Articles in Retirement


What Is Behind America's Retirement Crisis?

1/28/2014, 8:53 am from Bankrate in Personal Finance, Retirement, Banking and Loans, Basics

By Chris Kissell for For years, Americans have been told that they are unprepared financially for their golden years. A slew of media reports suggest that few people will be able… Read More


Pitching In When Caregivers Need Help

1/27/2014, 8:15 am from Kiplinger in Personal Finance, Retirement

When you're caring for a sick spouse or parent, it can be difficult to find time to enjoy hobbies, exercise or even schedule routine appointments such as dental checkups. As a result, caregivers… Read More


Social Security Offers Lump Sum Payouts

1/24/2014, 9:15 am from Kiplinger in Personal Finance, Retirement

You intended to delay Social Security benefits until age 70, but at 68 you need the money and apply for benefits. Surprise The Social Security Administration offers you a lump sum payment that's… Read More

Joe Young

How Adult Children Living at Home Can Impact Your Retirement

1/22/2014, 9:23 am from Joe Young in Personal Finance, Retirement, Banking and Loans, Real Estate

Since the economic collapse in 2008, many adult children and grandchildren have moved in with their parents and grandparents in order to receive financial support. This additional financial… Read More

Christian Magoon

Low Cost ETFs Packed With Insight

1/15/2014, 3:12 pm from Christian Magoon in Investing, ETFs, Investing Ideas, Retirement

As an observer of ETF trends, I've recently noticed a growing number of active ETFs launching that deliver a healthy dose of investment insight at a price point that makes many index and… Read More

Joe Young

7 Common Retirement Savings Mistakes

1/15/2014, 8:43 am from Joe Young in Personal Finance, Retirement, Basics, Travel and Lifestyle

Though the idea of retiring can be exciting, making a plan for retirement saving can be a bit intimidating. There are some common mistakes which many people make when planning for retirement,… Read More


Pass an IRA to Young Grandkids With Care

1/13/2014, 8:13 am from Kiplinger in Personal Finance, Retirement

Leaving an IRA to your grandchildren can be one of the greatest gifts a grandparent can give. A young person who inherits a traditional or Roth IRA has to take only minimal distributions each year… Read More

Joe Young

Tips For Saving For Retirement In Your 50s

1/10/2014, 3:38 pm from Joe Young in Personal Finance, Retirement, Basics, Careers

Retirement is one of the most important issues for Americans, but ironically most Americans don’t actually start saving for retirement until they are well into their 40s or even 50s. Although it… Read More


Maximizing Your Investment Portfolio with Margin Trading: Enlightened Leverage or Careless Cliff?

1/10/2014, 10:05 am from NerdWallet in Investing, Investing Ideas, Retirement, Stocks

You can buy stocks for half price. That may be just a bit of a stretch, but in a way, that's what you're doing when you purchase with "margin" in a brokerage account. Once… Read More


Millennials: How to Ruin Your Future, Retirement Edition

1/8/2014, 2:34 pm from BlackRock in Investing, Retirement

Note to readers yes, we're kidding. Now on with our post… Your 401(k) plan is (probably) cleverly designed to help you save for retirement in a virtually painless manner. Since clarity and… Read More

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