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A Knowledge Gap Keeps People Inadequately Prepared For Retirement, Prudential Says

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The firm says people often don't know whether they have enough money to contact an advisor.

Beware Marginal Tax Rates And Social Security, Expert Warns Retirees

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Retirees can avoid high marginal tax rates with Roth conversions, said William Reichenstein.

A Look At Midyear IRA And Planning Opportunities

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The 10-year rule, catch-up contributions and other issues await clarification.

Variable Withdrawal Rates Better For Retirees, Morningstar Says

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Variable retirement withdrawal rates beat out static rates over a 30-year horizon, the firm said.

Millennials Harbor Unrealistic Retirement Goals, Study Says

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The generation also is more reliant on defined contribution plans than others, according to Natixis Investment Management.

Americans' Pessimism About Achieving A Comfortable Retirement Is Growing

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Sentiment hasn't been this low since 2008, according to a Greenwald Research/EBRI report.

Random Walk's Malkiel: Tax-Loss Harvesting Enhances Index Investing

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The author of "A Random Walk Down Wall Street," is a believer in the power of tax-loss harvesting.

Addressing The Retirement Confidence Gap

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Finding and instilling confidence in consumers is the key to their secured financial futures.

Financial Stress Rises Among U.S. Workers, Survey Finds

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John Hancock's is the second survey in as many weeks to mark degrading financial wellness.

More 401(k) Plan Sponsors Strive To Keep Client Assets, Cerulli Says

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Sponsors are more inclined to try to keep their account holders from rolling over their plans, the company says.

How To Spare Clients Stress And Taxes Solving The Retirement Mortgage Question

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Financial decisions that seem to make sense in the moment can in the long run cost individuals in both money and stress.

Fear Of Stock Losses Has Retirement Savers Sticking With Cash

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Millennial workers have a third of their retirement funds in cash, more than any other asset class, a new survey says.

Higher Fees Eat Up To 9% Of Employees' Retirement Balances At Small Firms, Morningstar Says

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Employees at smaller firms pay around double what workers pay for retirement plans at larger companies, Morningstar said.

2022 Was Good For Annuities; 2023 Stands To Be Better

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CFRA Research says annuities have winds at their back from the SECURE Act and interest rates.

Avoiding Retirement Withdrawal Taxes Can Be Tricky, Advisors Say

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Moving to a tax friendly state is a valid option, but proving state residence is sometimes complicated.

Don't Make The Same Mistake As SVB With Your 401(k)

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Knowing what makes an asset safe is not always so simple, and it will differ based on circumstances.

Startup Offers Pooled Investment For Retirees

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Savvly says its investment pool allows investors to manage longevity risk.

IRI Pushing For Federally Mandated Retirement Plans, Annuity Options

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The annuities industry trade group wants to make annuities a required default investment in retirement plans.

The Ranks Of 401(k) Millionaires Are Shrinking

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Fidelity Investments said its seven-figure retirement accounts dropped from 442,000 to 299,000 last year.

The Average 401(k) Lost 20% Of Its Value Last Year

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Retirement accounts took a dive in 2022 as tech stocks plunged, according to research from Fidelity.

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