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Social Security has become one of the most expected means of retirement income, but it was only meant to be an emergency fund. [Read More]
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Americans need to save more for their futures, but what happens when they finally do? [Read More]
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65- to 74-year-olds only have an average of $300,000 in their defined contribution plans. [Read More]
Housing prices continue to rise, but the cost of buying a home varies greatly by state. [Read More]
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Housing prices continue to rise, but the cost of buying a home varies greatly by metropolitan area. [Read More]
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Retirement news and analysis. [Read More]
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First crop tops and 'Will & Grace,' now Tamagotchis and 'Titanic.'... [Read More]
Housing prices continue to rise, but the cost of buying a home varies greatly by metropolitan area. [Read More]
Out of 11 wealthy Western countries, the U.S. has the sickest senior citizens. Americans 65 and older were more likely to be sick than their... [Read More]
In some countries, one in five senior citizens have unmet needs for social services. [Read More]
The surprising way 'Rothifying' the catch-up contribution could help some workers . [Read More]
Diabetes is linked to obesity, and both conditions are on the rise. [Read More]
The multi-billionaire's $50 million donation to Alzheimer's disease is a step in the right direction. [Read More]
Streaming outpaced CD sales for the first time last year, but some artists are holding out. [Read More]
Spending too much or too little can cause different kinds of emotional pain. [Read More]
A lot has been done for retirement saving — auto-escalation, auto-enrollment, nudging — but more has to be done. [Read More]
For some, this is the beginning of a new phase of retirement savings. [Read More]
The time to decide if you have — or had — enough. [Read More]
It's all about 'catching up' now. [Read More]
Now's the time to maximize your savings. [Read More]
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