may offer no retirement plan to its employees. These corporate executive then becomes responsible for saving for retirement on their own.

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How to Retire Early from Corporate Careers

For some, there is a dream of being able to retire early from their corporate career. You have worked hard, and have risen the ranks, taken on increased responsibility, earned more, and want to be able to have an off-ramp at the appropriate time. Perhaps you want to pursue another passion, a new career, spend more time with family, or simply travel abroad. To retire early, there are several important strategies to consider for those, especially in corporate careers.

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A San Antonio Guide to Effective Budgeting

How to Build a Realistic Budget and Stick with it

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How do I save for a goal?

The goal for your saving plan is up to you. Some people enjoy travel or the latest electronics. Others may save for school or a home purchase. While there are a thousand ways to spend your money, there’s only one way to save it  — stick to the plan.

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