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While retirement itself may seem an impossible dream, with good planning and aggressive saving, you may be able to actually retire — early.
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Classic asset allocation teaches investors to diversify for safety. Apply this strategy to your retirement to keep the bills paid, even in a bad economy.
Workers nearing retirement should a take close look at their retirement funds. With aggressive saving, there's still time to top off those accounts for a comfortable retirement.
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You might think you know the amount of money you'll need for a comfortable retirement — but you could be basing that off the wrong
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Taking care of your parents when they get older is a very personal decision. Here are some factors you should consider in the decision-making process.
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If you live in Canada, you should definitely make a Tax Free Savings Account (TFSA) part of your retirement savings plan. Here's why.
For those of us in our 20s, managing our finances is stressful enough, and saving for retirement can seem impossible. But you CAN make it happen — here's how.
Depending on your situation and your goals, opting out of your 401(k) plan can be a smart financial decision.
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