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3 hrs ago | Barron's

A Retirement Where Risk Rewards

In 2006, Barron's published an essay I wrote about retiring comfortably with less than $1 million.


Related Topix: Personal Finance

7 hrs ago | Switched

Past Performance Teaches Us Plenty About Saving For Future Retirement

Investment types often trot out the cautionary phrase, "past performance does not necessarily predict future results."


Related Topix: Personal Finance, Pension, Social Security, Law, Employment / Labor Law

10 hrs ago | The Gaston Gazette

Planning to take early retirement? Read their story first

She misses her full-time job in the Register of Deeds office at the Gaston County Courthouse.


Related Topix: Personal Finance, Gaston County, NC, Social Security, Mortgage

14 hrs ago | The Brattleboro Reformer

Baby Boomers and retirement

The nation's workforce has experienced some traumatic events over the past five years.


Related Topix: Personal Finance, Opinion

17 hrs ago | USA Today

Finding a 'magic number' for retirement savings

Conventional wisdom has been that saving for a $1 million nest egg, or retirement income of 80% your current salary, is a good safety net.


Related Topix: Personal Finance, Wichita, KS, Mortgage, Social Security

21 hrs ago | The Miami Herald

Airwaves heat up in race for Michigan governor

Political TV ads are set to escalate in the final two months of the race between Republican Gov. Rick Snyder and Democrat Mark Schauer, as the campaigns and their deep-pocketed outside allies sharply focus their message to voters.


Related Topix: US Politics, Representative Mark Schauer, US News, US House of Representatives, Democrat, Michigan, Michigan Government, Rick Snyder, US Governors, Jennifer Granholm, Personal Finance

Yesterday | MarketWatch

Can you afford retirement? 5 ways to make sure

Retirement is hard work these days. How do you generate enough income in a world where the S&P 500 yields roughly 2% and 10-year Treasury notes offer 2A1 2%? Suppose you retire at age 65, at which point you're eligible for $20,000 a year in Social Security retirement benefits.


Related Topix: Personal Finance, Social Security, Mortgage, Pension, Financial Markets

Fri Aug 29, 2014

The Globe and Mail

Couple needs to get back on track to a comfortable retirement

When Stuart first applied for a Financial Facelift last year, he was feeling uneasy because the company he worked for had run into financial difficulty.


Related Topix: Personal Finance, Facelifts, Mutual Funds, Pension

Fox News

How to Save for Retirement While in Your 20s

At age 24, I recently started a job working for a corporation. I'm interested in individual retirement accounts.


Related Topix: Personal Finance, Mutual Funds, Business News

JD Supra

Healthcare Reform in the U.S. Territories; Prepayment of Taxes for Puerto Rico Retirement Plans

The summer of 2014 has brought further guidance for health plan coverage in the U.S. territories and for retirement plan coverage in Puerto Rico.


Related Topix: Personal Finance, Healthcare Law, Law, Health Insurance, Health

Christian Science Monitor

Retirement planning: Look before you leap with account withdrawals

Freshly-cut stacks of $100 bills make their way down the line at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing Western Currency Facility in Fort Worth, Texas.


Related Topix: Fort Worth, TX, Personal Finance, Law, Employment / Labor Law

WMUR-TV Manchester

Money Matters: Understanding retirement plan fees

Do you know what fees may be associated with your 401 plan? Knowing these fees can help you understand how your plan is managed and provide insight as to how you invest your money.


Related Topix: Personal Finance

Logan Banner

Fall campaign already heating up

While a bit of drama continues in the effort to fill an unexpired term on the Mingo County Family Court, statewide races are heating up even before Labor Day.


Related Topix: US News, US Politics, Republican, US House of Representatives, Shelley Moore Capito, Senator John Barrasso, US Senate, Representative Nick Rahall, Democrat, Senator Jay Rockefeller, Personal Finance

Thu Aug 28, 2014

Call for more employer-sponsored retirement plans, on top of CPF

With rising concerns over retirement adequacy, some experts say it is timely for more firms to look into providing employer-sponsored retirement plans.


Related Topix: Personal Finance, Pension

Express India

Monthly wage ceiling for EPFO schemes raised to Rs 15,000; minimum pension of Rs 1K from Sept 1

The move to enhance the minimum wage ceiling to Rs 15K per month is expected to bring 50 lakh additional formal sector workers under EPFO.


Related Topix: Pension, Personal Finance, Social Security

This Is What $1,000 of Monthly Retirement Income Really Looks Like

I am a retirement advocate and founder of . I use my book Naked Retirement in workshops and webinars to teach you how to plan for the mental, social, and physical aspects of retirement, including how you will fill your time, stay connected to family and friends, and keep mentally and physically fit.


Related Topix: Personal Finance, Financial Markets, Restaurant Management, Mcdonalds

KSDK-TV Saint Louis

Wanted: A million bucks or more in retirement savingsWanted: A...

The majority of Generation X workers believe they'll need to save a million bucks or more for retirement, and almost a third think they'll need more than $2 million.


Related Topix: Personal Finance, Social Security

Kiplinger Online

Create a Plan for a Meaningful Retirement

It's been your longtime retirement dream to move to Provence for six months a year.


Related Topix: Personal Finance

Museum of Northern Arizona's Dr. Robert Breunig Announces Retirement

Dr. Robert Breunig has announced his retirement as president and chief executive officer of the Museum of Northern Arizona , effective June 30, 2015.


Related Topix: Personal Finance, Austin, TX

Wed Aug 27, 2014


You're Out of Debt, Have Savings, and Are on Track for Retirement. What's Next?

Last time you checked, you carried no credit card balances, had six months of take-home pay saved up in your emergency fund, and had been steadily increasing your retirement contributions every year.


Related Topix: Personal Finance, Credit Card Debt