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Get the latest information on individual retirement accounts, 401(k) plans and other retirement strategies.
Here’s what experts say you need to pay particular attention to.
Here’s how Social Security works, how it’s funded, and how it fits into your retirement plan.
The beneficiary is typically a person, but it could be any number of individuals as well as other entities.
Not all retirement plans are equal. Find out the ones that work best for you.
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Understanding the program’s finer points might help increase your retirement income.
Borrowing from your 401(k) is risky, but may be worth it depending on your situation.
Delaying Social Security payments typically pays off for recipients. But not always.
Start stashing cash while you’re young and you’ll be richly rewarded down the road.
Don’t let big expenses like a child’s college tuition thwart your savings goals.
You may have a lot to juggle in your 30s, but saving should remain a priority.
Heading back to work after retiring might hit your benefits check.
Members of the Financial Independence, Retire Early community should prepare now.
For many, working one day and then never again is not how the story goes.
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.