Retirement

  1. The Potential Benefits of a Roth IRA

    No one knows when taxes will increase. With a Roth IRA, future distributions are tax-free.
  2. 401(k) Fees: Are You Still Paying Too Much?

    Learn how your 401(k) fees compare to industry norms and whether you're paying too much.
  3. The Rich Man’s Roth

    Top earners can be excellent candidates for a backdoor Roth IRA strategy.
  4. Why an Annuity May Not Be Right for You

    An annuity, when compared to the many other options available, may not be the best choice.
  5. Top 6 Expenses That Are Cutting into Your Retirement Savings

    If you're like most Americans, you don't have enough put aside for retirement. Here are a half dozen ways to increase your ...
  6. Will Social Security Be There for Me?

    Will Social Security run out of funds before you retire? Let's separate fact from fiction.
  1. The Top 5 States for Retirees to Buy Cheap Property

    Buying vacant land for future gain is high-risk. Look for low prices in undeveloped areas likely to see a building boom in ...
  2. Retiring Soon? 10 Things to Consider First

    Consider these 10 questions and to-dos before you retire to make sure you are ready.
  3. 6 Late-Stage Retirement Catch-Up Tactics

    Individuals in their 40s and 50s who have done little or no retirement planning are certainly at something of a disadvantage. ...
  4. Top 6 Expenses That Are Cutting into Your Retirement Savings

    If you're like most Americans, you don't have enough put aside for retirement. Here are a half dozen ways to increase your ...
  5. How Americans Struggle with Retirement

    While some struggle to plan a drawdown schedule, others may not be able to afford retirement at all.
  6. Top 10 Tips for a Meaningful Retirement

    You've worked your entire life for retirement. Now use these 10 tips to make the most of it.
  1. Medigap Changes 2020: Seniors to Lose Plans C and F

    Attention, seniors: Beginning Jan. 1, 2020, you will no longer be able to sign up for the two most popular Medigap plans. ...
  2. Top 3 Health Insurance Options If You Retire Early

    Early retirees will need to maintain coverage until they become Medicare-eligible at age 65.
  3. Do You Need Life Insurance During Retirement?

    For many, life insurance is no longer needed in retirement and the money could be used elsewhere.
  4. Health Savings Account: Your Extra Retirement Funds

    Funding a health savings account for retirement can save thousands of dollars in taxes.
  5. Which Medicare Advantage Plan Is Best for You?

    It's important to know the differences between Medicare Advantage plans before selecting one.
  6. Medicare 101: Do You Need All 4 Parts?

    At age 65, most people have to sign up for Medicare. Learn which of its four programs are mandatory – and which you can skip.
  1. The Top 5 States for Retirees to Buy Cheap Property

    Buying vacant land for future gain is high-risk. Look for low prices in undeveloped areas likely to see a building boom in ...
  2. Retiring Soon? 10 Things to Consider First

    Consider these 10 questions and to-dos before you retire to make sure you are ready.
  3. Medigap Changes 2020: Seniors to Lose Plans C and F

    Attention, seniors: Beginning Jan. 1, 2020, you will no longer be able to sign up for the two most popular Medigap plans. ...
  4. 401(k) Fees: Are You Still Paying Too Much?

    Learn how your 401(k) fees compare to industry norms and whether you're paying too much.
  5. How is Warren Buffett Plan Bequeathing his Estate?

    Find out how much Warren Buffett is leaving for his heirs and how he wants the funds invested after his death. Learn about ...
  6. Which Type of Special Needs Trust Is Best for You?

    Did you know there are different types of special needs trusts for your special needs child?
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