This healthcare REIT has held up relatively well so far, but the big issue that management is watching is still in recovery mode.
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Fink was a flight attendant for United Airlines (UAL) for 36 years before hanging up her coffee flask and her inflatable jacket in February. Fink is moving from Chicago to Minneapolis, where she is opening three Clean Juice organic food and juice bar franchises—the first three in the state of Minnesota. “It’s upending my husband and his job, and moving my other two kids up to Minneapolis,” Fink says.
OUTSIDE THE BOX It’s embarrassing to admit in a public forum that I failed at retirement. But I’m doing so — because I think people can learn from me, and thereby avoid making the same mistakes. I spent my entire 38-year career in the banking industry.
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Want to retire with a million dollars? Of course you do! That kind of sum might allow you to pay off your mortgage entirely before entering retirement, while providing income in your later years, too.
Can I retire at 55? It’s a question you might be asking yourself if you’re hoping to make an early exit from the workforce. While normal retirement age for most people usually means 65 or older, early retirement could give … Continue reading → The post Can You Retire at Age 55? Let’s Run the Numbers appeared first on SmartAsset Blog.
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Almost 100 million people are making a huge mistake when it comes to retirement planning. A recent Nationwide Financial study found that around 40% of adults across America believe that Social Security benefits alone should be sufficient to live on. Future retirees anticipating they can rely solely on Social Security will likely be surprised to find out how low their benefits end up being once they start getting their checks.
For retirement savers who want to help make sure their money lasts as long as they do, this very basic planning method is an oldie but a goodie.
Nearly 400,000 people moved for retirement in 2020, a study conducted by HigherAHelper found. While the study’s data showed that retirees are twice as likely to move to a new state than all other movers, more than a quarter of … Continue reading → The post Best Small Cities for Retirement – 2021 Study appeared first on SmartAsset Blog.
If you become insignificant in retirement, you lose identity, purpose, and a part of yourself. Here are some ways to avoid that.
Nationwide thinks that its new product can change retirement planning for the majority of Americans who do not have access to traditional pension plans. The financial services company is working with Capital Group (the home of American Funds) and Annexus Retirement Solutions to … Continue reading → The post Two Popular Retirement Products Are Frankensteining Into One: Want In? appeared first on SmartAsset Blog.
Financial resolutions are common, including saving more for retirement. For many people, a 401(k) is their main retirement savings vehicle, so it's important to make sure to get the most out of it....
Someone who inherits a non-qualified annuity will only have to pay income taxes on any earnings from the annuity when they are withdrawn. Inheriting a qualified annuity, on the other hand, means owing taxes on any withdrawals from the annuity, … Continue reading → The post What Is an Inherited Non-Qualified Annuity? appeared first on SmartAsset Blog.
Income is finite, but the need to fund both retirement and college is endless. How do you divide and conquer?
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Prepare yourself for some startling Social Security statistics: According to the Social Security Administration (SSA), Social Security benefits on average make up about 30% of elderly Americans' income. How much are Social Security benefits? For the best estimate of how much you will receive in Social Security benefits in the future, head over to the SSA website and set up a "my Social Security" account.
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Pension managers, facing shortfalls, are turning to risky bets on private equity, private loans and real estate to plug gaps in their “leaking bucket.”
According to the Social Security Administration, when a worker files for retirement benefits, their spouse may be eligible for a benefit based on the worker's earnings. This spousal benefit also...
The simplicity of target date funds has made them popular, particularly among 401(k) savers. But investors may be paying a price.