Income Planning

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Three Myths About Investing For Retirement

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Most people are probably thinking about retirement all wrong, and probably better off than they think.

Parents Are Risking Their Retirements To Support Adult Children

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With younger generations facing higher housing costs and a tricky job market, many are living at home.

Time Is Running Out To Make These Tax Planning Moves, Says Ed Slott

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Some helpful tax laws are poised to go away in the near future, he said.

Older Americans Are Now Earning Almost As Much As Younger Workers

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Seniors' labor participation rate is expected to rise as the rates of most other age groups stall or decline.

Gen Xers Are Staring Down The Largest Retirement Shortfall

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And just as bad, they're allocating 32% of assets to cash, Schroders finds.

Advisors' Most Pressing RMD Questions For The Final Weeks Of 2023

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There's a lot of confusion on who will be subject to required minimum distributions before year end.

FPA Names 2023 Best Research

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Four academics have been acknowledged for their work to advance the financial planning profession.

Using Guardrails For The 4% Rule

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After Morningstar came up with a new number in 2021, two divergent opinions about the safe withdrawal rate have now reconciled.

When Cash Cows Become Loss Leaders

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As more people retire, you're going to have to be a different kind of advisor.

UnitedHealth Sees 2024 Medicare Enrollment Below Estimates

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It's a sign of slowing growth in a business that has powered insurers' earnings for years.

Annuities Are Back In Fashion, But Are They Safe?

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Rising interest rates have spurred a boom in demand, but investors should take note of recent industry changes.

Consumers Pull Cash From Retirement Accounts Amid Budget Stress

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Some 2.3% of workers took a hardship withdrawal last quarter.

New Annuities Alternative Uses Longevity Pooling For Higher Monthly Payouts

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LifeX will be available to people between ages 60 and 75.

Higher Bond Yields Mean Retirees Can Pull A Bit More From Savings

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Morningstar says retired workers can now safely withdraw 4% a year, up slightly from a 2022 analysis.

Morningstar: New Retiree Safe Withdrawal Rate Is 4%

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And with guardrails in place, retirees can pull 5.2% safely, the research firm said.

Politics Influencing Investment Decisions, Nationwide Finds

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Many Americans fear the 2024 presidential election could affect their retirement plans.

Working With Grieving Spouses And The Social Security Administration

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Advisors must be prepared when clients meet with the Social Security Administration.

Annual IRS Hike Of 401(k) Contribution Rises By Only $500

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The increase is much less than the $2,000 hike that savers saw this year.

Getting Over The Annuity Hurdles

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If you think handling annuities is a problem, you're not alone.

Higher For Longer Mantra Confounds Bond Investors

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What do fixed-income investors say when 15 years of sleepy interest rates suddenly perk up?

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