Retirement

“I have been allowed to spend almost half of my life with one company," he said. "NBC is a part of me and always will be.”
The German media company's acquisition of Politico left staffers without a retirement plan while organizers were gathering union cards.
Millions will see a 5.9% increase in their Social Security checks starting next year.
"Why couldn’t we use Blanche, Rose, Dorothy and Sophia as a model to plot our own post-midlife sorority setup?"
The former Washington and San Francisco player had at least seven documented concussions.
A politically elusive fix to the multiemployer pension crisis could finally become a reality, protecting retirees from drastic pension cuts.
With President Joe Biden now in power, at least seven federal judges are retiring, allowing him to name their replacements.
Even if older workers can find jobs, health risks could prevent them from remaining in the workforce.
This year, most of the top states for retirees aren’t in the South.
Here's how experts say you should handle retirement funds in light of extreme volatility caused by COVID-19.
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President Trump doesn't believe a recession is coming, but economists disagree.
A new study from Bankrate finds that the best state for retirees is Nebraska, while Maryland is the worst.
A poll says almost 1 in 4 Americans think they'll have to work until they die. Donald Luskin said that should be seen as "a great blessing."
The best place to retire in is no secret: It has the highest percentage of a population 65 and up.
Voters over retirement age will continue to dominate U.S. politics until at least 2060.
If you’re going to ignore conventional wisdom and prioritize your kid’s college over retirement, do it carefully.
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Those who hawk advice for a living often put their own financial interests ahead of yours.
Could you come up with 25 times your yearly expenses?