RETIREMENT PLANNING

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Insurance Among Strategies Needed For Lifetime Retirement Income, AllianceBernstein Says

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Longer lifespans require advisors to be more innovative when planning for retirement income, the company says in a new report.

More 401(k) Participants Are Getting Professional Advice, Vanguard Says

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Sponsors are increasingly making advisors available to plan participants, the company said in new report.

CAPTRUST Grows Presence In Texas With $2.3B AUM Firm

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Southern Wealth Management serves ultra-high-net-worth families with a robust suite of family office services.

2024 Social Security COLA Estimated At 3%

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That forecast reflects a jump from 2.7% forecasted by the Senior Citizens League last month.

State Pension Funding Rebounds On Stock Gains, Wilshire Says

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The gains left state pensions with assets sufficient to cover 78.2% of promised benefits as of June 30.

How To Balance Retirement Income And Taxes

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The timing of retirement withdrawals can have a big impact on taxes, advisors say.

DC Plans Tighten Their Grip On Retiree Assets, Cerulli Says

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DC plans increasingly are offering retirees income-producing products, a company report says.

Home Equity An Untapped Source Of Retirement Income, Vanguard Says

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Relocating to a cheaper housing market can unlock at least $100,000 in assets for most retirees, company researchers say.

Going Off Script In Retirement Conversations

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Retirees want a financial plan, but sometimes, as in the movies, you have to improvise.

Retirees Torn Over When To Surrender Control Of Assets, Vanguard Finds

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With many retirees dealing with cognitive decline, the issue is rising in importance, according to a company study.

Men's 401(k) Balances Average 50% Higher Than Women's, BofA Finds

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More men than women max-out on retirement contributions, a recent study discovered.

The U.S. Cities Where Retirement Income Goes Furthest

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Retirees in these cities get the most from their income when costs and taxes are considered, according to SmartAsset.

Americans Say They Need $1.27M To Retire Comfortably

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That's a problem since the average U.S. pre-retiree has only saved about $110,000, a Northwestern Mutual report says.

Time Is Running Out To Avoid Cuts To Social Security Benefits

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Experts in how the program works share their ideas on how to modernize the safety net and make it sustainable.

Carson Group Acquires $5B AUM Oregon Retirement Plan Specialist

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Carson has recently shored up its workplace retirement plan offerings through hires and acquisitions.

Should People Enroll In Medicare At 65?

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There are several factors that go into deciding when to enroll in Medicare.

Rockefeller Hires Three Women-Led Teams With $2.8B In Assets

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Two teams were formerly with First Republic and the other comes from Truist.

Research On Aging Is Moving At The Speed Of AI

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Much longer lives could present an even greater need for protected lifetime income.

Longer Lifespans Demand New Advisor Playbook, Ric Edelman Says

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“Too often I've discovered financial advice is rooted in the past," Edelman said.

Raising Social Security Full Retirement Age To 69 Eyed By House Conservatives

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The proposal would gradually increase the retirement age to 69 years old by 2033.

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