Redesigning Retirement

Learn strategies for organizations to leverage the experience of older workers and address skill gaps in the workforce. The below article  offering invaluable insights into navigating pressing issues such as talent shortages and shifting demographics. Written by Ken Dychtwald, Robert Morison, and Katy Terveer, this article is a must-read for anyone interested in the future… Continue reading


Mastering Financial Independence: A Guide to the FIRE Movement and Early Retirement Strategies


The term FIRE (also seen as FI/RE) stands for Financial Independence / Retire Early. It is a term that was coined in the 1992 book, Your Money or Your Life. Recently, the FIRE movement has experienced a comeback as the internet has enabled financial resources to be more readily available. Here at Rebalance, we prioritize… Continue reading


Financial Gift Ideas for Any Age

Are you wondering what to wrap up and gift to your loved ones this holiday season? The article below showcases financial gifts, and provides excellent options for a variety of ages, from children to seniors and all others in between. Financial Gift Ideas for Any Age Helping a loved one pay off debt or paying for… Continue reading


Being 20-something is a gift for retirement planning. Here’s why.

Tips for convincing your 20-something child or grandchild to start saving for retirement now. Read Washington Post Columnist Michelle Singletary’s 5 reasons to start saving in one’s 20s. Being 20-something is a gift for retirement planning. Here’s why Five reasons you should start saving for retirement in your 20s. Social Security changes are coming. By… Continue reading