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Thursday, May 10, 2018
This week’s retirement strategies and news
Out of reach? Why women have to save twice as much as men for retirement
Women make up about half of the U.S. workforce, own almost 12 million businesses and 40% of women are the breadwinners in their households. And after their careers are over, a woman has to save nearly twice as much of her earnings during he
Carrying debt into retirement and past age 75 has become the new normal
Americans are used to making payments on credit cards, mortgages and other types of debt. What's different now is the rising proportion of seniors carrying debt into late retirement years.
Thinking about where to retire? Here are 30 great U.S. cities for older Americans
The U.S. is on the verge of a massive surge of retirement in the coming years. For those millions of retiring Americans who are looking to find a place to live , many considerations in mind. Here is a list of the best cities for older Americans to re
Risk assessment: Are you comfortable with your target-date retirement fund?
Is your target-date fund the right one for you? It’s a question worth asking, especially as the markets move from a steady upward trajectory to a zigzag line.
Retirement planning: 7 Social Security "did you know" moments to consider
The American public doesn't know much about Social Security. And while there's a laundry list of things they don't know, the following seven facts stand out most of all.
Income threat: 4 mistakes that could slash your overall Social Security benefits
Though Social Security was never designed to sustain retirees by itself, it can serve as a substantial income source. That's why it's crucial to get the most money out of the program as possible.
Analysis: Awful Social Security idea to fund parental leave is gaining steam
The Independent Women's Forum, a conservative think tank, introduced the idea of using Social Security benefits as a means to bolster paid leave following the birth of a child. In return, parents would have to wait longer to claim retired-worker ben
How do you ditch money-draining financial habits? It takes specific solutions
We can typically change the habits that don’t deliver pleasure. Financial habits which bring us joy -- even bad ones -- are a different story.
Will your expenses stay the same in Retirement?
The quick answer: Maybe. But you'll need to plan for a variety of scenarios regardless.
Short on cash? Some notes of caution — and tips — about tapping retirement savings
Americans get a regular flow of information about investing in retirement plans. But they also need to pay attention to preretirement withdrawals.
The Day In Pictures Gallery
President Trump, from left, greets Tony Kim, Kim Hak Song, seen in the shadow, and Kim Dong Chul, three Americans detained in North Korea for more than a year, as they arrive at Andrews Air Force Base in Md., May 10, 2018. First lady Melania Trump al
CDC: 28 more sickened from E. coli in romaine lettuce, total up to 149 in 29 states
Thousands of Facebook ads bought by Russians to fool U.S. voters released by Congress
Monica Lewinsky says she was uninvited from event when Bill Clinton decided to attend
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