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Get the latest information on individual retirement accounts, 401(k) plans and other retirement strategies.
Not all retirement plans are equal. Find out the ones that work best for you.
The spousal IRA allows a spouse who did not have earned income to contribute to an IRA.
Here’s a helpful guide to how much you need in savings over the course of your life.
Both kinds of plans can be started relatively fast and without many of the hassles of traditional plans.
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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.
Recent laws make it more difficult for Americans to qualify for nursing home benefits through Medicaid.
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.
Last week’s Deficit Reduction Act wasn’t all bad news, as it does provide some breaks for college plan savers.
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.
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