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Thursday, March 16, 2017
This week’s retirement strategies and news
3 reasons why downsizing isn't just for empty-nesters
Downsizing into a smaller home has been a rite of passage almost exclusively for empty-nesters and retirees.
Should Social Security be privatized? Here's what the American public thinks
Should working Americans be allowed to invest a portion of their Social Security savings however they please?
Column: Most Americans can't afford their lifestyle and still retire
After sifting through the numbers, you'll quickly realize you can't afford half the things you think you need.
How to estimate your Social Security benefits
Get a good idea of what you should expect in retirement from Social Security.
A way for women to narrow the retirement savings gender gap
One big reason is that women, in particular, spend more time out of the workforce in order to care for children or other members of the family, which means they spend years with little to no income.
Do you need long-term care insurance?
Most don't buy long-term care insurance, yet the odds that you'll need it someday are much better than even.
Q&A: Same-sex union, foreign residency don't preclude getting Social Security
Q: I am a 65 and currently on Social Security disability insurance (SSDI). I was approved for SSDI in 2012, retroactive to 2003. I receive around $2,096 a month after Part B is deducted.
How to improve your readiness for retirement
Saving for retirement isn't easy, especially given the cost of basic living expenses and debt payments.
When is a Roth IRA better for you than a traditional IRA?
The debate over Roth vs. Traditional IRA comes down to 2 things: Flexibility and taxes.
Here's how the rich use their IRAs
Two strategies that the wealthy use maximize the tax savings from IRAs.
The Day In Pictures Gallery
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket lifts off from Pad 39A at Kennedy Space Center carrying the Echostar XXIII communications satellite.
Teen who starved to death found in diaper on linoleum floor, records show
Trump's federal budget would eliminate dozens of agencies and programs
President Trump and a Pulitzer winner engage in Twitter war over tax returns
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