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Retirement

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Top Retirement Articles

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  • Los Angeles Times Michael Hiltzik column

    The idea that investment advisors owe a higher duty to their clients than to their own pocketbooks is an old one, often detested by Wall Street. So the announcement Monday from the White House that it will impose such a standard on advisors in the...
  • Social Security Q&A: What if I go back to work?

    Question: A few months after I started receiving my Social Security retirement benefit, my former employer offered to take me back. It's a great offer. Can I withdraw my retirement claim and reapply later to increase my benefit amount? Answer: Social...
  • Juggling orphaned 401(k) plans can be a challenge

    PITTSBURGH Workers who switch jobs several times in the course of their career could find themselves with a half dozen old 401(k)s scattered here and there from past jobs. The typical American will change jobs at least six times, according to a 2012...
  • Mayor: 'Double-dip' bill may help Albuquerque police

    The mayor of New Mexico's largest city says return-to-work legislation for law enforcement could help shore up the ranks of Albuquerque's understaffed police department. Mayor Richard Berry told the Albuquerque Journal (http://goo.gl/cNU6ZE ) this week...
  • Republicans seeks broader changes on Social Security

    Republicans seeks broader changes on Social Security
    Senate Republicans pressed the Obama administration Wednesday for a plan to address the long-term health of Social Security as lawmakers began a debate over the rapidly approaching shortfall in a program that benefits millions of disabled Americans....
  • Retirement: Pick your path to retirement

    Demographic changes have turned the standard definition of retirement upside down. Life expectancy has increased steadily over the decades. Now, a man who reaches 65 can expect to live another 18 years; a 65-year-old woman can expect to live 20 years....
  • Morgan Quinn: What’s cheaper: Marriage or domestic partnership?

    In the movie "Now I Pronounce You Chuck and Larry," the two main characters are straight firefighters who enter into a domestic partnership to get the tax benefits. At the time, this concept seemed fairly ingenious, but that was 2007 and this is now &#...
  • Wes Moss: Setting realistic retirement goals

    We all have heard about how dire the retirement outlook for Americans is. While the overall situation is scary, I like to focus on the benchmarks that everyone can target without feeling like they're losing before even starting. I ran across an...
  • Rauner's 'turnaround budget' has cuts called 'reckless,' 'wrong priorities'

    Rauner's 'turnaround budget' has cuts called 'reckless,' 'wrong priorities'
    Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner on Wednesday dubbed his first spending plan a “turnaround budget” for a financially shaky state, but Democrats rebuffed his proposed cuts to health care for the poor, government worker pensions, state universities,...
  • Illinois governor's 'turnaround budget' targets pensions, universities

    Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner dubbed his first spending plan a “turnaround budget” for a financially shaky state, targeting for cuts government worker pensions, healthcare for the poor, state universities, mass transit and cities. “This...
  • Medical costs top retirement concerns, poll finds

     Medical costs top retirement concerns, poll finds
    High medical expenses are Americans' biggest financial worry about retirement, topping concerns about running out of money, according to a new report by Bankrate.com. The report found that 28 percent of Americans said medical costs were the biggest...