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Big Social Security Benefit Increase for 2022: But is Bump Really Enough?

The Social Security Administration has announced a big Social Security benefit increase for 2022. Beginning next January, Social Security paychecks will show a Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) of 5.9%. This is a huge bump over the modest 1.3% increase that was awarded in 2021. In 2021, the average retired Social Security benefit was $1,565.…

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10 Recent Economic Headlines and What They Mean for Your Money (Will Roth Conversions Be Scrapped?)

As summer ends and the economy continues to reopen, there has been a lot of significant economic news. Here are 10 recent headlines and what each of them means for your money. Some of these headlines report on events that have happened. Others are anticipating future events. Each may have a significant impact on your…

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The Retirement Calculator for Married Couples (or Any Couple)

Retirement calculators designed for couples have special features to make results reliable and useful. Find out what you need.

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Do You Have the Right Mindset for a Secure and Happy Retirement?

So much of life is determined by your mindset. How you think about things can result in how things are and will be. Recent research from Wells Fargo has found that “Planning is actually everything.” And, particularly true if you want to feel great about your financial future. What is a Planning Mindset? Do You…

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14 Important Reverse Mortgage Facts

Do you know your reverse mortgage facts? More and more people are becoming aware of reverse mortgage as an option for tapping their home’s equity. Maybe you heard about the loan on a personal finance blog or from Tom Selleck on late-night TV. However, what is really true? With all of the buzz about retirement…

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6 Competing Retirement Investing Goals and How to Sort Them Out for Long-Term Wealth

Saving for retirement is hard. However, when you are still working, creating a retirement investment plan can be relatively straightforward. The goal is to simply grow the money. But, when you retire, your investment goals become multi-faceted, layered, and downright complicated. You still want your money to grow, but you have a whole lot of other…

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