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short, is that the bucket approach--essentially segmenting a portfolio by time horizon--is most useful for retirement planning . Not only does an in-retirement bucket portfolio provide ready cash reserves if the long-term components of
Single premium immediate annuities look more competitively priced than deferred income annuities today, says David Blanchett of Morningstar Investment Management.
From choosing the right Medicare plan to reshopping for prescription-drug coverage, here's what you need to know.
Morningstar's Christine Benz shares tips for simplifying a portfolio for a non-investing-savvy spouse.
for being here. Deborah Jacobs: I'm happy to be here. Thank you for having me. Benz: We are focusing on retirement planning all this week, and we'd like to look at estate planning. What essential documents should every pre-retiree
Estate-planning expert Deborah Jacobs shares her guidelines for determining whether a trust is right for you.
Double-check your Social Security statement, understand the importance of your 'full retirement age,' and weigh the benefits of delaying, says retirement expert Mark Miller.
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It's a useful starting point for retirement planning , but it's crucial to understand the assumptions behind it.