Help Me Retire: I’m 36 with $435,000 and want to retire early — ‘the earlier the better’ — but without a frugal lifestyle
I’m a 36-year-old with a job paying around $115,000 a year. I’ve done pretty well with my 401(k) and have $435,000 in it. I manage and rebalance it myself and even managed to g
The Moneyist: ‘I’m not the only person in the U.S. with this problem’: I’m 61, unemployed, and live in a rental. My $50,000 in savings will run out this year. What’s my next move?
The Moneyist Last Updated: March 14, 2023 at 10:49 p.m. ET First Published: March 10, 2023 at 4:59 a.m. ET ‘I quit my job in 2014 in order to take care of my elderly parents so t
Help Me Retire: I’m 66, we have more than $2 million, I just want to golf – can I retire?
I’m 66 years and 4 months old. My Social Security payments start next month at $3,300 a month. I’m currently working part-time, three days per week, as a professional engineer
What I’m Doing Differently In My Second ‘Hogwarts Legacy’ Playthrough
Hogwarts Legacy WB I just finished up my initial playthrough of Hogwarts Legacy in just over 35 hours, which included the entire main questline, nearly every side quest and a whole
Fix My Portfolio: I’m still working at 75: Do I need to take RMDs from my 401(k)?
Dear Fix My Portfolio, I retired from the U.S. Postal Service in 2004 and have a yearly pension from the Office of Personnel Management (OPM). I also work part time at a big hardwa
The Big Move: I’m a retired mom, and want to buy an apartment in New Jersey with my daughter. Should we sell her home and buy now — or sell and wait for houses prices to fall?
Dear MarketWatch, I’m from New Jersey. My daughter and I are looking to invest in a multi-family unit for our family. I’m retired and live in a luxury apartment paying $2,000 a
The Big Move: I’m over 65, disabled and am getting a $200,000 divorce settlement. Can I afford a house in Florida, or should I look at other states?
I am about to receive $200,000 in a divorce settlement. I’m looking to buy a home, but I am frustrated with my options. I’ve been disabled since 2012, and I am over 65. If I wo
The Moneyist: ‘I’m left with a $100 Bûche De Noël for 10 people — and no place to go’: My friends canceled Christmas dinner at the last minute. Would you retaliate?
Dear Quentin, I made Christmas holiday plans for a potluck dinner with friends in early November. They sent a text, canceling a week before Christmas, supposedly because the guest