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Kiplinger's Retirement Report
Keys to helping your portfolio survive a downturn.
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Shopping for a new Medicare Part D or Medicare Advantage plan for 2018 could save you money.
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The government is changing the loan's insurance costs and reducing how much applicants can borrow—and the window for borrowing under the old rules is closing fast.
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A stream of guaranteed income from an annuity can provide peace of mind that essential expenses will be covered if you live well into your eighties or nineties.
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For many Americans, Social Security benefits are the bedrock of retirement income. Maximizing that stream of income is critical to funding your retirement dreams.
The rules for claiming benefits can ...
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Beware the “kiddie tax,” which applies to unearned income (including distributions from traditional IRAs).
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Before you pack your bags and jet off around the world, learn what your health insurance covers in case of a medical emergency abroad.
More beneficiaries who are considered high earners will be hit with steeper fees.
Here's what you need to know about who gets charged and why, as well as when the fees can be waived.
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The standby reverse mortgage strategy offers boomers a way to boost their retirement income.
Comparing your investment choices and costs can aid in deciding if a rollover is the right move.
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A new study shows the benefit of converting sooner for your loved ones.
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If your IRA holds an annuity, you may or may not have to include its value when figuring your required minimum distribution.
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Those who wait until after full retirement age to claim Social Security but do so before age 70 may be disappointed in the size of their initial benefit checks.
Following Uncle Sam's lead, several states are raising their estate-tax exemptions, while some are ditching death taxes altogether.
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There are a variety of factors that can determine when it's best for you to start claiming your benefit.
A staggered conversion strategy helps minimize taxes owed over time.