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Most people earn income from a job, but passive income, pensions, Social Security, investment returns, and more are all critical sources of income that you may want to mix and match throughout your lifetime.
Your income levels and the source of that income will likely evolve over time.
You might be surprised by the facts of being an entrepreneur after 50! Financial success later in life is FAR more common than you might think.
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What’s the highest Social Security benefit? Will you qualify? Get easy answers for a wealthier retirement.
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Budgeting doesn’t have to be awful. We’ll help you find a way to budget that helps you with your financial goals and suits your personality.
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What's the highest Social Security benefit? Will you qualify? Get easy answers for a wealthier retirement.
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Nobel prize winner Robert Merton outlines the 3 steps you need to take to create a retirement income plan for a secure future.
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Play should be an important component of both work and retirement. Explore why it's so important and how to do it more.
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Mary Beth Franklin is a nationally recognized expert in Social Security. Get her 6 insider tips for getting the most from Social Security.
Demographics and longevity are 2 factors causing financial woes for Social Security and Medicare. Learn if your benefits will be impacted.
Here is a guide for how to find lost money -- a lost 401k or other unclaimed retirement benefits. It can be as easy as 1,2,3!
You are lucky if you have a pension. You are lucky if your pension gives you different pay out options, but the choice for what to do can be confusing. Pension leveling — also called Social Security leveling — is one payout option that can be confusing. What is Pension Leveling / Social Security…
If you are an employee at a school, church, hospital, or other non-profit, then you are eligible for a “tax-sheltered annuity,” also known as a 403(b) plan. Don’t work for a nonprofit? Learn more about annuities and how to invest in them in a tax-advantaged way. History Of the 403(b) and Tax Sheltered Annuities The…
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