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Retirement Savings Gets A Boost From Feds’ New 401(k) Rules

Retirement savings

Your retirement savings were helped by the federal government’s just announced increases to the contributions of 401(k) plans. For those looking to focus more on their retirement savings in 2015, the federal government has announced rule changes and is the process of implementing a new investment program by the end ...

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401(k): Investing For the Future


Investing for the future is important on so many levels. An important reason for investing for the future is to make sure your family is taken of. A great way to invest is through a 401K plan. Many people already know about this plan and have been investing through it for years ...

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How Much Retirement Money Will You Have Revealed In Alarming New Study

Retirement Money

Retirement money crisis: New study says Americans 65 and older’s median income is only 60 percent of those 45 to 64. This isn’t good news. We aren’t our parents and grandparents when it comes to being financially prepared for retirement. Older Americans keep coming up well short in what they’ll ...

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Reverse Mortgage Or Downsizing Could Be Best Financial Option

Reverse Mortgage or downsizing

Reverse mortgage or downsizing are increasingly the best, financially-sound alternatives for many older Americans. It’s time to rethink reverse mortgages or downsizing. It really is. That’s the push coming more and more from retirement experts as people deal with their lack of retirement savings. About a quarter of people 55 ...

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The Lack Of Retirement Savings Means You Should Consider A Reverse Mortgage

Retirement Savings

With retirement savings not nearly enough to live on, opting for a reverse mortgage almost becomes imperative. America’s retirement savings news is grim. Half of workers in the US are at risk of not maintaining their standard of living when they retire. Some 48 percent of those 55 to 64 ...

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Another Frightening Story About Your 401(k) And Retirement—Brace Yourselves


401(k) investments are analyzed carefully at The Center for Retirement Research in Boston College and the results are eye opening. Another scary 401(k) story is upon us. With baby boomers retiring a daily basis, the outlook for how much people will have once they retire, isn’t showing any sign of ...

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Your Retirement Plan Needs More Than Money In The Bank—It Needs A Life

Retirement social security

Retirement expert insists that financial planning is only part of the next phase of your life. Getting a life is most important. With all the talk about retirement, the national focus is on how much to stash away in your 401(k) and IRA and when you should leave your job ...

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The More You Save For Retirement, You’re Better Off Financially And Emotionally


New surveys confirm the fairly obvious: The more money you have for retirement, the better. When it comes to retirement, there is definitely a divide between the “haves” and “have nots.” A Bankrate.com survey shows 26 percent of those 50 to 64 haven’t saved a dime for retirement and 14 ...

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Retirement: New Study Links Those Who Save For Retirement With Better Health


In new study, those who contributed to retirement accounts were also more likely to follow-up on their health. The same psychology that causes people not to save for their retirement drives a similar behavior when it comes to failing to address health issues, according to a new study. The study ...

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