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23 min ago | US News & World Report
It is not news that baby boomers, people born between 1946 and 1964, are starting to turn 65 and beginning to retire in droves.
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4 hrs ago | WebCPA
Financial planners and thought leaders from the PFP Section of the American Institute of CPAs recently held a thought leadership seminar to determine the top issues related to retirement planning and aging that are facing Americans - and how they're changing due to demographic, financial and social factors.
7 hrs ago | Bradenton.com
A big concern for many retirees or soon-to-be retirees is, "What if I outlive my money?" If you have some retirement savings, you may be able to cover your needs for a number of years, but what if you live longer than you expected to live? One way to protect yourself from outlasting your savings is to purchase "longevity insurance".
11 hrs ago | Black Enterprise
The economic meltdown is still fresh in the minds of many millennials. Consequently, some are placing their trust in cash when it comes to saving for retirement.
11 hrs ago | Wall St. Cheat Sheet
The digital generation is providing some hope for the retirement crisis. After watching their parents suffer through two major financial bubbles and the weakest economic recovery on record, the majority of millennials are placing money aside for retirement - as long as they have a job.
13 hrs ago | Daily Echo
They said they had little choice but to accept McCarthy and Stone Retirement Lifestyle's bid, as even if they had turned it down, the site would be turned into a convenience store without needing planning permission.
Welcome to the second part of our retirement planning for millennials series. In part one we discussed taking those first tentative steps on the investing lader.
At 97, James Farrell doesn't need much. Just a safe place to play his ukulele and tell the occasional battlefield story.
Do you have money for emergencies? Are you funding your retirement and paying cash as you go? If not, you're like most other Americans, and money is your boss.
A worker counts US dollar bills at a money changer in Manila August 10, 2011. For retirement saving, the line between what people need to have for income versus what people want to have as income has blurred.
First, clients can multiply their current salary by a certain number based on their age to know the amount they should save for their golden years, according to Fidelity Investments.
The scheme is renowned for its rate of returns, ease of use, flexibility and tax advantages.
The retirement savings industry wants you to instead think about the monthly paycheck the account can generate.
The most common reason for a company to avoid paying dividends is to avoid subjecting itself to capital market discipline.
The board will receive a recommendation at the work session today from the Human Resources Department and is expected to vote Thursday on the matter.
The El Paso Firemen and Policemen's Pension Fund and the city are negotiating a possible increase in their respective contributions to the retirement system, but first have some legal issues to resolve.
Allianz survey were asked which they feared more, death or outliving their assets more, 61% said they were more worried about running out of dough.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 07:21 pm
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