Articles in Retirement

NerdWallet

Spring Forward: How to Weed, Seed and Feed Your Portfolio for Better Growth

3/17/2014, 2:14 pm from NerdWallet in Personal Finance, Retirement, Investing Ideas, Stocks

It has been our winter of discontent. But now, as a welcome melt begins and spring hints of its coming, we look to weed, seed and feed our garden – as well as our investment portfolio -- for… Read More

BlackRock

Social Security: A Statement of the (Not So) Obvious

3/14/2014, 12:50 pm from BlackRock in Investing, Retirement

It's a benefit you've been purchasing your entire working life, but like legions of other Americans, you may not be aware of exactly what you've bought and, more importantly, the options and… Read More

Kiplinger

There's No Place Like a Medical Home

3/14/2014, 9:00 am from Kiplinger in Personal Finance, Retirement

Joe McDonald, 70, of Fairfax, Va., really likes his primary care doctor. And it's no wonder. The retired finance manager can get same day appointments at the Fairfax Family Practice, e mail his… Read More

Bart Brooks

Checking Accounts for Seniors: Find the One That's Right For You

3/13/2014, 8:46 am from Bart Brooks in Personal Finance, Banking and Loans, Basics, Retirement

If you're a senior citizen, you may want to consider signing up for a checking account tailored to your needs. According to Bankrate.com , seniors are still among the lucky few who can score… Read More

Joe Young

4 Essential Tips to Ensure Your Portfolio Makes it Through Your Retirement

3/12/2014, 9:31 am from Joe Young in Personal Finance, Retirement, Banking and Loans, Travel and Lifestyle

For many Americans, $500,000 to $1 million is the goal quantity they would like to have in their portfolios at retirement. Those who reach this goal (or even save more) doubtlessly have had to… Read More

Bankrate

7 Tips On Finding The Best Savings Account

3/12/2014, 8:44 am from Bankrate in Personal Finance, Banking and Loans, Basics, Retirement

By Constance Gustke for Bankrate.com A savings account may sound plain vanilla, but they come in many different flavors. So when choosing a place to stash your savings, it pays to shop… Read More

Kiplinger

What Heirs Need to Know About Reverse Mortgages

3/12/2014, 8:30 am from Kiplinger in Personal Finance, Retirement

If you have a reverse mortgage, let your heirs know. Soon after you die, your lender must be repaid. Heirs will need to quickly settle on a course of action. If one spouse has died but the… Read More

BlackRock

When Pension Pain Signals Bigger Ills: Three Symptoms to Look For

3/10/2014, 12:36 pm from BlackRock in Investing, Retirement

In my last post , I shared my views on why pension reform is gaining traction in states throughout the country, and why this is generally good news for muni investors. While we do not believe… Read More

Bankrate

7 Retirement Surprises Awaiting You

3/10/2014, 10:51 am from Bankrate in Personal Finance, Retirement, Banking and Loans, Basics

By Sheyna Steiner for Bankrate.com Think you know what's coming after you leave work? You might expect sunny days and free time to do anything you please. But you might be in for some… Read More

Jim Cahn

3 Things Your Wealth Manager Doesn’t Want You To Know

3/7/2014, 9:05 am from Jim Cahn in Investing, Investing Ideas, Retirement, Stocks

Affluent investors hungry for advice have their pick of wealth managers to advise them. I should know, I’m in the business and it’s a crowded field. However, I’m also able to see what a lot of my… Read More

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