Retirement

  1. Best Investment Accounts for Young Investors

    What are the best investment accounts for young investors? A few types to consider.
  2. What You Should Know About IRA Beneficiaries: Part 1

    It's important to give serious consideration to your IRA beneficiary designations.
  3. Are You Getting a Tax Deduction for Your Donation?

    When done properly, a charitable donation of your RMD can equal a tax deduction for you.
  4. 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 ...
  5. 5 Questions to Ask Before Opening a New Retirement Account

    To avoid tax problems, ask the right questions before opening a new retirement account.
  6. A Retirement Plan Option for High-Income Doctors

    The 457(b) plan allows high-earning doctors to save more for retirement than the 403(b) plan.
  1. Pay the Lowest Possible Taxes on Retirement Assets

    One key factor that retirement planners focus on is minimizing their clients’ taxes each year. Here are some strategies for ...
  2. How Mortgage Debt Can Derail Retirement

    One of the greatest joys of retirement is being able to relax, knowing that one of your biggest expenses — your mortgage ...
  3. Top Tips for Making Retirement Savings Last Longer

    If you’re trying to figure out how to make your hard-earned nest egg last, there’s one piece of advice that stands above ...
  4. Best Freelancing Jobs for Retirees

    Retired from your job but still want to work? Here's how to turn your skills and know-how into a new freelancing career.
  5. The Most Expensive States to Retire In

    Six places that aren't great for your retirement years (financially speaking).
  6. How Much Money Do You Need to Retire at 56?

    Who wouldn't want to retire early and enjoy the good life? The question is, "How much will it cost?" Here's a quick and dirty ...
  1. It's Time to Review Your Medicare Policy Coverage

    The annual enrollment period for Medicare is about to start. Taking the time to examine your options around this time each ...
  2. Long-Term Care Expenses: What You Should Know

    Being prepared for long-term care is a critical element of financial planning. Here's what it costs.
  3. The Crippling Cost of Self-Insuring Long-Term Care

    Covering the cost of long-term care without insurance can deplete retirement savings quickly.
  4. Tax-Friendly Options for Long-Term Care Insurance

    Here are four tax-advantaged ways to help reduce the financial burden of long-term care insurance.
  5. ‘Retired’ Too Soon? How to Reenter the Workforce After 50

    Here's what you need to know to survive financially and reenter the workforce when you're over 50 and a layoff has forced ...
  6. How to Maximize Employee Benefits From the Start

    Taking the time to make proper selections within your employer-provided benefits package is crucial and could significantly ...
  1. The Most Popular States to Retire to in the U.S.

    Which are the most popular states to retire to in the U.S.? United Van Lines’ 40th Annual Movers Study has the answers.
  2. Retirement Planning for Couples

    Before you ride (or canoe) off into that sunset together, you need to strategize about a number of issues, from timing to ...
  3. How Millennials Can Avoid a 401(k) Crisis

    Millennials need to take advantage of their employer’s 401(k) while keeping an eye on fees.
  4. 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.
  5. 3 Ways People Inadvertently Disinherit Loved Ones

    Proper beneficiary planning can ensure you don't accidentally disinherit loved ones.
  6. Don't Forget Your Ex-Spouse's Social Security Benefits

    If you get divorced after at least 10 years, you might get some extra Social Security benefits.
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