The Social Security Administration's Doug Nguyen and Andrew Salata clarify misconceived Medicare rules, including premiums, enrollment dates, differences from Social Security, and more.
The 4% withdrawal rule of thumb may get you in the ballpark, but investors should revisit their drawdown plan as the markets and personal circumstances change, says T. Rowe Price senior financial planner Christine Fahlund.
Retirement-plan investing patterns have moved closer to what experts say are ideal asset allocations, but pre-retirees remain more inactive than they should be, says Vanguard's John Ameriks.
Many workers aren't factoring Social Security into their retirement plans, fearing a massive cut to benefits, but how likely is such an event, and what would it mean for retirees?
Use tax time to review your investment-related taxes, deductions, and contributions.
February 25 - March 1: Tips, strategies, and picks for tax-wise investing.
Limiting the taxation of Social Security benefits is another reason to aim for tax diversification.
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