Is a Roth Conversion Right for You?

If you're like many of my clients, the idea of converting some or all of your traditional IRA money to a Roth IRA pops into your head once or...

Should you pay off mortgage before you retire?

Most people would be better off not having mortgages in retirement. Relatively few will get any tax benefit from this debt, and the payments can get more difficult to...

American IRA Sheds Light on Debt Hamstringing Retirement

The Self-Directed IRA can help retirement investors find unique investment opportunities for diversifying their retirement portfolio and building a substantial nest egg. But a recent post at the American...

A Sears bankruptcy could cause one of the biggest pension defaults...

If Sears, once the nation's largest retailer, declares bankruptcy, it could cause one of the biggest pension defaults in U.S. history, but the government would step in to keep...

Many said to sacrifice retirement savings to buy homes

Survey of millennials also shows some are hesitant to put money in markets Millennials constantly hear that time is on their side, but for the first decade of their adult...

Have a 401(k) or IRA? Not keeping an eye on this...

Everyone with a retirement account should keep an eye on 70½. That's the quirky age when investors typically must start pulling money out of Individual Retirement Accounts and workplace...

Helping you plan for your future

Commercial feature We all dream of enjoying financial security when we retire, but making this a reality is unlikely to happen without careful planning. Pensions are a popular way of...

Slight increase in Medicare’s outpatient ‘Part B’ premium

Medicare says its "Part B" premium for outpatient care will rise by just $1.50 a month next year. That means retirees should be able to keep more of their...

What NOT to Do During Open Enrollment Time

It's that time of year: Summer vacation seems like a distant memory, fall weather is taking root, and open enrollment season is here. That means it's time to make...

Single mom masterminds $700K swing from debt to savings

When Takiia Anderson graduated from Boston College Law School in 1999, she was a single mom with a 2-year-old child, nearly $100,000 in student loans and a new job...

Retirement Tips for Snowbirds

Pat and Pete Engel of Glendale, N.Y., are seasoned snowbirds, having spent every winter since 1995 in Florida. "After two bad blizzards within two years, I realized I never...

A Pre-Retirement Checklist: 8 Steps to Take Right Now

Retirement should be like a second childhood ... without parental supervision. I believe that's doable for most people, but it takes planning. Luckily, you can begin right now by taking...
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