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How much do you need to retire? Mistakes to avoid. When should you start collecting social security?
There are times when downsizing to a smaller home makes economic sense. A smaller home can mean less maintenance and lower costs.
Research suggests that working at least part-time in your retirement might be good for you, both financially and physically.
The key to living a comfortable and stress-free retirement is to draft a realistic budget and to cut out unnecessary expenses.
Will you run out of money during your retirement? If so, what can you do about it?
Managing your retirement funds does not have to be complicated. You can either hire a financial advisor to take on this role or you can do it yourself.
You can start collecting Social Security payments once you hit the age of 62. However, is it wise to do so?
There are times when retiring early -- and collecting those monthly Social Security checks before you hit full retirement age -- is actually the right…
The amount of money you earned while working determines your monthly benefits. Of course, it is not entirely that simple.
Just because you procrastinated doesn't mean that you are doomed to a retirement filled with money woes.
Assess your retirement needs early by determining what lifestyle you want to live and how much money you need each year to afford it.
Boost your odds of a happy retirement by avoiding some of the most common mistakes of retirement savings.
Once you've determined what kind of lifestyle you'd like to live following retirement, you can work toward saving the amount of money you'll need.
Here is what you should be doing at every stage of your working life to save for retirement.