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Raising your children to be good savers, good investors, and good managers of money can save them from years of financial struggles.
Think carefully about your hard-earned dollars, and consider deploying them in productive ways.
You don't have to settle for the retirement income you're expecting. Here are some powerful ways to get more money.
It can mean decades of struggling when you're older, but there are steps you can take to greatly improve your situation.
The average monthly Social Security retirement benefit was recently $1,461, or about $17,500 annually. Fortunately, there are multiple ways to increase those benefits.
If you're committing just a few of these blunders, they may be costing you tens of thousands of dollars -- and there's a good chance you're committing more than just a few.
There are solid reasons to do so and not do so. See which ones apply most to you.
Delaying starting to collect your benefits will make your checks bigger, but believe it or not, that's probably not your best move.
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Here's what to expect from Social Security if you earn $100,000 -- or if you earn more or less than that. It's smart to find out, so you can plan accordingly.
It's a lot more possible to amass $100,000 than you might think -- and you may even become a millionaire, too. Here's how.
Here, at a glance, is how much you need to be saving and investing in order to amass $1 million. See how good or bad the news is for you.
Social Security encompasses more than just retirement benefits, and the more you know, the more money you might collect from it.
Completing these five tasks each year will make your retirement more secure and less stressful.
Taxes, health insurance, and online shopping present unique pitfalls.
These bits of wisdom from Warren Buffett, Colin Powell, John Bogle, and others can set you on a straighter path toward financial security.
If this is the year you finally stop working, here's how to maximize your Social Security benefits and enjoy steady income in your golden years.
An early retirement is sweet -- see whether you want Social Security to help you achieve one, too.