Irvine, CA (PRWEB) July 21, 2010
David Ning, founder of MoneyNing.com, has become a regular USNews.com contributor whose postings offer financial advice on saving money for retirement. Ning’s latest contribution to USNews.com on preparing for retirement can be found at http://money.usnews.com/money/blogs/On-Retirement.
Ning, who is also an author and respected advisor, has been providing free financial content through the MoneyNing blog since 2007. The regularly updated blog attracts 120,000 monthly visitors and has been featured on Time.com, NYTimes.com and USNews.com.
The Pew Research Center recently released a new study which reveals that the Great Recession has, for many, resulted in a trend toward a frugal choices and simpler living. For a number of the 3,000 respondents, this change has been a direct result of the changes in their personal finances: loss of employment, loss health benefits, and devaluation of their home and other assets.
A full 28% of respondents under the age of 65 admitted that since the economic downturn, they’ve had to borrow money from family or friends. In addition, perception of the economic future appears dim. A significant number of respondents under 65 expressed a loss of confidence that their retirement savings would provide all they needed in their golden years.
Retirement concerns are so great in fact, that USNews.com devotes an entire section to the topic. The news outlet recently added David Ning to its roster of regular contributors. Ning offers information on smart money choices for those who are retired, as well as for those who are in the process of planning, preparing and saving for their future retirement.
David Ning is an author and respected advisor who has been able to help tens of thousands of people through his regularly updated blog MoneyNing.com. The site helps readers learn how saving money on daily expenses can enable them to generate wealth over time and lead to their financial freedom. The comprehensive site offers information on money management, investing, and preparing for retirement. The blog attracts 120,000 visitors each month, and its posts have been featured on Time.com, NYTimes.com and USNews.com.
Go to http://moneyning.com/ to learn more about the comprehensive financial content available on MoneyNing.com including a free weekly newsletter, ebook and mini course on frugal living.
Visit http://money.usnews.com/money/blogs/On-Retirement to read David Ning’s latest USNews.com post on investing in foreign funds.