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Sometimes it makes sense to tap your retirement account. Understand the trade-offs.
These money maxims can help keep your finances afloat, but each comes with a warning.
Many bury their heads in the sand when it comes to retirement savings. How about you?
The decision about when to take Social Security is complex and depends on several factors.
Young people who make retirement planning a priority can amass a lot of money over time.
Employee stock ownership plans are risk-free, unless you rely on them exclusively for retirement.
It’s not always a good idea to take your retirement account with you when you leave an employer.
Employers are beginning to offer lifetime income options in retirement plans. Should you go for it?
Keep track of retirement savings by re-evaluating your plans at these milestones along the way.
These big life events warrant scrutiny of your finances by a qualified financial professional.
In this barren environment, retirees must search far and wide to find investments with decent yield.