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Retirement

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  • Retirement: Nice work if you can get it

    Retirement: Nice work if you can get it
    In most professions, employers can no longer require you to retire at a certain age, but keeping yourself relevant in your current career or attractive to your next employer is on you, says Catherine Collinson, president of the Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies. That includes keeping your skills up-to-date, maintaining and expanding your network, staying on top of the job market, and taking classes or going to school for another degree.
  • Leaky retirement savings

    Leaky retirement savings
    If only fixing a leaky retirement account were as easy as repairing a leaky faucet. A new report from the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College found that money is seeping out of retirement accounts at alarming rates, causing permanent damage...

    Ease the pain of health care costs in retirement

    When you draw up a retirement spending budget, you're likely to account for utilities, car insurance and lawn care. But have you given the cost of health care a hard look, or are the numbers too scary to contemplate? Once you get real about those...

    Fidelity match offer creates incentives for IRA rollovers

    Incentives matter -- and money is a great incentive. That's what Fidelity Investments figured out when it announced it will match IRA contributions for people who roll over an IRA into Fidelity funds -- and make three years of additional contributions....

    How athletes (and others) can create lifetime income

    Can a professional athlete (or anyone) work for a few years and retire with a six figure income for life? They can if they follow the thin blue line*. Not just follow, but calculate, track and almost obsess over the blue line. Further, it's not just...