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Retirement Income Articles
Across the nation, hundreds of thousands of taxpayers who are expecting refunds this month are instead getting letters that the government has confiscated their check.
A small number of wealthy Americans have something to celebrate: They are done paying Social Security taxes for the year.
MLPs pay investors almost all the money they bring in, and sometimes even more. And the more they pay out, the more company managers can charge in fees.
Target-date funds will be the majority of assets in 401(k) plans as a result of increased automatic enrollment and other automated features, Northern Trust predicts.
The funding gap for state government retirement plans grew by 14 percent from 2010 to 2012 to $915 billion despite gains in the stock market, the Pew Charitable Trusts reported.
A recent survey from Charles Schwab finds too many investors harbor misconceptions about the dos and don’ts of financing planning beyond age 50.
Short-term goals and financial independence take precedence over traditional tax-deferred retirement savings accounts for this group, says Hearts & Wallets.
More entrepreneurs are turning to their retirement savings for the start-up funds they need to start new businesses, say those who deal in this market.
Older Americans know more about how lottery winnings are taxed than the tax rules that apply to retirement income, a new study shows.
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