Articles in Retirement

NerdWallet

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

BlackRock

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

Bankrate

Are You Ready For A Buyout?

1/7/2014, 9:25 am from Bankrate in Personal Finance, Retirement, Banking and Loans, Basics

By Jennie L. Phipps for Bankrate.com With corporate pension funding levels at an average of 93 percent -- the highest since 2007 when they were at 107 percent -- professional services… Read More

Bankrate

9 Common Misconceptions About IRAs

1/7/2014, 9:22 am from Bankrate in Personal Finance, Retirement, Basics, Investing Ideas

By Sheyna Steiner for Bankrate.com Sometimes what you don't know can hurt you, especially when it comes to individual retirement accounts. For instance, if you don't know that contributions… Read More

Kiplinger

Your Parents' Income and Assets

1/7/2014, 8:54 am from Kiplinger in Personal Finance, Retirement

Find out as much as you can about their sources of income, their assets and their debts. Do they have enough income to do what they want to do? Are they making the most of their assets, or might… Read More

Kiplinger

Open Your First IRA

1/7/2014, 8:53 am from Kiplinger in Personal Finance, Retirement

Maybe the choices in your employer's retirement plan are lousy. Maybe you need another tax break or want to reduce your tax burden in retirement. Maybe you've maxed out your 401(k) and still want… Read More

Kiplinger

Cash Reserves Can Extend Nest Egg's Life

1/6/2014, 8:53 am from Kiplinger in Personal Finance, Retirement

With savings accounts and certificates of deposit continuing to pay next to nothing, you may fret that you'll throttle your nest egg if you follow the widespread advice to maintain a cash reserve… Read More

Joe Young

How Much Will I Need to Retire?

1/3/2014, 10:25 am from Joe Young in Personal Finance, Retirement, Basics, Travel and Lifestyle

In the wake of half a decade of modest growth of the U.S. economy following the 2008 financial collapse, the question of retirement planning has taken on different complexities than before. Now… Read More

Bankrate

Purchasing Credits in a Retirement Plan

1/3/2014, 9:52 am from Bankrate in Personal Finance, Retirement, Basics, Investing Ideas

By Dr. Don Taylor, Ph.D., CFA, CFP, CASL for Bankrate.com Dear Retirement Adviser, Would there be a penalty or interest charged against our Roth individual retirement account if we used a… Read More

Bankrate

5 retirement tips worth repeating

1/2/2014, 9:54 am from Bankrate in Personal Finance, Retirement, Basics, Investing Ideas

By Jennie L. Phipps for Bankrate.com Welcome to 2014. I learned a lot covering retirement planning for Bankrate.com in 2013. Here are a few things that I found so surprising and useful that… Read More

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