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When Expectations Clash with Reality

Many Americans want – even expect – to live past 90, yet they don’t prepare for the reality of living to a ripe old age, finds a new survey. The survey, sponsored by the Stanford Center on Longevity and Time, found that expectations are bound to clash with reality, for many Americans. For instance, more […]

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New Tool Helps with Retirement Planning

A new online tool from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is designed to help Americans with retirement planning, including decisions about when to claim their Social Security benefits. With Americans living longer, retirement planning often involves tough decisions, and trade-offs. And the claiming-age decision regarding Social Security is a big one. CFPB said that […]

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Americans Are Using Retirement Savings to Cover Emergencies

Americans Are Using Retirement Savings to Cover Emergencies

A lot has been written about how so few Americans are really prepared for retirement. We usually see this expressed as a lack of adequate savings, but there’s another side to the coin. In fact, many Americans do save for retirement, then find themselves using these funds well short of retirement age, to cover emergency […]

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Turbo Charge Your Retirement

Q:  I’m in my 40s and haven’t saved nearly enough to prepare for retirement. How can I “turbo-charge” my retirement savings to catch up? A:  The good news is that you still have a lot of peak earning years ahead of you. Many people don’t hit their professional stride until they reach their 40s, 50s […]

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Early retirement costs you might have missed and how to save for them

Retiring early is the dream. You get to spend more time with your family and enjoy your hobbies while you’re healthy enough to do so. You can say goodbye to the workaday world and begin your permanent vacation. Maybe it’s less of a dream and more of a necessity. Maybe health problems like chronic pain […]

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Early Retirement Costs You Might Have Missed and How to Save for Them

Early Retirement Costs You Might Have Missed and How to Save for Them

Early retirement is the dream. You get to spend more time with your family and enjoy your hobbies while you’re healthy enough to do so. You can say goodbye to the workaday world and begin your permanent vacation. Maybe it’s less of a dream and more of a necessity. Maybe health problems like chronic pain […]

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