Retirement

  1. How to Put Your Pay Raise to Work

    Put your pay raise to work and you can end up with a windfall.
  2. 6 Ways to Ruin Your Retirement

    We all look forward to one day leaving the rat race behind and enjoying our golden years. But it's not a sure thing. Check ...
  3. The Best Way to Leave Assets for Non-Spousal Heirs

    Save non-spousal heirs taxes on your estate by moving your assets from a qualified plan.
  4. Compounding Is Important in the Later Years Too

    The power of compounding is even greater in the later years of saving for retirement.
  5. 4 Risky Moves People Are Making to Buy a Home

    A new study from Owners.com suggests that Americans may be willing to make some risky moves to buy a home in 2017. Here are ...
  6. Explaining Types of Fixed Annuities

    Learn about this popular retirement tool, its pros and cons and how annuities work to create a guaranteed regular stream ...
  1. The Retired Person's Guide to Managing Expenses

    Use these strategies for managing your expenses when retired, and you'll be able to enjoy life with a minimum of unpleasant ...
  2. Supplemental Executive Retirement Plan - SERP

    A non-qualified retirement plan for key company employees, such as executives, that provides benefits above and beyond those ...
  3. World's 7 Best Retirement Cities

    2017's top destinations for living and retiring abroad from Live and Invest Overseas.
  4. Retirement Living: Renting Vs. Home Ownership

    Here are three simple questions you should consider when weighing this decision.
  5. Could You Afford to Save for a 40-Year Retirement?

    As people longer, financial planning for retirement is becoming even more important.
  6. How Much Being a Grandparent Will Cost You

    Spoiling the grandkids is just the beginning of what grandparents say they spend.
  1. 6 Steps to Calculate How Much Life Insurance You Need

    Use these basic calculations for an estimate of how much life insurance you should get.
  2. Financial New Year's Resolutions You Can Keep

    Start the year off right by evaluating your financial health and setting impactful and achievable goals.
  3. What If Your Long-term Insurance Carrier Goes Bust

    When a long-term care insurance carrier goes bust, what happens to policyholders?
  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. 4 Medicare Open Enrollment Mistakes to Avoid

    Avoid these 4 mistakes during the Medicare Open Enrollment period (Oct. 15 to Dec. 7).
  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. Things Nursing Homes Are Not Allowed to Do

    Nursing home residents just got new safeguards to their rights – rights they aren't suppose to lose when entering a facility.
  2. Generation X (Gen X)

    Generation X, or Gen X, is the name given to the generation of Americans born between 1961 and 1980. Generation X follows ...
  3. Retirement: The Most Expensive Purchase You’ll Make in Your Life

    Most Americans know that saving for retirement is important. So why aren't they saving more?
  4. What Is the Most Important Financial Lesson?

    When it comes to learning lessons about your finances, it helps to think about the future.
  5. How Obamacare Repeal Could Make Medicare Prices Soar

    Medicare recipients face possible higher healthcare costs through Trump's proposed repeal of the Affordable Care Act.
  6. How Does My Part-time Job Affect Social Security?

    Social Security benefits mean a lot to retirees' finances. Having a job, even part-time, can complicate matters if certain ...
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