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Having financial stability in retirement means having a plan now. Learn what you can do to save and invest for the future.

Having financial stability in retirement means having a plan now. Learn what you can do to save and invest for the future.

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Understanding civilian retirement plans

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Claiming Social Security: 5 important things to consider

Before you claim Social Security benefits, get to know the rules and considerations to help you maximize your monthly check.

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Managing debt in your 40s, 50s and 60s

Live a bit easier when you stop working. Learn how to downsize your debt and better manage what you owe into retirement.

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Will I have enough money to retire?

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Everything you need to know about IRAs

Whether you’re self-employed or looking for retirement savings options, get to know all about IRAs and how they work.

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The top 4 retirement concerns—and how to handle them

Retirement presents its own set of unique financial challenges. Pay attention to these 4 concerns to help ease your transition.

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Women and retirement: What you need to know

From earning discrepancies to interrupted careers, women should consider these 7 things to help plan for their retirement.

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Your 401(k): 10 things to find out

If your company offers you a 401(k) plan, you may have decisions to make. Check your plan documents or ask your HR representative for answers to these 10 key questions.

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Save early and often

Retirement may be decades away, but it's never too early to start investing, even just a small amount at a time. Get started with these 3 steps.

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The do-good investor

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How much do you really need for retirement?

Retirement experts offer plenty rules of thumb about how much you need for retirement. But what's right for you? Use these insights to help determine if you’re on the right track.

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3 steps to help build your retirement paycheck

Help your nest egg last throughout your retirement by creating a sound plan for withdrawing your assets. Here are 3 steps to consider when building your "retirement paycheck."

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Develop a Social Security and retirement date strategy

Increased life expectancies lead many people to consider working longer as a way to keep building their nest egg. Learn how to build a retirement date strategy and how to plan for social security in retirement.

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Develop a retirement income strategy

If you retire at 65, retirement could potentially last three decades. These guidelines can help you develop an income stream that could last your lifetime.

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How to budget for health care costs

Discover the steps you can take today to prepare for your health care costs in retirement—even if that's 10 or 20 years away.

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Monitor your portfolio

When it comes to your portfolio, don’t "set it and forget it." Learn how close monitoring and periodic adjustments can help keep your portfolio balanced and aligned with your objectives.

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Plan for and manage healthcare costs

Get up to speed on what Medicare costs, what it will cover and how much you'll need to pay on your own.

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Pay yourself first. Prioritize your financial goal

Trying to tackle competing long-term goals, like retirement and your kids' education, can make budgeting tricky. See how tricks like paying yourself first makes it possible to strike a balance.

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10 tips to boost your retirement savings

Whether you just started working or you're nearly done, you can still potentially grow your nest egg. These 10 tips can help you pursue the retirement you envision.

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7 steps to prepare for your upcoming retirement

Planning to retire within the next 10 years? Taking these actions now could help bolster your portfolio as you approach your planned retirement date.

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Working in retirement

Retirement can mean the beginning of a new career. Get to know the costs of starting a new venture in retirement.

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4 big retirement risks

Retirement is the most expensive phase of life. These 4 financial insights can help you prepare to pay for it.

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Re-visioning retirement

Longevity is changing the future of retirement. Find out how longer life expectancy will impact work-life balance and more.

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