Retirement

  1. How Social Security Works After Retirement

    Millions of Baby Boomers are looking forward to collecting benefits, but several factors can affect how much they get and ...
  2. An Argument for Not Saving Everything for Retirement

    We know that we need to amass a significant nest egg for a leisurely retirement. But what about enjoying our time now?
  3. When Do Social Security Benefits Start and End?

    Everything you need to know about the three primary Social Security programs, how they work and who qualifies for them.
  4. How to Think About Retirement Savings Realistically

    Professor Sheena Iyengar of the Columbia Business School believes in a less abstract, more visual approach in improving retirement ...
  5. 5 Benefits of Rolling Over a 401(k)

    Nearing retirement or changing jobs? Here's why you might want to move your 401(k) into an IRA (more investment options, ...
  6. This is the First Bitcoin IRA Approved by the IRS

    Growth accrues tax-deferred. It's the real deal.
  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. 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. Retirement Abroad: 5 Unexpected Foreign Cities

    If retiring abroad is your dream, here are some less well known destinations where the culture is rich; the scenery, lovely ...
  6. Don't Miss This Retirement Tax-Saving Window

    Many retirement planners view the years between age 59½ and 70½ as a “sweet spot” for their clients’ taxes. Here’s why and ...
  1. Strategies 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 ...
  2. Top 10 Money Mistakes New Parents Make

    Although having a child is an exciting and exhilarating experience, it is very easy to lose track of finance or make unwise ...
  3. How does taxation on life insurance for a qualified retirement plan work?

    Purchase life insurance in your qualified retirement plan using pre-tax dollars. Be aware of other ways that life insurance ...
  4. Is Retirement Good For You Or Bad For You?

    A neighbor wakes up before 6 a.m. each morning, gets dressed, skulks outside and some days begins looking for parked vehicles ...
  5. The 5% Solution To Financial Freedom

    How can you save the recommended 10% of your income? We'll show you how to get there.
  6. Payroll Deductions Pay Off

    Find out how you can bypass or defer taxes on thousands of dollars each year.
  1. Investors Share Their Fears Following Election

    We asked, and you answered: what's your biggest financial concern after the 2016 election?
  2. 4 Financial Recommendations for Millennials

    Explore four basic financial recommendations for Millennials. Find out why systematic savings, debt reduction and financial ...
  3. 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.
  4. 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 ...
  5. Should You Have a Supplemental Retirement Plan

    A supplemental retirement plan can enhance your ability to set aside money for retirement when you've exhausted other savings ...
  6. Online Estate Planning: When and When Not to Use It

    Although online estate planning can save you time and money, it’s not the smartest option for everyone. Here are some factors ...
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