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Nest Egg

A reserve of money set aside, especially for a specific purpose. Generally speaking, a nest egg refers to savings for a major expense, such as retirement. However, it may also refer to smaller expenses that nonetheless require savings. Examples of the latter include nest eggs for vacations or down payments for a house.
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Such arrangements tend to deliver more certainty in building a retirement nest egg than do the defined contribution plans offered most workers today.
You wouldn't hire a surgeon who kills his patients to operate on you, and it is critically important today to make sure that you are getting advice from the financial gurus who SAVED their client's nest eggs," Natalie says.
A high Nest Egg Score indicates that households are having more success in building their nest eggs or that economic conditions are favorable for saving and investing.
Flowers' courses - taught by a staff of certified financial planners in four midwestern states - include such topics as "Build Your Nest Egg," "Cut Your Taxes" and "The Credit Counselor.
Similarly, in 2006, 77 percent of employed baby boomers and 72 percent of employed trailing edge boomers did something to build their nest eggs compared with 59 percent of working Generation Y/millennials.
Northeasterners were more likely than residents in any other region to cite the cost of raising children as an obstacle to starting or building their nest eggs (34 percent versus 24 percent in the Midwest, 18 percent in the South and 21 percent in the West).
When you look at the market rankings, it becomes clear that there are lots of cities in the Midwest where people know how to take care of their nest eggs," notes Beckmann.
Although many affluent investors have amassed sizable nest eggs, they are increasingly concerned about the possibility that their assets many not grow enough to keep them from outliving their savings," said James Swanson, portfolio manager of the MFS(R) Diversified Income Fund.
Edwards Nest Egg Score Estimator to help our clients and all investors get a handle on their current efforts and the steps they can take to continue building their nest eggs.
children (27 percent) have learned about saving and investing through their schools, according to parents polled in the recent Nest Egg Score Survey commissioned by A.
LOUIS -- Nest Egg Score Provides a Comprehensive Measure of Household Saving and Investing Behavior; Incorporates a Dozen Factors That Contribute to Americans' Ability to Build Their Nest Eggs
The new ads, which continue to humanize the nest egg, take the creative concept one step further by showcasing nest eggs in circumstances where sound financial advice is needed.