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Retirement Planning Under Trump: Money

This post will be part of an ongoing series that reports on the changes President Trump, his Cabinet and Congress will make over the next 4 years and which ones directly effect your retirement. Today on RetireWire we rounded up what the top financial advisors, publications and experts are saying about retirement planning under

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The Five Best Cities to Retire In

With 10,000 Baby boomers turning 65 every single day, chances are you might be one of them. If that is the case, it is probably a good idea to start thinking about retirement and where you want to spend the next part of your life. Retirement is more than just sunny skies and

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Planning for Retirement If You're Latino in the US

4 out of 5 Hispanic households have less than $10,000 in retirement savings, according to a recent report by the National Institute on Retirement Security. While many American workers find themselves financially unprepared for retirement, among ethnic groups, Latinos have been reported as being the least prepared. The wealth gap in America is

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Top 5 Best College Towns to Retire In

College life isn’t the only reason these towns are great places to retire. Most are in states that are tax-friendly and have lower home prices close to the national median (some far below). With quiet summers, great entertainment scenes, and access to good health care with so many university hospitals, college towns are

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How Long Can I Postpone Retirement?

Should I Postpone Retirement? For many Baby Boomer Americans, the goal was always set at 65. Once you reach that number, your work in the in the industry you chose is done. You get to welcome retirement with open arms and pursue the hobbies, businesses, and family time that you had been looking forward

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