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When I turned 30, I told myself, I’d get serious about putting some things in motion so that I’d be financially secure later in life, after age 65.
It’s tempting to call it a career before 60. But Social Security may keep you at work.
Delaying Social Security payments typically pays off for recipients. But not always.
Single-payer health care would hike taxes. It could also boost retirement security.
Don’t let savings languish in an old 403(b) account — take responsibility for growing your money.
Social Security can be tricky. Follow these tips so you won’t lose out on benefits.
When you’re young, you can save a little now and reap big rewards later.
Need to use IRA cash? These early withdrawals don’t trigger the usual 10 percent tax.
The 401(k)-cash-out option leads to three big ways to come out poorer. Do this instead to keep your retirement money working for you.
There may be exceptions to the usual advice to wait until your full retirement age.
Here’s how to get that nest egg going quickly when you’ve got no time to waste.