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Keep a stock allocation that you can live with and still sleep well.
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As you near your 65th birthday, you’ll face a slew of important decisions—and a deluge of mail.
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Financially, your experiences have been mixed—and sometimes eye-opening.
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Retirees are inclined to invest more conservatively, so chances are you don’t have as much money in stocks as you should.
See More On: Investor Psychology | Stocks & Bonds
We’ve visited nine national parks since we retired, and next year we’re heading to Acadia in Maine.
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Some retirees are concerned about a provision that could require heirs to empty inherited retirement accounts within 10 years and pay a lot more in taxes.
See More On: Saving for Retirement | Annuities | Budgeting
You can adapt the Financial Independence, Retire Early movement to fit your lifestyle.
See More On: Saving for Retirement | 401(k)s | Healthy Living on a Budget
Retired life as a single person doesn't have to be lonesome. Finding hobbies that require you to socialize can make all the difference.
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Retirees are forfeiting an average of $111,000 per household by filing for benefits early.
See More On: Social Security | Making Your Money Last
Before buying in a new place, rent for at least one year, or one season, to see if you like it.
See More On: Buying & Selling a Home | Saving for Retirement
Some retirees work part time or take a class to maintain social connections.
To avoid conflicts, each of you should visualize what a day in retirement might look like.
See More On: Saving for Retirement | Saving Money
Retirees who have a financial plan feel more at ease about opening their wallets.
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There’s a lot of evidence that retirees may be worrying too much about preserving their money.
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Readers offer their spin on our financial advice and recount personal experiences that will help future retirees.
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Start your search for post-retirement activities six to 12 months before you leave your job.
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As you would expect, finances are a major factor—but far from the only factor.
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