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Retirement Plan and IRA Required Minimum Distributions FAQs The rules are slightly different for IRAs and retirement plans
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1. Government Now Allows Your Plan Access to a Financial Adviser Another typical error is not reviewing that diversification
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Why Rollover your Retirement Assets into an IRA? A 2014 study from Cogent Reports concluded that over 50% of affluent investors
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When my twin daughters were in the second grade, they were asked to draw a picture completing this sentence: "My Mom loves to..." Imagine my surprise when my daughter brought home the completed picture with this sentence: "My Mom loves to work."
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This doesn't have to be all or nothing. You could 'retire overseas' and still spend part or even lots of your time back home. I make the point in case it hadn't occurred to you already.
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Here are three tips to get self-employed Millennials started to ensure long-term goals don't get lost in their entrepreneurial rush to success.
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1. Unrealistic Expectations Don't let overconfidence wrongly convince you that you don't need to downsize your lifestyle
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I have recently seen a spate of advertisements from "Securefamily.org." that attempts to discredit the work being done on
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Have you figured out how much money you need for retirement yet? If you answered "Yes", then you're preparing for your post
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With Americans living longer than ever and retiring at the same age as before -- or often electing to retire at an even younger age -- many people will spend a record number of years living in retirement.
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Few Americans save enough for retirement. Whether due to financial issues or a lack of foresight, a lot of people either don't give much thought to retirement or are unable to save up enough to help them fund their elder years.
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There's a powerful agenda behind the opposition to the rule proposed by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) requiring that advisors to retirement plans be fiduciaries: The securities industry wants to preserve its ability to give conflicted advice. There's a lot at stake.
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Trying to retire without any savings in the bank can be difficult, and that difficulty is compounded by other factors senior citizens need to keep in mind as they age, like health issues and mobility.
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The Supreme Court issued its decision in Tibble v. Edison International. On its face, the court's holding is unremarkable. In a rare 9-0 decision, it ruled that plan sponsors have a continuing duty to review investments in retirement plans and to decide whether or not to keep or sell them.
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Even in retirement, turkeys may be turkeys just to get what they want.
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"I really have a lot of skills and a lot of knowledge that I could share with other individuals, and the Community Connection
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If a contest for the most Orwellian bill title were held, Rep. Ann Wagner's newly reintroduced "Retail Investor Protection Act" would be a serious contender. Despite its title, this legislation has nothing to do with protecting retail investors.
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Now is the time when most of us start reflecting on all we have to be thankful for - including friends, family and good health. But what about your financial health? If you're one of the 74 percent of full-time, private sector employees with access to a workplace retirement savings plan*, count your blessings.
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With the decline of defined benefit plans (e.g., pensions), saving for retirement is something most Americans are left to figure out on their own.
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Article originally posted at Paladin Registry. Class Warfare Retirement assets can vary by employer and employee savings