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How to Maximize Your Social Security Benefits

Most of us anticipate that our retirement incomes will be derived from several sources, such as withdrawals from a retirement account, a pension or annuity, and of course, Social Security. Part of the retirement planning process involves maximizing each of those sources,…

Rolling Over Your 401(k) to an IRA

At some point during your career, you might find yourself deciding what to do with an “old” 401(k). This typically refers to a 401(k) fund to which you can no longer contribute (such as in the case of changing employers or being…

What to Do if You Don’t Have a 401(k)

Planning for retirement can be confusing for all of us. But if you’re one of the 38 million private-sector workers who don’t have access to an employer-provided 401(k), you’re probably feeling left out of the conversation entirely. We hear you! If you’re…

Rising Medicare Premiums Make an Important Point About Retirement Planning

By now, you have probably heard that premiums for Original Medicare Part B, along with deductibles for both Part A and B, were increased just slightly for 2019. This is no surprise, as Medicare premiums and deductibles do change periodically. For those…

3 End of Year Steps to Take Right Now

We’re all a bit rushed toward the end of the year, but it’s important to set aside a moment to review your financial decisions at this time. There are three things you should do before December 31, in order to make the…

Good News: You Can Save More for Retirement Next Year

Throughout the years, your exact plans for retirement might change in small ways or even significantly. But one thing we know for sure is that you really can’t save too much for retirement. Luckily, in 2019, the contribution limits for qualified retirement…

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Your Empty Nest Provides Room for Retirement Savings August 20, 2014
Your Empty Nest Provides Room for Retirement Savings

  Once the children have grown up and moved out, many couples find the “empty nest” years to be fun and fulfilling. Now that the kids are gone and paying their own bills, you may find that you have more money to…

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Retirement: Special Considerations for Women August 13, 2014
Retirement: Special Considerations for Women

Women often express concerns over having enough money for retirement, and it’s no wonder: One study found that the average retirement savings for women age 65 to 69 is 22 percent less than that of men of the same age. When you…

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Watch Out for these Milestone Birthdays August 5, 2014
Watch Out for these Milestone Birthdays

As we age, we tend to think all of our big milestones are behind us. You were able to drive at 16, you voted at age 18, and so on. Yet, when it comes to planning for retirement, there are several important…

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4 Questions to Ask Yourself About Retirement July 23, 2014
4 Questions to Ask Yourself About Retirement

One huge misconception about planning for retirement is that you only need to answer one question: How much do I need to save? It’s a myth that there is some one-size-fits-all number out there, and all you have to do is discover…

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Lower Your Healthcare Costs in Retirement July 16, 2014
Lower Your Healthcare Costs in Retirement

  When you’re planning for retirement, accounting for the cost of healthcare becomes an important part of your overall equation. In fact, the burden of healthcare can be so great that retirement appears impossible to many people. According to a recent study…

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