How can I make sure that the money I’ve saved will last my whole retirement?: One of Americans’ biggest fears is that they’ll run out of money in their old age, but there are ways to prevent that.
I love cool weather and the outdoors to hike but can’t afford to stay in Oakland — where should I retire in the western U.S.?: Want to move for retirement but not sure where to go? Check out MarketWatch’s column “Where Should I Retire?”
America’s retirement savings system is deeply flawed — can it be fixed? Here are some ideas: Retirement security is a major concern for some financial experts, but not all hope is lost.
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More in retirement news:
China’s Hong Kong Crackdown: Billions in retirement money blocked for UK Emigres (Bloomberg)
Gov. Cuomo files for retirement, effective September 1 (RochesterFirst)
Why your spend down retirement phase requires planning (Standard-Examiner)
Aaron Rodgers’ ‘meditation’ saved Packers from retirement catastrophe (New York Post)
Greensboro retirement facility shares insight on nationwide requirement to vaccinate nursing home workers (WFMY)
Research and Insight:
34% of workers have made this mistake with their retirement savings (Fox Business)
3 steps to $1.9 million in retirement savings (The Motley Fool)
Be honest with yourself about what you want out of retirement (Kiplinger)
$1M is no longer the standard nest egg — here’s how much most Americans think you actually need to retire (Yahoo Finance)
Disability discrimination and aging workers (Center for Retirement Research at Boston College)
To share with your family, friends and clients:
Why you should test-drive your retirement
I’m 33 and want to retire at 40, but have expensive medical needs — how can I achieve financial independence?
How much? Times walkout Bari Weiss breaks the rules, makes a mint
Why won’t anyone hire this 60-year-old?
You have a purpose, you just need to find it — and it’s one of the most important things for your retirement