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Thursday, June 7, 2018
This week’s retirement strategies and news
Social Security: Will I not get spousal benefits because of state retirement pension?
Does a state pension block me from collecting spousal Social Security? And, when calculating when to claim benefits, does a discounted rate affect the break-even age?
9 legal ways to use your retirement savings early
If you qualify for one of these exceptions, you could tap your IRA, 401(k), or other retirement accounts early.
Here's how the Social Security retirement benefit formula works
Do you know how much retirement income to expect from Social Security?
Here are 37 states that don't tax Social Security benefits (and 13 that do)
Here's a quick guide to the 37 states that don't tax Social Security benefits, how Social Security is taxed on the federal level, and what you need to know if your state isn't on the tax-free Social Security list.
Need cash fast? Ask 4 questions before rushing to a lender to borrow money
When you need money in a crisis — to pay for car repairs, an overdue bill, or a trip to the emergency room — you may not take time to think about your financial future. But being smart about how and from whom you borrow could save you mon
47% of American pre-retirees failed this basic Social Security quiz. Can you pass it?
Nearly half of Americans age 50 and older couldn’t answer at least four of these five questions.
Your retirement countdown: 5 moves to make before calling it quits
If you're nearing retirement, you're most likely excited for what lies ahead. But before you say goodbye to the workforce, there are a few steps you'll need to take to ensure that you're ready for this giant milestone.
Want to join the 401(k) millionaires club? Here's how to do it
A growing number of workers have managed to amass $1 million in their retirement funds -- and you can do the same.
Let’s get real about planning: What an average retirement costs
According to the latest data, “older households” — defined as those run by someone 65 and older — spend an average of $45,756 per year, or roughly $3,800 a month. That’s about $1,000 less than the monthly average spent b
Separating retirement myths from retirement realities comes down to what works for you
What works in theory doesn’t always work in reality. And that is true in retirement. Do you need to replace 70% of your final earnings from various sources, for example? Here’s what the experts had to say.
The Day In Pictures Gallery
Iraqis inspect the aftermath of an explosion in Baghdad's Sadr City district on June 7, 2018. At least 16 people were killed and dozens injured after an arms depot exploded in the Sadr City district of the Iraqi capital late yesteday, security and me
Fourth-grader's talent show cover of John Lennon's 'Imagine' goes viral
CNN: Trump joked about Canada burning White House in War of 1812 in call with Trudeau
Trump grants clemency to grandma whose case was championed by Kim Kardashian West
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