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Our Social Security expert answers some of the trickiest questions posed by real benefits recipients.
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Americans are massively underestimating how much they need to save to have the retirements they want.
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Robo advisors were supposed to make it easier to invest for the long-term, but several have already closed. Here’s how to deal with the dangers.
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Mistakes are common on taking required minimum distributions (RMDs) from retirement accounts, and the penalties are steep. Here’s how to avoid them.
Shifting trends have made it harder for young people to own homes and have put generations of Americans at enormous risk for financial insecurity.
Whether you want extra spending money or to bulk up your nest egg, there are plenty of ways for retirees to make $10,000, $25,000, or $50,000+.
More people are embracing aging, but most are not ready for retirement and, in many cases, they don’t even know what ready means.
It’s conventional wisdom to roll over your retirement assets from a 401(k) into an IRA when you leave a job. But that’s not always the right move.
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