Articles in Retirement

NerdWallet

When to Change Your Investment Strategy

While you may not have the investing prowess of a Warren Buffett, you should know when to switch up your investment strategy. Many newcomers to investing simply pick a few funds to invest in and... Read >>

NerdWallet

When to Pick a Robo-Advisor—and When Not To

There’s a new breed of financial advisor taking the investing world by storm – “robo-advisors,” who promise to provide an automated, low-cost investing management service with minimal hands-on... Read >>

Bankrate

Investing Is A Sticky Wicket In 401(k)s

By Sheyna Steiner for Bankrate.com Workplace retirement plans such as 401(k)s are fantastic vehicles for the well-heeled, the frugal, investment professionals and those with the time and... Read >>

Kiplinger

Retirees Fare Poorly in Pension Advance Deals

It sounds like a win win Retirees looking for fast cash sell their future monthly pension payments, and individual investors who are buying them get steady income. But retirees on both sides of... Read >>

InvestorPlace Media

3 Tech Stocks For Retirement Investors

By Aaron Levitt, InvestorPlace Contributor For anyone in or approaching retirement , stability and safety are two of the most important attributes for investments. There simply isn’t enough... Read >>

Joe Young

Getting The Most Out Of Your Company's 401k Retirement Savings Plan

An employer’s 401k plan is the main means of saving for retirement for most Americans. A 401k can be an effective tool in your retirement savings toolbox if you make the most of what it has to... Read >>

Kiplinger

Retire in Style at a Continuing Care Retirement Community

Pat and Arne Cook thought they had made their last, best move when they retired to a golf community on Skidaway Island, near Savannah, Ga., 17 years ago. The couple had lived for 25 years in... Read >>

NerdWallet

4 Tax Traps That Can Hijack Your Retirement

You work, you pay taxes. By the time retirement finally rolls around you probably think you would be due for a tax break. Small chance. Taxpayers between the ages of 55 and 65 paid 18% of all... Read >>

BlackRock

Another Rule of Thumb: Debunking the 80% Income Replacement Rule

I've taken a look at several retirement rules of thumb on The Blog, including the 3% rule, the 4% drawdown, and the bond to equity allocation ratio , and found that they may not necessarily be... Read >>

NerdWallet

How to Pay Yourself in Retirement

After decades of regularly stashing away a good chunk of your income for retirement, it’s only natural that you’d want to use your savings responsibly. While most of us are familiar with healthy... Read >>

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