Congress has the chance to pass meaningful retirement reform: The Secure Act in December 2019 was the first large retirement bill passed in decades, but there’s more that can be done to protect retirement security.
Five tips to spot and avoid Medicare scams: Older Americans are often the target of financial scams, but there are ways to protect yourself.
Confused about inherited IRA rules? Here’s what to know: The Internal Revenue Service’s interpretation of the inherited IRA rules could be confusing – and costly – for beneficiaries looking to delay distributions.
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More in retirement news:
Climate change risk is emerging as a mainstream retirement issue (Forbes)
Congress could change your retirement plans. Is it good or bad news? (Yahoo Finance)
Advice Should you use retirement money to pay off credit card debt? (Washington Post)
You could still retire early even if you started saving up late (USA Today)
How to play catch-up with your retirement savings (Barron’s)
U.S. Generals, Diplomats want Chinese companies out of their retirement plans (The Wall Street Journal)
Research and Insight:
The fatal flaw in your retirement plan’s target date funds (Advisor Perspectives)
Higher costs compel more Americans to delay retirement (Spectrum News)
Wade Pfau: The risks of retirement today (Morningstar)
These are the top retirement income concerns for many older Americans, according to a survey (Fox Business)
ACA policyholders may dodge a bullet (Center for Retirement Research at Boston College)
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You could retire to Spain for half the cost of Florida
It’s a struggle to buy a home right now and to save for retirement – here’s how you can do both
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