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The Best And Worst States For Retirement, Ranked
By Adriana Belmonte, Yahoo Finance
The best place to retire in is no secret: It has the highest percentage of a population 65 and up.
Mariners Icon Ichiro Suzuki Announces Retirement In Japan
An emotional Suzuki left the baseball field to a standing ovation from a sold-out crowd in Tokyo.
America’s Defining Divide Isn’t Left vs. Right. It’s Old vs. Young.
Voters over retirement age will continue to dominate U.S. politics until at least 2060.
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Don't Take Out College Loans For Your Child If You Plan To Retire Soon
By Geoff Williams
If you’re going to ignore conventional wisdom and prioritize your kid’s college over retirement, do it carefully.
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Today's Personal Finance Advice Doesn't Actually Help Those Who Need It Most
Those who hawk advice for a living often put their own financial interests ahead of yours.
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Here's How Much You Really Need To Save For Early Retirement
Could you come up with 25 times your yearly expenses?
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7 Money-Saving Steps To Take Before Year's End, According To Experts
Maximize your savings on taxes, retirement and more.
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7 Smart Money Moves To Make In 2019, According To Experts
Make this your best financial year yet.
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3 Ways To Avoid Going Broke In Retirement
By Alyssa Pry, Yahoo Finance
"Not having a plan going forward is very quickly a way to overspend."
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Take These 5 Steps Now So You Don't Become A Financial Burden On Your Kids
There's a 50-50 chance you'll need costly long-term care at some point in retirement.
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3 Big Reasons To Think Twice About Investing In A Roth IRA
Who knows if Uncle Sam plans to keep his promise?
You'll Actually Enjoy Reading These 9 Money Books. Promise!
Learning to be better with money shouldn't feel like punishment.
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Robert Redford Walks Back Plans To Retire: 'I Think It Was A Mistake'
The screen legend now says he's not sure his new film "The Old Man & The Gun" will be his last.
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Rubio’s New Paid Leave Bill Threatens The Very Idea Of Social Security, Report Finds
His proposal would cut lifetime benefits between 3 and 10 percent and cost $10 billion a year.
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Putin Makes Rare Concession After Outcry Over Plan To Raise Retirement Age
By Nataliya Vasilyeva, AP
The Russian leader was met with protests and a noticeable dip in his approval ratings.
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Indicted California Congressman Proposed Raising Retirement Age To 72
“We're not working in caves anymore or hunting animals,” Rep. Duncan Hunter (R) told constituents.
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Robert Redford Retires From Acting: 'I’ve Been Doing It Since I Was 21'
The Oscar-winner said he'll continue directing movies after his final film as an actor, "The Old Man & The Gun."
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Here's What Happens To Your 401(k) When You Leave Your Job
You're pumped for your new gig, but aren't you forgetting something?
I Finally Figured Out When To Retire. It Was Yesterday.
Hey, I'm outta here.
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For Many In The Trans Community, Basic Financial Goals Are Out Of Reach
Experts share four ways the community can work toward overcoming the challenges.
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Didn't Save Enough For Retirement? Here Are 7 Things You Can Do.
You can't spend what you don't have. So spend less.
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I Call BS On Needing $1 Million To Retire (And Other Bad Retirement 'Rules')
Today's retirement advice badly needs a facelift.
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8 Financial Rules You Should Break, According To Experts
Do you really need to save 10 percent of your income?
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5 Myths About Social Security That Need To Be Busted Already
It's crucial you know how the retirement safety net really works.
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Why Are Boomers Still Working? Maybe We Just Don't Know How To Retire
Retirement should be a gradual change that we ease into, not an abrupt departure with false promises to stay in touch.
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11 Numbers That Will Terrify You Into Saving For Retirement Right This Minute
Every day you delay will hurt you in the end.
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