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  1. Accumulators: Is Your Retirement Plan on Track?

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    Sun, 25 Jan 2015

    than will lower-income workers with lower savings rates. This article discusses the topic in depth. Anticipated Retirement Age : As discussed here , being willing to work longer can deliver a benevolent three-fer; the person who delays retirement

  2. A Prescription to Save the American Retirement System?

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    Mon, 19 Jan 2015

    because the official Social Security retirement age is gradually rising from 65 to ..... their maximum level--the true retirement age . Delaying retirement from 62 ..... the authors argue, a later retirement age does not necessarily mean having

  3. Retirement Plans for Young People: Know Your Choices

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    Sun, 18 Jan 2015

    of his or her reach, which is a very nice feature when you are looking at several decades ahead before you attain retirement age . Even though a traditional IRA contribution is sometimes tax deductible (see below), it may be worth giving up

  4. Why to Ignore the Dow

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    Tue, 13 Jan 2015

    stocks, foreign stocks or bonds of any sort. You have all of those different stocks, and anybody anywhere near retirement age also has bonds. So the S&P 500 might have one-third or a quarter overlap with your accounts. It’s really not

  5. Wealthy Investors Aren't Likely to Benefit from myRA

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    Sun, 21 Dec 2014

    confines of a company retirement plan. Thus, stable-value assets can't be tapped without a penalty prior to retirement age . Indeed, the prospect of a highly liquid, higher-yielding guaranteed savings vehicle may have higher-net

  6. How to Fix Social Security

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    Thu, 18 Dec 2014

    decision we as a society must make. Increase retirement age . In 1983, the retirement age for Social Security rose from 65 to 66 for folks ..... At the other end of the spectrum, the early retirement age of 62 dates from when the Social Security program

  7. What to do when dividend growth may not be enough?

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    Thu, 20 Nov 2014

    thought I'd post this link and see what ya'll thought. The writer's problem is my problem too -- coming of retirement age and wanting to live off dividends at a time when they don't pay enough to live off of. his solution is what the

  8. 4 Key Retirement Risks and How to Overcome Them

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    Tue, 18 Nov 2014

    point for most people. If you can delay the Social Security start date even just a couple of years past your full retirement age , you can pick up a significant increase in your benefit--and, again, that's a lifetime benefit. So, if you

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    Security start date even just a couple of years past your full retirement age , you can pick up a significant increase in your benefit--and, again, that's a lifetime benefit. So, if you are able to delay,
  9. How PIMCO Fund Ratings Are Shaking Out

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    Tue, 11 Nov 2014

    longer term, there's an opportunity for them to be on a more stable path. Bill Gross was already past standard retirement age . So, in a sense, you could see this coming. It's just that, obviously, the speed was shocking and jarring

    Retirement Age found at 12:05

    be on a more stable path. Bill Gross was already past standard retirement age . So, in a sense, you could see this coming. It's just that, obviously, the speed was shocking and jarring in a lot
  10. Good Reasons for Stock Exposure to Decline in Retirement

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    Tue, 11 Nov 2014

    sequencing risk, it does, because in most modelling scenarios, most glide paths are at 50/50 stocks/bonds or less at retirement age . And so, the sequencing risk that people are worried about is more acute if you have a higher risk. So, I think

    Retirement Age found at 5:25

    modelling scenarios, most glide paths are at 50/50 stocks/bonds or less at retirement age . And so, the sequencing risk that people are worried about is more acute if you have a higher risk. So, I think
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