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RETIREMENT NEST EGG
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The Huge Milestone Baby Boomers Will Reach On July 1
When you turn 70.5, you have to start withdrawing from your retirement savings -- even if you don't want to.
Do Lucky Broads Like Betty White Retire?
Wm. Scott Page
CEO, Published Author and Celebrity
Will Your 110th Birthday Be Happy? The Financial Risks of Longer Life.
President, Weber Asset Management, mutual fund expert, and author
It seems just about every week we read a news story of some woman or man who is alive and living reasonably well past age 110. But leaving aside those exceptional few super-centenarians, just about everyone now knows someone who has reached triple digits.
Is Time Running Out to Take Control of Your Financial Future?
New York Times Best Selling Author
At about 30-years-old I started to notice that my birthdays seemed to arrive faster. Once I crossed 40, they hit breakneck speed. Have you ever experience this?
Retirement Recovery After Tapping That Nest Egg Early
Voya retirement coach, ASU finance professor and author
Why is taking money early from your retirement plan not ideal? First, Americans are already not saving enough for their retirements. In fact, the new National Institute on Retirement Security Retirement Savings Crisis study shows the dire state of most Americans retirement savings.
How To Retire With $1 Million
Social Security's Huge Incentive to Keep Working
Laurence J. Kotlikoff
BU Economics Professor; Author, 'Jimmy Stewart Is Dead'
How long do I intend to "work"? Hopefully, right up to my last day. And, as if I didn't have enough good reasons to work, Social Security offers me a significant incentive for doing so. The longer I work, the larger my Social Security benefits will be.
How To Make Your Nest Egg Last Longer
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The 77/11 Effect: Will It Hurt Someone You Know?
Director of Wealth Strategies for Women at Buckingham & The BA...
Given that Jane is likely to live five years longer than Joe -- a range that will get closer to seven years more by the time she reaches retirement, you can see that we have a problem brewing. And it's not a small one.
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