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Little Known Social Security Benefits for Retirement

Postponing Social Security until age 70 makes a great deal of sense for most healthy, married Americans that can do without the income. Of course, there are numerous exceptions and before postponing ..
(April 29, 2008)
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Life's Longest and Most Expensive Journey

You've reviewed your trip plans and recounted the money you'll have to pay for your most expensive journey ever: retirement. You think you have enough money, but there could be trouble along the way. .
(April 10, 2008)
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Comparing Lifetime Income Options

Longevity risk is the greatest fear of most retirees. You can now buy insurance to protect you from longevity risk: the risk of outliving you money. Just like you insure your home, car, health, etc. ..
(February 27, 2008)
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If You Need A Lifetime Income

We lament that lifetime pension from employers are now a thing of the past. Maybe that's why the greatest retirement fear of most boomers and seniors is outliving their money. If there were only a ..
(February 24, 2008)
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An Uncertain Economy & Your Retirement Money

Many of you are in the red zone right before retirement, or you've already retired. No doubt your number one fear is running out of money in retirement. You're part of a very large and growing ..
(February 17, 2008)
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The Big Investment Mistakes Made In Retirement

Taking too much risk with your investment: We all want the highest interest rate possible and the lowest risk possible - unfortunately these are competing objectives. High rates always spell high ..
(December 25, 2007)
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