Retirement
The Widow or Widower’s Guide to Social Security Benefits
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The loss of a spouse is devastating, and in that situation, the last thing you want to worry about is money. Unfortunately, as a widow or widower, money is often one of the most important things to think about. And Social Security benefits are usually one of the first—and trickiest—financial resources to navigate. To help... Read More

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401k Early Withdrawal: What to Know Before You Cash Out
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When it comes to making a 401k early withdrawal, there are a number of reasons why it might be tempting. With millions still unemployed due to the pandemic, unexpected expenses are taking a particularly hard toll. One reason why early...

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Is Selling Your Home The Key To An Earlier Retirement?
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Selling your home before you retire could launch you into a much more comfortable retirement than you would have if you kept your home. Here are some reasons to consider selling your home in retirement.

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5 Sacrifices to Help You Max Out Your Retirement Account Next Year
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5 Sacrifices to Help You Max Out Your Retirement Account Next Year is a post originally published on: Everything Finance - Everything Finance - Its all about Money!

Are you at the point where you’re ready to invest more in retirement each month but aren’t quite sure how? Maybe you want to increase your savings rate but the numbers don’t add up. I’ve always said that saving something is better than nothing. If you can’t max out savings like your retirement account, it’s not a big deal and you can always work your way up to this goal year after year. We’ve put together 5 sacrifices to max out your retirement account. Right now, the maximum contribution limits for a 401(k) is $19,000 and $6,000 a traditional or

5 Sacrifices to Help You Max Out Your Retirement Account Next Year is a post originally published on: Everything Finance - Everything Finance - Its all about Money!

Will You Ever Be Able to Save Enough for Retirement?
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With the stock market still in roller coaster mode and more and more companies reducing or eliminating retirement benefits, many people—from Boomers and Generation Xers to savvy Millennials—are facing the fact that they need to seize control of their retirement financial plan. And they need to do it sooner rather than later. Boomers in particular... Read More

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What Long-Term Care Insurance Covers
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While Medicare and Medicaid both help aging adults afford some of their medical expenses, they may not cover the cost of an extended illness or disability. That’s where long-term care insurance comes into play. Long-term care insurance helps policyholders pay … Continue reading →

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How to Create Your Own Retirement Plan
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One of the good things of working for a company is that they create a retirement plan for you. As an employee, you don’t have to do anything else but to participate in the plan. However, when you’re self-employed or a small business owner, you’re responsible of setting up your own retirement plan. When it …

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IRA: #RealMoneyTalk, What Is That?
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  Some of us know it as I.R.A while others pronounce it “eye-ruh.” No matter if you’re team “I-R-A” or team “eye-ruh”, you should definitely know what it means!  These letters stand for Individual Retirement Account.  Don’t roll your eyes!...

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How To Retire At 50: 10 Easy Steps To Consider
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Can you retire at 50? On average, people usually retire at 65. But what if you want to retire 15 years earlier than that like  at 50? Is it doable? Below are 10 easy steps to take to retire at 50.  Retiring early can be challenging. Therefore, SmartAsset’s free tool can match you with  a …

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As Markets Wobble, Will We See a Wave of Reverse Mortgages?
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With retirement accounts taking a huge hit, one leading indicator shows we might soon see a wave of reverse mortgages.

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