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How to Boost Your Retirement

Many people are looking for how to boost their retirement, especially when retirees depend on Social Security to pay their bills. However, Social Security was never intended to pay for all of your expenses and…

The Retirement Rule Making a Comeback in 2021

Unless you have a Roth IRA, you're obligated to remove a portion of your account balance each year once you turn 72. This is referred to as the required minimum distributions (RMDs) which are calculated…

Retirement Milestones to Reach by 50

Rome wasn't built in a day and neither is your retirement plan. Planning for retirement takes years of hard work and accountability. The sooner you get started the better off you'll be once you reach…

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These Retirement Tips Will Help Save You Money

The Coronavirus pandemic has left Americans worried about their money. After many individuals have faced unemployment at historic highs due to the virus studies have shown an increase if financial stress. Planning and saving for…

These Tips Will Help You Become a 401(k)…

Planning for retirement is a long road and there's no precise way to tell exactly how much money you'll need to have saved. There's no guarantee that a million-dollar 401(k) balance will carry you through…

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These Old School Rules Could Cost You

Retirement is expensive and difficult to plan for. That's why so many individuals planning for retirement seek out the advice from the experts. While there is a lot of great advice out there to help…

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How Anyone Can Retire With $1 Million

Financial advisors encourage those entering the workforce out of school to save 10-15 percent of their salary for retirement. Any less could lead to regrets. Any more could strain your budget. Starting young goes a…