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Picking the right time to retire depends on several factors, including how long your money needs to last, your savings, your debt, and the retirement lifestyle you want.
These days, it's less common for people to stay with just one employer for an entire career. As a result, you'll probably need to answer the question of what to do with your 401(k)…
There are steps women may want to consider taking to close the retirement savings gap, many of which would be prudent for any pre-retiree to do.
When you’re young, retirement seems like it’s an eternity away. But the fact is, it’s never too early to start saving for it.
For many, their retirement home comes with lower taxes, a lower cost of living and a fair climate. But there are other important aspects to consider.
If you’re nearing retirement, it’s time to check your 401k (and other investments) to refine your asset allocations. Now is not the time to risk a big drop in value.