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For Retirement, Income Matters as Much as Savings

For Retirement, Income Matters as Much as Savings A recent poll of pre-retirees suggests that truth risks being ignored. Provided by William DeBille Steady income or a lump sum? Last year, financial services firm TIAA asked working Americans: if you

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Bad Money Habits to Break in 2018

Bad Money Habits to Break In 2018 Behaviors worth changing for the New Year.  Provided by William DeBille  Do bad money habits constrain your financial progress? Many people fall into the same financial behavior patterns year after year. If you

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One Couple, Two Different Retirements?

After many years together, some retired spouses may find their daily routines far apart.  Provided by William DeBille When you see online ads or TV commercials about retirement planning, do they ever show baby boomer couples arguing? No. After all,

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Are Baby Boomers meeting their Health and Wealth Needs?

Generation X, colloquially known as the ‘baby boomers’, are the largest in United States history. But where do they stand in today’s modern economy? Baby boomers have seen it all: from debt crisis to war to the Civil Rights movement. 

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You Could Retire…But Should You?

You Could Retire…But Should You? It might be better to wait a bit longer. Provided by Patrick Piccirilli Some people retire at first opportunity, only to wish they had waited longer. Thanks to Wall Street’s long bull run, many pre-retirees

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