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Medicare's giant hospital trust fund won't be exhausted until 2030, officials say, four years longer than last year's estimate.
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Record IRA Contributions May Not Save Retirement
Account-holders contributed an average $4,150 during tax year 2013, an all-time high.
Millionaires Loath to Give up the Daily Grind
Millionaires are twice as likely to keep working in retirement than the broader population, according to a new survey.
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Top 5 Reasons to Retire in Ecuador
With the cost of retirement soaring, some are choosing to spend their golden years abroad. Find out why Ecuador has lured so many Americans.
More Americans Opting to Retire Abroad
For many Americans it's becoming too expensive to live out their retirement in the U.S., so they're packing up and heading to places like Ecuador where they can get a lot more bang for their bucks.
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When an Adviser Tells Clients They Can't Retire
How do you tell a client she can't retire yet? Delivering bad news comes with the territory for financial advisers.
Social Security Closes Offices as Baby Boomers Age
The Social Security Administration has been closing dozens of field offices, forcing more seniors to seek help online instead of in person.
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Women Working Longer Will Change Face of Workplace
The share of older women remaining in the workforce has increased sharply over the past 20 years, much more quickly than for men.
Avoiding the 8 Deadly Sins of Retirement
The potential pitfalls threatening a successful retirement are many, and the biggest errors fall into both psychological and financial categories.
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25% of Americans Saving $0 for Retirement
And Americans between the ages of 18-29, often called "millennials", are among the worst when it comes to saving for retirement.
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Whatever It Takes: Seniors Seek Roomies to Survive
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Rising costs for food and medication, battered retirement portfolios and dwindling savings have some seniors looking for roommates, legal or not.
Infographic: Top 5 Best and Worst Places to Retire
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Why South Dakota is the New Florida
Florida and Arizona have the weather, but when it comes to quality of life, South Dakota tops a new list of Best States for Retirement.
401(k) Balances Surge, But It's Still Not Enough
A surging stock market has accelerated the recovery of many workers' retirement plans over the past few years.
You've Saved for Retirement. How Do You Spend It?
It’s been hard enough teaching people how to save for their retirement. It could be more difficult to teach them how to spend that retirement savings.
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Off the Clock? Retirees Keep One Foot in Workforce
Many older Americans continue to work, whether for pleasure or economic necessity. Here's where seniors can find opportunities.
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Job Market Dropouts Likely to Stay Out
Data shows participation in the past few years has fallen mainly because Americans have retired or signed up for disability benefits.
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Why Ignoring Your 401(k) Isn't Always a Bad Thing
The majority of retirement plan participants are too busy, overwhelmed or bored to change how their retirement money is invested.
Pickleball: The Fastest-Growing Sport in America
Find out why the pickleball craze is sweeping the nation.
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More Rich Americans Confident About Retiring
More Americans believe they can retire comfortably, but one-third of workers have saved less than $1,000 for their golden years.
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Unemployment Benefits Bill a Double-Edged Sword
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A proposed bill to restore unemployment benefits is a double-edged sword as it also allows employers to slow down contributions to private pension funds.
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