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  1. Can I purchase mutual funds for my IRA?

    Learn how to invest your IRA assets in mutual funds. Discover a few of the different types of mutual funds available for ...
  2. What is the minimum amount of money that I can invest in a mutual fund?

    Learn about investing in mutual funds even with a smaller initial investment; there are many funds available to investors ...
  3. Here's how to incorporate life insurance into a plan to ensure that you and your family have the smoothest possible transition into retirement.

    The Smart Way To Use Life Insurance For Retirement

    Here's how to incorporate life insurance into a plan to ensure that you and your family have the smoothest possible transition ...
  4. A delightful climate, World Heritage sites and a low cost of living are just some of the reasons to retire to Ecuador. Here's more about what to expect.

    Why Retiree Expats Adore Ecuador

    A delightful climate, World Heritage sites and a low cost of living are just some of the reasons to retire to Ecuador. Here's ...
  5. The names sound similar – continuing care, assisted living – but retirement communities differ widely. How to tell them apart and what you'll need to pay.

    Don't Pick The Wrong Type Of Retirement Community

    The names sound similar – continuing care, assisted living – but retirement communities differ widely. How to tell them apart ...
  6. Government employees don't receive Social Security and 401(k)s for their government work. Learn about these other tools to plan for a good retirement.

    Work For The Government? Top Retirement Strategies

    Government employees don't receive Social Security and 401(k)s for their government work. Learn about these other tools to ...
  7. A description of the top retirement plans for self-employed

    Self-Employed? Top Plans For Retirement Savings

    Here are 5 smart ways the self-employed can save for retirement. Some also work for your employees. But get financial advice ...
  8.  Investors often spend decades working and saving in an effort to build a nest egg for retirement. During that time, their primary investment goal is to see their assets grow. When retirement finally arrives, the investment goal often changes from seeking to grow assets to using those assets to generate income.

    The Best Way To Build Your Retirement Portfolio

    If you're near retirement or already there, it's time to change your investment goals from growing assets to using them to ...
  9. Understanding how to save for retirement does not have to be complicated. Here’s what you need to know about the tax-advantaged accounts you may use.

    Want To Know How To Save For Retirement?

    Understanding how to save for retirement does not have to be complicated. Here’s what you need to know about the tax-advantaged ...
  10. A brief article with strategies on how to retire by owining real estate assets and living out of rent

    Could Being A Landlord Pay For Your Retirement?

    If you have the money to buy them and the energy to run them – or the funds to pay a good manager – rental properties can ...
  11. Understanding what are the differences or relationships between retirement plans and pensions

    Smart Retirement Strategies Even Without A Pension

    Not every retirement plan is a pension. Know the difference and decide which options are best for you. Even without a pension, ...
  12. Whether you're a saver or a financial advisor who want to give their clients a leg up, these 8 tips are essential for financial planning.

    8 Essential Tips For Retirement Saving

    Whether you're a saver or a financial advisor who want to give their clients a leg up, these 8 tips are essential for financial ...
  13. Can I purchase mutual funds for my IRA?

    Learn how to invest your IRA assets in mutual funds. Discover a few of the different types of mutual funds available for ...
  14. The Medicare Part D donut hole can confound the best of us. Here's what financial advisors and their clients should know.

    'Donut Hole' Essentials For The Financial Advisor

    The Medicare Part D donut hole can confound the best of us. Here's what financial advisors and their clients should know.
  15. How can investors close to retirement protect the purchasing power of their savings? Here are some tips for near-retirees and their financial advisors.

    Tips To Beat Inflation For Near-Retireees

    How can investors close to retirement protect the purchasing power of their savings? Here are some tips for near-retirees ...
  16. We asked more than 27,000 investors across 20 countries questions related to financial issues, from retirement to savings to asset allocation.

    How did 27,000 investors answer to these questions

    We asked more than 27,000 investors across 20 countries questions related to financial issues, from retirement to savings ...
  17. Financial advisors can help clients manage longevity risk with a variety of strategies and products. Here's a look.

    How Advisors Can Help Address Longevity Risk

    Financial advisors can help clients manage longevity risk with a variety of strategies and products. Here's a look.
  18. When you're setting financial goals and saving for retirement, don't forget to factor in inflation. Here's how to fight back and protect your future.

    Inflation And Your Retirement

    When you're setting financial goals and saving for retirement, don't forget to factor in inflation. Here's how to fight back ...
  19. An article explaining what salary would be needed to retire and live with a high quality of life in top retirement cities

    Savings Needed To Retire Abroad

    How much do you need to have saved for a comfortable retirement in another country? Here are figures for 5 popular expat ...
  20. Define your retirement and anticipate, how much annual income you may need to support the lifestyle you want.

    Define Your Retirement

    Define your retirement and anticipate, how much annual income you may need to support the lifestyle you want.
  21. Retirement will feel like the first time we have complete control over what we do.

    12 Questions To Ask Before You Retire—Or Move

    Retirement will feel like the first time we have complete control over what we do and where we live, but making choices could ...
  22. Saving for retirement with a target date fund gives you a straightforward goal: retirement income that will last as long as you need it.

    Investing With Purpose: Target Date Funds

    Saving for retirement with a target date fund gives you a straightforward goal: retirement income that will last as long ...
  23. A new Supreme Court ruling has some financial advisors rushing to set up trusts to help protect inherited IRAs. Is that necessary?

    How Advisors Can Protect Inherited IRAs

    A new Supreme Court ruling has some financial advisors rushing to set up trusts to help protect inherited IRAs. Is that necessary?
  24. How can you keep more of what you make or made when you retire? Minimize the taxes from short-term trades and taxable interest income.

    Keeping More Of Your ETF Capital Gains And Income

    How can you keep more of what you make or made when you retire? Minimize the taxes from short-term trades and taxable interest ...
  25. Sticker shock, the realization that the cost of an item exceeds your ability to pay, is not the feeling you want to have when you get ready for retirement

    How To Avoid Retirement Sticker Shock

    Sticker shock, the realization that the cost of an item exceeds your ability to pay, is not the feeling you want to have ...
  26. What types of investments are most likely to be found in a Roth IRA (and why)?

    The Most Common Roth IRA Investments

    What types of investments are most likely to be found in a Roth IRA (and why)?
  27. How do Pay As You Go pension plans work?

    Learn how pay-as-you-go pension plans are different than fully funded pension plans and why some government plans are running ...
  28. Who is eligible for a Teacher Retirement?

    Learn about the retirement option, the Teacher Retirement System, offered to teachers and other public school employees, ...
  29. What are the main benefits of a Locked-in Retirement Account (LIRA)?

    Read about the main benefits you can realize from transferring your Canadian pension funds into a Locked-in Retirement Account, ...
  30. How is the Social Security trust fund invested?

    Read about how the Social Security trust fund is set up, paid into, borrowed from and invested by the U.S. government and ...
  31. What are the best ways to plan for retirement?

    Learn the basic steps to creating a solid retirement plan that can support you and your family, and find out how to manage ...
  32. How can I consolidate my unsecured debt?

    Discover some of the different ways that you can combine your present unsecured debts into a consolidation loan -- even by ...
  33. What are Social Security Credits for and how can I earn them?

    Understand the basics of the Social Security credit system, how credits are earned and how many credits are required to be ...
  34. How can I receive my Social Security benefits if I want to retire outside the U.S?

    Understand the requirements for receiving Social Security benefits while living outside the United States and how citizenship ...
  35. When am I eligible to receive Social Security benefits?

    Understand when you are eligible to begin collecting Social Security retirement benefits and how retiring at different ages ...
  36. How does my spousal Social Security benefit work?

    Understand the basics of spousal Social Security benefits, when you are eligible to apply, and how your age and employment ...
  37. How do Social Security benefits for widows or widowers work?

    Understand the basics of survivor's benefits for spouses of deceased workers, when you can begin collecting and how your ...
  38. How do Social Security survivor benefits work?

    Understand the basics of survivor's Social Security benefits, when you can apply, and how your age and relationship to the ...
  39. How do I know what Social Security benefits I am eligible for?

    Learn what tools to use to find out which Social Security benefit programs you are eligible for and the basic requirements ...
  40. What are the main differences between Social Security Benefits & Social Security ...

    Read this article to learn about the differences between SSDI and SSI benefits, including qualifications, program funding, ...
  41. What are the Social Security tax caps?

    Learn how the Social Security tax cap works, what percentage of income is deducted for Social Security taxes and the history ...
  42. What's the difference between a financial advisor and a financial planner?

    Seeking professional advice from a financial advisor may involve asking for financial help from a certified financial planner, ...
  43. Understanding the basics of Medigap.

    Medigap Insurance: Who Needs It?

    You already have Medicare. Why would you need to spend more money on Medigap? Here's why.
  44. An Article explaining what asset protection trusts are

    Asset Protection Trusts: Help For Seniors

    How to use an irrevocable trust to qualify a senior for Medicaid and still preserve a portion of assets to support a spouse ...
  45. Given the distinctions between the two kinds of funds, which one is better for you? It depends, so read on.

    The Key Differences Between ETFs And Mutual Funds

    Given the distinctions between the two kinds of funds, which one is better for you? It depends, so read on.
  46. Roth IRAs: Investing And Trading Do’s And Don’ts

    Just what can you invest in in a Roth IRA? And what constitutes a prohibited transaction?
  47. Basics of reverse mortgages

    How Does A Reverse Mortgage Work?

    The basics of getting a reverse mortgage, with detailed information on how to qualify and what to watch out for.
  48. Why Retirement Income Now Costs More

    The cost of future lifetime retirement income has outpaced increases in retirement savings balances. That’s left many pre-retirees ...
  49. 5 Key Factors Your Financial Plan May Not Address

    When the size of your IRAs and 401(K)s inputs a bunch of figures, out comes the verdict, and either: You're guilty of not ...
  50. The Right Place To Retire

    Before my husband and I got married, we made sure to be on the same page about values and children, but we didn’t discuss ...
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