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Retirement Planning Strategies For Your 60s

Retirement Planning Strategies For Your 60s

  For many people, the 60s are the decade when they’re nearing or ready to finally enter retirement. That’s why this decade is often considered to be the end of a long and winding retirement planning journey. In reality, though, the 60s are the start of a brand new journey [...]

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Providing Lifetime Income with Immediate Annuities

Providing Lifetime Income with Immediate Annuities

  Income is a primary concern for most retirees. One way to alleviate this concern is with immediate annuities, a financial alternative that can assist in meeting retirement income needs by offering a steady stream of income tailored to continue through retirement. An immediate annuity is a contract between you [...]

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How to Retire with a Million Bucks

How to Retire with a Million Bucks

  To many Americans, the thought of saving $1 million dollars over the course of their lives is a little overwhelming. It seems like such a large sum of money — and it is — that people often shrug off the goal of saving this much for retirement as unattainable. [...]

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How To Save for Retirement Regardless of Your Income

How To Save for Retirement Regardless of Your Income

It’s not uncommon for people to put off saving for retirement because they don’t think they earn enough money to open a retirement savings account. This is especially true for young people for whom retirement may be at least three or four decades away. Retirement is so far away, and [...]

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Review Your Pension Plan

Review Your Pension Plan

Just a year ago the city of Detroit officially filed for bankruptcy, becoming the largest municipal bankruptcy filing in U.S. history by debt, which is estimated to be between $18-20 billion. The practical result of this bankruptcy filing for city workers and retirees is that their pensions could be reduced, [...]

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The Retirement Disconnect: Confidence Doesn’t Mirror Practices

The Retirement Disconnect: Confidence Doesn’t Mirror Practices

  There’s good news and bad news when it comes to retirement savings in America, according to the results of the 2014 Retirement Confidence Survey, which were recently released by the Employee Benefits Research Institute and Greenwald Associates. The good news: The confidence of Americans in their ability to retire [...]

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