When leaving your job, you can typically cash out your 401(k) or roll it over into a different retirement account. Certain options can make you much richer.
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The more you know about Social Security, the more money you might get out of it.
You might be sending a lot of money down the drain -- needlessly.
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An early retirement may be more attainable -- and more desirable -- than you think.
Don't enter retirement with this massive regret.
You'll receive bigger monthly checks if you wait longer to start collecting them, but that shouldn't be the sole factor in your retirement-timing decision.
There are advantages to claiming your Social Security benefits early or late, but in many cases, filing right on time makes good sense.
The more lessons you learn and mistakes you avoid, the wealthier you can grow.
Approach retirement with your eyes open -- or you may end up hundreds of thousands of dollars short.
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Here's how to find out what to expect from Social Security, no matter how much you earn.
Don't short-change your retirement by inadvertently signing up for shrunken benefit checks.
You know that lots of little expenses add up -- but did you know they may be costing you thousands of dollars?
Don't treat your tax refund as a windfall to spend on treats. Instead, use it to improve your financial security.
Annuities deserve serious consideration for your retirement, as they can deliver financial security, providing income for the rest of your life.
If your retirement savings are not where they should be, put some of these simple strategies to work.
You can't afford to take these chances with your retirement.