ads by Clixsense
Thursday, June 28, 2018
This week’s retirement strategies and news
Should you invest in a retirement annuity? 4 key points to consider
Annuities are complicated products, and investors sometimes buy them for the wrong reasons. One expert says the decision largely can be boiled down to four key questions.
8 steps to building a better nest egg for your retirement years
Stephen Wendel, head of behavioral science at Morningstar, recently laid out eight changes that could help retirement savers do a better job of building a nest egg.
No nest egg? Here's how to pull off that retirement plan anyway
Some people have no choice but to retire without any savings. Here's what to do if you're one of them.
This key Social Security funding source has already peaked: A Foolish Take
Having climbed through the 1990s and 2000s, interest on the Social Security trust fund hit a peak of $118.35 billion in 2009. Since then, the number has fallen off dramatically, amounting to $85.12 billion in 2017.
Retiring with debt? More Americans are. Here are some strategies
Americans nearing or already in retirement likely have higher levels of debt than past generations. Job cuts and health issues add to struggles.
San Francisco is the worst US city for you to retire in. Here's why
The Bay Area has it all in terms of high property taxes, health-care costs and living expenses. The median list price of a home in San Francisco is $1.19 million. The most affordable locale is Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Retirement complications: Beware of hidden taxes when the career ends
Your taxes in retirement may be a lot more complicated than taxes while you’re working. Here’s what to expect when you hit retirement age.
If you're in your 50s, here's how to get serious about planning for retirement
People in their 50s should focus on saving more and eliminating bad debt, financial advisers say. Once you reach the half-century mark, you can put an extra $6,000 in your 401(k) account as a catch-up contribution. This is also a good time to think a
Credit card debt vs. 401(k) investing: Which should you focus your financial resources on?
Here's how to navigate one of the tricker money issues: aggressively paying down credit card debt, or aggressively saving for retirement.
I make $100,000. How much will I get from Social Security?
Here’s what a career six-figure earner can expect each month in retirement benefits and how the benefit-calculation process works so you can apply it to your own unique situation.
The Day In Pictures Gallery
Thai officers supervise the rescue mission inside Tham Luang Nang Non cave on in Chiang Rai, Thailand. Rescuers battle heavy rain in northern Thailand as they continued the search for 12 boys and their soccer coach who have been missing in Tham Luang
Justice Anthony Kennedy to retire, opening Supreme Court seat for President Trump
President Trump says process to replace Kennedy on Supreme Court will 'begin immediately'
Two Telemundo TV hosts suspended after making racist gestures during World Cup celebration
To forward this e-mail to a friend,
You are currently subscribed to this newsletter with the address: firstname.lastname@example.org. To UNSUBSCRIBE, please
© 2018 USA TODAY, a division of Gannett Satellite Information Network, LLC.
7950 Jones Branch Drive, McLean, VA 22108
Share to Twitter
Share to Facebook
Share to Pinterest
Post a Comment
Post Comments (Atom)