Retirement

  1. Why Future Retirees Will Need Over $1 Million to Retire

    The answer in one word: inflation.
  2. Seniors See the End of Social Security File and Suspend as a Benefit Cut

    Many seniors see the end of two Social Security claiming strategy loopholes as unnecessary benefit cuts.
  3. Can the New Reverse Mortgage Boost Retirement Income?

    A reverse mortgage is a financial tool that can increase the chances of a successful retirement, if used properly. Here's ...
  4. The Automatic Millionaire: PAGES

    Entrepreneur and top model Jessica Perez tells Investopedia why David Bach's "The Automatic Millionaire" is her favorite ...
  5. Many 401(k) Plans Are Outdated: GAO Report

    A recent GAO report indicates that many 401(k) plans are still clinging to archaic rules that hinder plan participants’ ability ...
  6. Why are IRA, Roth IRAs and 401(k) contributions limited?

    Find out why contributions to IRA, Roth IRA and 401(k) retirement savings plans are limited by the IRS, including what the ...
  1. Seniors See the End of Social Security File and Suspend as a Benefit Cut

    Many seniors see the end of two Social Security claiming strategy loopholes as unnecessary benefit cuts.
  2. How to Retire Early Like Barack Obama & Derek Jeter

    If you hope to retire early, why not take a page from these celebrity playbooks?
  3. Why Quality Health Care Access in Retirement Matters

    When deciding where to retire, be sure to consider the health care available in the area.
  4. Long-Term Care Insurance: A Cost-Benefit Analysis

    Is it a good idea to have a long-term care policy? Here is some data to help you decide.
  5. How to Save Your First $100,000

    Tips on how to save your first 100k.
  6. 10 Ways to Cut Spending Before Retirement

    If your retirement income is less than you planned for, here is a list of ways to plan a new budget.
  1. Why Quality Health Care Access in Retirement Matters

    When deciding where to retire, be sure to consider the health care available in the area.
  2. Long-Term Care Insurance: A Cost-Benefit Analysis

    Is it a good idea to have a long-term care policy? Here is some data to help you decide.
  3. Some Surprising Risks of Medicare Advantage Plans

    A new study finds disturbing differences in the hospital networks some Medicare Advantage plans provide. Check before you ...
  4. 3 Big Medicare Part D Increases You Need to Know

    December 7 is the 2017 enrollment deadline for Medicare Part D. Be aware of these price increases – and how to minimize them ...
  5. Healthcare Costs in 2018: The Great Unknown

    Trump has promised to repeal the Affordable Care Act and has nominated to his cabinet the perfect man to help. But what about ...
  6. HSAs Could Get a Boost Under Trump

    Health Savings Accounts may become more attractive under a Trump administration. Here's how.
  1. Can the New Reverse Mortgage Boost Retirement Income?

    A reverse mortgage is a financial tool that can increase the chances of a successful retirement, if used properly. Here's ...
  2. Many 401(k) Plans Are Outdated: GAO Report

    A recent GAO report indicates that many 401(k) plans are still clinging to archaic rules that hinder plan participants’ ability ...
  3. How to Save Your First $100,000

    Tips on how to save your first 100k.
  4. 10 Ways to Cut Spending Before Retirement

    If your retirement income is less than you planned for, here is a list of ways to plan a new budget.
  5. Some Surprising Risks of Medicare Advantage Plans

    A new study finds disturbing differences in the hospital networks some Medicare Advantage plans provide. Check before you ...
  6. Estate Planning for Beginners: Part Three

    A primary purpose of most trusts is to provide a timetable for the distributions of assets where an outright distribution ...
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