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Working During Retirement

Working During Retirement

  If you plan on working during your retirement, you’re not the only one. An increasing number of Americans plan to work at least some of the time during the course of their retirement years. According to the Employee Benefit Research Institute’s 2013 Retirement Confidence Survey, 69 % of workers [...]

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Is It Too Late to Save for Retirement?

Is It Too Late to Save for Retirement?

  Many Americans are facing this tough question.  But don’t worry– it’s never too late to start saving. Ideally, you should begin saving for retirement in your 20s. The longer you have to save the better your chances of having the kind of retirement lifestyle you desire. If you’re in [...]

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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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Saving for Your Retirement or Your Kids’ College Education

Saving for Your Retirement or Your Kids’ College Education

  With the pressures and demands of meeting current expenses like the mortgage, utilities, groceries, insurance and car payments many Americans find they can’t do it all.  There are options for paying for college, but you are likely to be primarily responsible for your retirement, says Martin Walcoe of David [...]

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How Realistic Are Americans’ Retirement Dreams?

How Realistic Are Americans’ Retirement Dreams?

  By Martin Walcoe Recent generations of Americans have grown up with a picture of retirement that’s based on their parents and grandparents: Stopping working at around age 65 or sooner in order to spend the rest of their lives traveling, visiting children and grandchildren, indulging in hobbies and recreation, [...]

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