Medicare is a key part of your retirement healthcare planning. Make sure you take advantage of it.
Nearly everyone knows that the Social Security system is in trouble, but these two recently released studies from a well-respected post-secondary institution suggest the social program is in significantly worse shape than anyone suspects.
Use these tips to put more money aside.
80% of your preretirement income may have no relationship to what you really need.
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These tips can help you start saving for retirement -- even if you're late to the game.
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Even if its Trust Funds do run out of money, Social Security will pay the majority of the benefits it is expected to pay.
The typical American needs around $510,000 to maintain their pre-retirement lifestyle through their golden years.
If you focus on paying down your debts in your pre-retirement years, you may not need to save as much as you think.