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Proper estate planning may be the difference between providing your heirs with a comfortable inheritance or a major financial headache.
Who needs to worry about retirement when you're in your 20's? You do! It's never too early to start planning for your golden years.
Are you one of the four-in-ten people that receive an employer-paid pension? Count yourself lucky!
Does your employer offer you the option of investing in a 401(k)? Are you investing?
Retirement in 15 years? Feeling too young to retire? If you don't start planning for it now, you may not have the choice.
Okay, you've established your career. Maybe you've paid off your student loans. You may have started a family, but have you started planning for retirement?
Learn how an IRA can be a valuable component of your retirement strategy.
Retirement planning is not as daunting as you might think. The first step is to figure out how much savings you will need to maintain a comfortable lifestyle during your golden years.
How much money can you expect from Social Security when you retire?
If you’re in a position to start saving for your future, then you need to understand some common financial terms like money market funds, debt securities, target-date funds, and 401(k)’s. But if these words are a bit unfamiliar, it can be challenging to start the savings process.
How are you planning on spending your retirement? Playing golf? Painting watercolors? Volunteering? If you’re part of the baby boomer generation, you may be asking yourself an entirely different question: “Will I be able to retire at all?”
You’ve probably been looking forward to taking it easy now that you’re through with a 40 or 50-hour workweek, but entering retirement brings its own set of challenges – the most pressing being managing your budget on a fixed income. Now, more than ever, is the time to be wise about managing your saving and spending.
Many retirees consider going back to work after retirement. But baby boomers should weigh the pros and cons before accepting an offer of employment.
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