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There are a few simple things you can do to make planning for the future easier. Things like establishing a savings habit, making it automatic, and calculating how much you'll need...

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It's never a wrong time to start planning for retirement. Many people believe they're too young to worry about it, but the sooner you start planning, the better. It helps to start ...

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Many factors come into play when considering where to retire. Cost of living is important to ensure the area is affordable. This includes housing expenses and local taxes. Some ret...

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You already know how important it is to save for retirement, and you have a variety of choices. This article will cover four of the most popular options in an effort to help you de...

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While beach-filled states like Florida immediately come to mind when one thinks of retirement, there are plenty of other factors to consider outside of warm weather and proximity t...

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Retirement should be a time to enjoy life. You should be able to relax and not worry about money anymore. To do that you need to think about your pension at every stage of your car...

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In the world of retirement investments, annuities may be one of the best-kept secrets. As the Retirement Living Information Center notes, annuities can provide you with a steady in...

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What does full retirement age actually mean? It's the age when you are able to receive your "full" retirement benefits from Social Security. You can retire before your full retirem...

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Copyright © 2020 AARP Social Security faces a shortfall. To pay benefits, Social Security will increasingly rely on its trust funds because revenues from the payroll tax aren’t suf...

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If you are up for the challenge, and plan smart, you, too, can retire at 55. But an earlier, extra long retirement means extra planning! Jeff Rose, CFP® | September 23, 2020 The FI...