Retirement

  1. This is the First Bitcoin IRA Approved by the IRS

    Growth accrues tax-deferred. It's the real deal.
  2. 6 Simple Steps To $1 Million

    Becoming a millionaire is not as hard as you might think — it just takes time.
  3. Roth or Traditional IRA: Which Is Better for You?

    Investors should know the differences and similarities between a Roth IRA and a Traditional IRA.
  4. Filing Early for Social Security: When it Makes Sense

    Filing early for Social Security can make sense. Here's a list of when it's appropriate to ignore the conventional wisdom ...
  5. How to Invest for Retirement When You're Working

    Here's how three different portfolios impact your retirement savings while you're still employed.
  6. How to Reduce Your 2016 Income Tax and Prepare for 2017

    Save on your 2016 taxes and prepare to be financially strong in 2017 with these tips.
  1. 5 Things That Will Ruin Your Retirement Monthly Budget

    Living on a fixed income is easier said than done; even well-prepared retirees are surprised at how challenging it can be. ...
  2. 7 Ways to Use a Strong Credit Score During Retirement

    Find out why it is important to maintain a good credit in retirement. Learn seven reasons not to leave your credit score ...
  3. The Best Retirement Plans for Millennials

    Retirement is decades away, but if you make yourself start saving even a little now, all that time can make your money grow ...
  4. 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.
  5. How to Retire Early Like Barack Obama & Derek Jeter

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

    When deciding where to retire, be sure to consider the health care available in the area.
  1. How are contingent beneficiaries informed of a payout?

    Understand how contingent beneficiaries are made aware of a policy payout, and learn what policy owners can do to ensure ...
  2. Activities of Daily Living (ADL)

    There are six basic ADLs: eating, bathing, dressing, toileting, transferring (walking) and continence.
  3. Why Savers Should Put More into HSAs

    HSAs represent a fourth leg on the retirement planning stool. Here's what employees and employers need to know.
  4. Long-term Care: What's Available And How to Pay

    Long-term care costs rise fast and long-term care providers bundle services together, making it tougher for families to understand ...
  5. Medicare Mythbusters: What You Don't Know

    Here are four common misconceptions about Medicare, the federal government’s health insurance program for people who are ...
  6. What are some examples of common fringe benefits?

    Learn how offering fringe benefits can be a strategic recruitment and retention tool for employers and drastically increase ...
  1. Your Checklist for Open Enrollment Season at Work

    Open enrollment season has arrived, and that means you need to choose your health insurance benefits for 2017. This checklist ...
  2. How to Retire as a Millionaire Without a 401(k)

    Can you retire as a millionaire without a 401(k) plan? It may not be easy, but it isn't impossible if you know where to invest ...
  3. Investors Share Their Fears Following Election

    We asked, and you answered: what's your biggest financial concern after the 2016 election?
  4. 4 Financial Recommendations for Millennials

    Explore four basic financial recommendations for Millennials. Find out why systematic savings, debt reduction and financial ...
  5. 403(b) Plans: The Flaws Teachers Should Know

    Here's a look at the many issues with teacher retirement plans, also known as 403(b) plans.
  6. Is an Estate-Planning Consultant Worth It?

    Hiring a certified estate-planning consultant is almost never a bad idea, especially as the cost of a mistake can be years ...
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