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For people living on a fixed income, the COLA is a critical safety net.
If you’ve reached age 72, you must take RMDs. Use this table as a guide.
Here’s where to turn if your employer’s retirement plan isn’t cutting it for you.
Work at a small business? You may be able to boost your retirement savings with a SIMPLE 401(k).
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We’re optimistic about our retirement finances, but many American workers don’t even have a retirement account.
Set a savings target. Research shows that people who do that attain more profitable, happier retirements.
Young folks have a leg up on older generations when it comes to building wealth. But they will likely have to give up something.
Last week’s column on long-term care insurance inspired many to write in with opposing views.
America’s most predominant retirement plan enables you to save on a tax favorable basis. It’s an opportunity that everyone should take advantage of.
Know the advantage and drawbacks of IRAs, 401(k)s and SEPs to most efficiently save for retirement.
Check out Bankrate’s tips on how to make the most of your savings once your retire.
You’re not getting a traditional pension? You can purchase a reasonable facsimile, but there are trade-offs.
The decision about whether to start at age 62 or wait depends on numerous factors, including your health, your financial situation and whether you want to keep working.
These small tips can mean big savings.