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Strategies to get on the same page – or chart a new course.
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Most people approaching retirement have a number of resources to tap if they need money.
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How to help your spouse save more and maximize Social Security benefits.
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Fixing up a house to sell often means spending thousands of dollars in repairs and upgrades.
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Mom's costs for medical care are manageable so far and, surprisingly, they haven't gone up much over the years.
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Whether you want to work for yourself or for someone else, take these steps to make it happen.
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There's no shortage of angst and confusion about enrolling in Medicare. We've got answers.
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Neighborhood villages allow members to stay at home and have access to everything from pet walking and grocery runs to a list of vetted workers.
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If you decide you hate your new digs, you can move again without a hassle.
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Actuaries use present value to calculate the worth of future payouts. But people who wouldn't know a calculator from a remote control can use it, too.
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Impressive credentials following an adviser's name may represent not much more than attendance at a weekend seminar.
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Plenty of adventurous retirees set up housekeeping full-time or part-time in Europe, Latin America, Asia or other parts of the world.
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Online calculators can help you estimate your life expectancy and determine how much money you'll need to retire.
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The presenter mentioned that he sells annuities. He encouraged us to make an appointment for a free one-on-one consultation.
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Couples need to discuss their expectations for retirement—and figure out a compromise when those goals do not align.
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Spending on food drops in retirement, not because retirees are eating less but because they have more time to shop and compare prices.
The average couple who retires at age 62 will spend $17,000 out-of-pocket on health care each year until they enroll in Medicare. Can you afford to make the leap?
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