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Today we found articles on ways to get bigger checks from Social Security, cheats for waking yourself up during the week, and how to avoid leaving money on the table.
Your nest egg needs attention now if you want to ease smoothly into retirement later. No more excuses!
You made it! Now how exactly can you enjoy your retirement without worrying about your savings? Follow these rules of thumb.
Retire your fears of outliving your savings. Here's how to guarantee income in your golden years.
The Federal Reserve says nearly 20% of Americans almost ready for retirement have no retirement savings. None. Gulp.
So many of us dream of early retirement, but it comes at a price — often your nest egg. Can you afford to stop working early?
Why deal with burdensome taxes in your golden years? Make one of these tax-lenient states your new home base in retirement.
There's more to the golden years than meets the eye (and wallet). You may want to consider breaking these often misunderstood rules of retirement.
How are you calculating your retirement savings? Consider some often overlooked expenses — and savings — the next time you add it up.
Are you factoring medical costs into your retirement planning? You should be — here's how to avoid a health care shortage in your golden years.
You're ready for retirement in every way except your savings — now what? Catch up, supplement, and cut costs.
Don't retire just anywhere! These affordable, multifaceted cities are perfect for baby boomers to call home.
Now that Social Security offers early retirement, it's tempting to take the money and run. Before you do, understand how much you're giving up.
Everyone knows the basics about retirement, but there are still some surprises hidden in the complexity. Test your retirement knowledge!
New investors have a lot of advice to sift through — and it's not all good. Learn what to ignore and what to pay attention to.
If you want to make sure you're on the right financial track, add a review of your earnings to your annual tax-time financial routine.
Retirement planning has changed a lot since the economic downturn. But the things you need to understand and do are still very simple.
Many Americans aren't prepared, financially or otherwise, for retirement. Make these key decisions now, and retire easily later.
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