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Looking for extra income? These blue-chip stocks may crush bonds with a 5% payout

SG’s latest ‘Quality Income’ screen includes some surprising names

by Brett Arends
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What to do when you inherit your parents’ stuff — and you don’t want it

Separating emotions from monetary value — and planning ahead

by Julie Hall
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Survivors talk about the aftereffects of COVID-19

Many survivors feel stigma, and have other psychological effects ranging from anxiety to depression to PTSD.

by Dr. Christine Nguyen
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We want to retire somewhere in the Carolinas — what’s a nice area?

Not near the ocean, please.

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The case for defunding nursing 澳门拉斯维加斯app下载homes and replacing them with a radically different model

It’s time to replace the institutional model with one that has been proven to have high resident, family and worker satisfaction.

by Charles Sabatino

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What you should do if your adviser missed the rally

Advisers who bailed at the March bottom are sitting on 30% year-to-date losses

by Mark Hulbert
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Why isn’t everyone investing in a Roth?

A Roth IRA can be a great idea — in some situations

by Dan Moisand
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How to protect your finances during all the stages of your life

Learning from mistakes in uncertain times

by Stephen Augstell

News and analysis for those planning for or living in retirement

Retirement news and analysis

by Alessandra Malito
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When taking Social Security at 62 makes sense

Waiting until later is ideal but life can get in the way

by Howard Gold

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Do these simple things to turn your retirement savings into big money

You do have some control over your financial future

by Paul A. Merriman
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I have a seven-figure nest egg — am I saving too much for retirement?

A big pile of money is great, but it raises questions

by Alessandra Malito
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I have student debt, a mortgage, a growing family and I’m relocating for work — how do I save for retirement?

Do you have questions on planning for retirement? Email HelpMeRetire@apchuangpin.com

by Alessandra Malito
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My retirement income is just $16,600 a year, but I want to retire in a beach town ‘where the sky is blue and the water warm’ — where should I go?

3 spots to consider

by Catey Hill
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I’m a 32-year-old stay-at-澳门拉斯维加斯app下载home mom, and my husband earns $150,000 a year. Will I ever be able to enjoy a retirement?

Have a question about retirement, including where to retire? Email HelpMeRetire@apchuangpin.com

by Alessandra Malito
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We have $190,000 in retirement savings and want to use the COVID-related distribution rules to pay off $40,000 in debt — should we?

The CARES Act allows some savers to take money out of their retirement accounts — but advisers say they should proceed with caution.

by Alessandra Malito
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There is more to picking a place to retire than low taxes — avoid these 5 expensive mistakes

It starts with the hidden cost of moving. And then moving more than once.

by CD Moriarty
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The 10 most affordable beach towns in America for retirees

From the peaceful dunes of Cape Cod to the wild cliffs of the Pacific Northwest, these are the top affordable beach towns and cities where retirees can kick back.

by Sara Ventiera
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How to make sure your credit is strong before and during retirement

Bad credit can ruin your retirement. Here are some steps to take to make sure that doesn’t happen.

by McCall Robison
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Does age matter for a presidential candidate? Yes, but it’s only part of the picture

The one thing Biden, Trump — and you — must do to stay mentally sharp

by Paul Brandus
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On a fixed income? Here are some ideas to save money

Easy ways for retirees to cut spending

by Paul Brandus
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The truth about medical bills sent to collections

Many times, medical bills hit collections because you didn’t even realize you owed anything.

by Gerri Detweiler
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What is ‘chemo brain’ and why do people still have it years after cancer treatment?

Feeling foggy? Forgetful? Why this side effect happens and what to do about it.

by Barbra Williams Cosentino
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I’ve got a budget of $3,300 a month and want to be near some ‘wild’ areas — where should I retire?

Three suggestions within a day’s drive of northern New Jersey.

by Silvia Ascarelli
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We’re looking for a place that’s not too hot, not too cold, and accepting of different races — where should we retire?

MarketWatch suggests cities across the country.

by Silvia Ascarelli
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I want to get out of New York state and retire to a rural location with four seasons — where should I go?

This reader wants a hobby farm and to be close to a vibrant downtown.

by Silvia Ascarelli
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The pandemic made everything harder: Financial strategies for people with disabilities and special needs

COVID-19 highlights the importance of planning

by Matt Stagner
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How to mentally prepare for retirement

One key to a happy retirement? Having a plan for how to live and spend

by Alessandra Malito
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Stocks for the long run? Not so fast, says this new research

There may be a bigger chance of losing than Wall Street tells you

by Brett Arends
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Will COVID-19 force older workers to retire?

The answer is ‘yes’

by Alicia H. Munnell