Retirement Planning

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Gay Marriage's Big Benefit Is Social Security

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The Supreme Court's ruling on same-sex marriage will give a huge boost to the retirement security of LGBT Americans, especially in the realm of Social Security

Court’s Marriage Ruling Ends Couples’ Tax, Personal-Finance Confusion

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The Supreme Court’s decision to allow same-sex marriage nationwide will remove tax and personal-finance headaches that have bedeviled gay couples.

Housing In U.S. Seen Boosted By Millennials Finally Buying Homes

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A greater share of U.S. millennials say they’re likely to buy a home this year, adding to evidence that first-time buyers are finally entering the real estate market and fueling a jump in sales.

Virginia Offers Best Retirement, New York The Worst, Says LPL Study

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LPL Financial looked at a variety of factors to rank states on their allure for retirees.

Do You Know What Your Spouse Makes? 43 Percent Of Americans Don't

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Couples’ ignorance about their incomes seems to be growing, from 27 percent in 2013 to 43 percent this year, and there could be a lot of reasons why.

Perez: Comments Shaping Changes To Fiduciary Rule

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The federal secretary of labor says comments on the proposed fiduciary rule for retirement plan advisors are already shaping DOL thinking on how it should be modified.

FPA: Feds May Follow States' Lead On Small Employer Retirement Plans

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An FPA official says the federal government may start requiring small employers to have retirement plans with automatic enrollment.

Elder Fraud Takes An Emotional Toll

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Financial fraud and abuse among the elderly is growing, say CPAs.

Wealthy Love Their Retirement Homes

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Wealthy individuals have an emotional attachment to their retirement homes, survey says.

Making Retirement Money Last To 103: An Expert's Plan For Himself

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The guy who teaches financial advisors how to advise clients shares his personal retirement blueprint.

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