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3 hrs ago | Times-Standard
Retirement has become a good news/bad news scenario. The good news is we're living longer and the bad news is we're going to need more money.
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6 hrs ago | WMUR-TV Manchester
If you have not reviewed your retirement plan holdings lately, you may be surprised at what you find.
10 hrs ago | The Economist
WHAT to do with your money when you retire? It is a question that worries many workers in their late 50s and early 60s as they prepare to forsake the daily commute.
13 hrs ago | Rediff.com
While announcing that government is notifying the minimum pension under the Employees' Pension Scheme-1995 , Finance Minister Arun Jaitley also stated in his budget speech on Thursday that wage ceiling covering organised sector workers under schemes run by EPFO has been raised to Rs 15,000 per month from existing Rs 6,500.
Many pre-retirees have seen their investment portfolios drop in recent years, leaving them wondering what can be done to have money saved up to retire.
Michael Falk from Focus Consulting explained the reasoning behind using a 3% or 4% withdrawal rate with Morningstar.
After years of saving up for retirement , there will come a time when you need to start spending your nest egg.
Government's proposed retirement reforms will encourage individuals to receive their retirement payouts monthly and not as a once-off lump sum, the National Treasury said on Wednesday.
When it comes to family conversations, many parents aren't discussing their retirement plans or other financial matters with their adult children.
Paul Merriman is committed to educating people of all ages to get the most from their retirement investments.
Living in a villa in rural Italy. Enjoying the beaches of Florida. Skydiving in the Swiss Alps.
They argue against the conventional wisdom that retirees should invest according to their "investment personality," which is shorthand for seeking to maximize return within their tolerance for risk.
But there are things you can control, from small to big: everything from the kind of car you drive to the amount of money you put into savings each month.
A friend recently told me he's planning to retire but is worried about his financial ability to do so.
The word "retirement" has pleasant connotations. It's a life phase rooted in the American psyche.
Are you basing your retirement plans on myths that make you afraid to save too much - and lead you to believe you won't need that much money anyway? If so, you could be missing opportunities to start putting aside money early when you get the biggest benefit from compound interest and tax-free growth.
Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 04:37 pm
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