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Planning for today’s dual retirement
Things can get complicated when both halves of the couple are considering retirement.
Talking turkey about Alzheimer’s
Holidays can be a good time to initiate tough conversations.
DOL says ‘yes’ to state-run retirement plans
The DOL issued a proposal that would make it easier for employees with no current access to a workplace retirement plan to save.
IRS raises deductions for long-term care
Uncle Sam will help you pay for long-term care insurance.
Greg McBride: A nest egg no-no
In case of financial emergency, do you break into your retirement savings? Many people do.
Keep working, get more Social Security
Erasing low-earning or zero years from your Social Security earnings record can raise your benefits.
Tech that older drivers should love
These 10 automotive advances may keep you on the road longer.
MyRAs open the door to rookie savers
New government savings accounts make saving for retirement easy, cheap and risk-free.
Social Security changes — devil is in the details
The end of 2 strategies will be costly and confusing for many Social Security recipients.
Where GOP debaters stand on Social Security
There was lots of wind but little substance during Wednesday night's Republican debate.
Retirees leave work and love it
Freedom beats having a steady paycheck or a big savings account.
Congress patches Social Security, Medicare
Social Security Disability, pensions and other retirement benefits also see changes in the deal.
Just say ‘no’ to computer scams
If a stranger calls and offers to "fix" your computer, hang up.
IRS sets 2016 retirement savings limits
Hit the limit for a more prosperous retirement.
Maximize your real estate equity
Retirees with flexibility have an opportunity to time when they sell and when they buy.
Save now, celebrate later
The best way to recognize National Save for Retirement Week is to stick a few more dollars in the kitty.