Spending Phase

Spending Phase

The time of one's life during retirement. The spending phase is the period during which one accepts payments from an annuity, pension, or a similar fund. Income almost always declines during the spending phase (unless one has a particularly fantastic pension), but expenses are usually less as well. For this reason, some companies market luxury products, such as cruises or vacations, to persons in the spending phase; they have few other items on which to spend their money.
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Once retirement hits and we are in the spending phase of life these dental trips can add up and add up fast.
is term it has been a dierent story with both teams spending phase two in the bottom six.
The spending phase is where we are subject to the most risk because too many variables are unknown.
Minco will initially make a firm commitment to earn a 10% interest in CMC by spending phase one expenditures of $1.
The spending phase announced comes on the heels of a forecast presented by the Washington-based Institute of International Finance (IIF) that the country's real GDP will grow by 13.
I've always tried to console myself by feeling my accumulation of debt demonstrates a certain flair, at least while the spending phase is in motion.
I was already in a pull back from spending phase and will continue this.
Creating this additional liquidity during a period of instability in the financial markets, puts Calgon Carbon in a strong position, and gives us greater financial flexibility to take advantage of opportunities as we embark on the heavier spending phase of our strategic plan.
But there has been relatively little focus on the spending phase - the years in retirement when employees need to turn those accumulated assets into their primary source of sustainable spending.
The income portfolios are designed for investors who are in the spending phase of their lives, and offer three levels of income generation based on the client's individual needs.
The book argues that not only are there inefficiencies in the current system during the accumulation phase - such as wasteful investment management practices - but there are also inefficiencies in the spending phase after retirement, to which too little attention is paid.
This year National Retirement Planning Week is encouraging Americans to view retirement as a pendulum, swinging from the retirement savings phase to the retirement spending phase.