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Retirement

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  • What the Supreme Court's ruling means for your retirement savings

    What the Supreme Court's ruling means for your retirement savings
    If you save in a 401(k) plan, the U.S. Supreme Court may have just handed you some money. The court ruled unanimously that employers have an ongoing duty to monitor the appropriateness of their 401(k) investments. That means even if a fund was once...
  • On issues, Jeb Bush often adamant, rarely a waffler

    On issues, Jeb Bush often adamant, rarely a waffler
    He wants to raise the retirement age for Social Security, limit immigration reforms, toughen the Cuban embargo and replace Obamacare. When former Gov. Jeb Bush launches his long-awaited presidential campaign in Miami on Monday, look for him to stick...
  • Heidi Clute: 6 common financial pitfalls

    We all make mistakes, and through them, we learn. But when it comes to finances, it is best not to take the trial-and-error approach. Avoiding some of the following financial mistakes might save you a great deal of money and heartache. CASHING OUT A...
  • Carroll ranked as one of best places to retire in Maryland

    Carroll ranked as one of best places to retire in Maryland
    Carroll County is a good place to retire — the second-best county to do so in Maryland, in fact — according to a new ranking by financial analysis website. After combining the four measures of median household wealth, cost of living,...
  • What's holding up a deal on Greece's bailout

    The ball is in Greece's court, its creditors say. But this isn't tennis — unless you can imagine a match between argumentative snails, coached by committee, without an umpire. After four and a half months of back and forth, Greece and its...
  • Bill would end guaranteed pensions for future local police officers and paid firefighters in Pa.

    Bill would end guaranteed pensions for future local police officers and paid firefighters in Pa.
    HARRISBURG — Guaranteed pensions for most of Pennsylvania's local police officers and paid firefighters would not be offered to future hires under a bill that passed a key House committee Tuesday. The only municipality not affected by the bill...
  • ND lawmakers reach deal that lets benefits bill move forward

    A panel of legislative leaders resolved a dispute Monday that was holding up a more than $14 million appropriations bill for the state's public employee retirement system, agreeing to add one lawmaker from each party to board that oversees the benefits....
  • Pamela Yip: You, too, can retire early

    Think millionaires are the only ones who can retire early? Think again. You, too, can do this. Rather than coming from a lifetime of privilege, Americans who plan to retire early were found to share a few key traits that are helping them reach their...
  • Sound Advice: How much will I need in retirement?

    Sound Advice: How much will I need in retirement?
    How much should I have in my 401(k) before I retire? – from Steve in Annapolis. This may be one of the most popular questions asked of financial advisers, as it is usually the number one goal for investors – retirement. Everyone has a...
  • GOP candidates in Orlando: Too few details on fixing debt

    GOP candidates in Orlando: Too few details on fixing debt
    When Gov. Rick Scott invited GOP presidential candidates to Orlando to talk about their ideas at the Economic Growth Summit this past week, the conversation, not surprisingly, included discussion about our nation's fiscal challenges. There will not be...
  • Personal finance Q&A: Time-tested advice for stock investing

    Personal finance Q&A: Time-tested advice for stock investing
    Dear Liz: I invest in real estate and have a secure pension, but I also have a managed stock account worth about $250,000 and would like to get more involved in investing that. Can you recommend some good books on how the market works and perhaps a...