Retirement

  • How Millennials Can Prepare for Retirement in a Stagnant Economy

    The economic downturn has been extremely difficult for millions of Americans. Young adults (often referred to as millennials) have been among those impacted the most. Millennials are struggling with few career opportunities, stagnant wages and crippling student debts. These challenges have made it…

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  • The Biggest Retirement Mistakes You're Making

    You can't start saving for retirement too soon, but there are a lot of mistakes you can make. Here are some common ones.

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  • How to Avoid Retirement Burnout

    Without a reasonable amount of variety, challenge and newness, retirement could turn out to be far less enjoyable than you hoped for. After working so hard to get there, it is important to stay active and engaged in retirement. Just because you may be less physically nimble does not mean you have…

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  • Who's Got the Best Retirement Plan?

    Some companies will put in money even if employees don't; "others are sheer profit machines"

    BusinessWeek
  • The new generation gap is all about money

    Parents in their 50s and 60s think they’ve done a great job talking with their adult kids about their estate and retirement plans. Their kids think just the opposite. It’s the new Generation Gap.

    MarketWatch
  • The Secret of Saving Less for Retirement: Work Until 70

    To retire comfortably at 65, a 35-year-old should save 15 percent of his income. If he's willing to work five more years, he can save a lot less.

    BusinessWeek
  • 5 Obstacles to Early Retirement

    Early retirement is a dream for many employees toiling away at dissatisfactory jobs. The 2014 Retirement Confidence Survey by the Employee Benefit Research Institute found that half of all workers have less than $10,000 saved for retirement.

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