Joan and Steve Reid planned to retire happily by slashing their spending after moving from New York to less-costly Florida in 2019. Here's what happened.
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Kathryn Hahn will star as Joan Rivers in The Comeback Girl, an upcoming limited series on Showtime.
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Do you have $25,000? Would you like to turn it into $436,235? Well, the stock market can do that for you -- and it can powerfully increase the value of just about any investment, whether it's $25,000 or $2,500, or just $250.
The pandemic has changed many Americans' retirement plans, most notably those of younger generations, as Gen Z and millennials are now saying they intend to retire in their 50s, according to a new...
Thinking about estate plans usually evokes an image of a wealthy family summoning their family lawyer to make sure their summer homes pass through to the children while evading taxes. Modern estate...
Many of the themes he discusses had already been on the minds of boomers and Generation X as we began thinking of our own living situations with children launched perhaps, or eyeing second acts, as well as finding the right living situations for our aging parents, but the pandemic accelerated it. Frederick and I have known each other for a number of years as we have kibitzed at various conferences centered on retirement and aging, and to me this topic is more important than ever.
Today's "Financially Savvy Female" column was inspired by one of our readers who asked, "Knowing that the life expectancy of women is greater than men, how do wives plan financially for a life without...
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Medicare's fall open enrollment is now in full swing through early December. Many seniors opt for Medicare Advantage plans as an alternative to original Medicare. When you sign up for original Medicare, there's a standard Part B premium that applies to all enrollees except for high earners, who are subject to a surcharge.
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Woman dumbfounded after discovering the ‘ridiculous’ cost of her boyfriend’s new hobby: ‘He’s hiding something’
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Sixty-five has long been the magic age for retirement. But the expected age of retirement is becoming more diverse for the majority of non-retired U.S. adults, according to a Gallup Poll. Twenty-five...
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In a new interview with Yahoo Finance's Adam Shapiro, Edward Jones managing partner Penny Pennington discussed how retirement saving can be considered a 'three-legged stool' including a 401K or IRA, social security and one other key way to save.
When you retire, you enter a new financial phase of life -- so it makes sense that your financial plans and concerns would be different than they were during your time in the working world. A recent...
Whether or not Social Security retirement benefits will be around when today's young workers retire is up for debate. It's currently paying out more than what's coming in, and the Social Security...
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People working with a financial advisor have 25% more assets than those who don't, according to Edward Jones Managing Partner Penny Pennington.
Will this once-in-a-century event change retirement so more of us can realize our goals and the potential of extra years of life?
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A Roth IRA can be a very important part of your overall retirement savings strategy. Here's why you should consider opening one.
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Saving for retirement is an important thing to do throughout your career. An individual retirement account (IRA) is a great place for your retirement savings. If you open a traditional IRA, you'll receive tax-free gains and you may get a tax break on your contributions.
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In a new interview with Yahoo Finance’s Adam Shapiro, Edward Jones Managing Partner Penny Pennington breaks down her career path at the company, top concerns for her clients, balancing 401(k) during retirement, and much more.
One of the easiest ways to set yourself up for a financially secure future is to contribute to your workplace retirement savings account -- but many women are not doing this. According to a recent...
If you need evidence of the importance lawmakers place on personal retirement savings, look no further than the growing movement by state governments to provide retirement plans to workers whose...
Planning for retirement takes some level of strategy because it requires us to consider not only how to build wealth but how to protect it as well. Employers offer 401(k)s to address the first need, but careful planning can help … Continue reading → The post Can You Get a Tax Deduction for Your 401(k)? appeared first on SmartAsset Blog.