Income Planning

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Michael Kitces Warns Advisors About Sequence Risk, Defends 4.0% Rule

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The risk that Americans will face poor returns early in retirement is greater than it's been in years, he says.

Women Feel Less Financially Secure Than Men, Study Says

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But younger women feel more optimistic, according to the Northwestern Mutual report.

Annuities Correlate With Improved Retiree Financial Behaviors, Survey Finds

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Now that RIAs have figured out how to charge for an annuity, firms are benefiting, too.

New Tool Offers Help Maximizing Social Security Benefits

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The RSSA Roadmap is designed to help advisors and consumers devise a strategy for claiming benefits.

Social Security Bump Won't Calm Retiree Money Worries

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Workers are increasingly concerned about potential cuts to Social Security benefits in the coming decade.

Women Less Confident Than Men About Retirement, Northwestern Mutual Says

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Gen X women are least likely to have a long-term financial plan, according to a company survey.

When The Initial Plan Fails, Retirees Need A Plan B, Transamerica Says

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Policymakers have an important role to play in people's successful retirements.

Emergency Funds Supplant Retirement As Americans' Top Money Worry, EBRI Says

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Saving for retirement dropped to third on the list of most stress-inducing money concerns.

Alternatives Can Replace 60/40 in Retirement Planning, Davidow Says

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Alt investments can provide the non-correlated assets that stocks and bonds have failed to deliver, he said.

Three Myths About The Bond Market

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The era of declining interest rates may have come to an end, and many investors don't seem to realize it.

Investors Are Traumatized By Inflation, Natixis Says

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Inflation has become the number one financial fear for investors, surpassing tax hikes and surprise expenses.

Every Generation Makes Money Mistakes. Here's What They Are

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Many of us are making moves in the wrong decade of life.

Vanguard Says Even Affluent Earners May Face A Retirement Funding Shortfall

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Only exceptionally high earners are poised to fund all their retirement needs, according to a company study.

Rollover Advice Surges 150% At Top Wealth Management Firms, Study Says

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Consumer demand and compliance technology are driving recommendations, InvestorCOM found.

Younger Generations Want Advisor Help With Retirement Plans, Cerulli Says

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Plan sponsors need to develop more in-plan advisor services, the research firm says.

Retirement Income Investing: A New Set Of Opportunities

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Some advisors are building bond ladders to the sky as they lock in higher interest rates while they can.

The Complex Truth About Reverse Mortgages

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Few advisors even want to talk about them: Since their introduction in the 1960s, they have developed an unsavory reputation.

U.S. Retirement Savers Risk Being Sucked Into Financial Vortex, Goldman Says

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Goldman found that student debt and caregiving requirements hinder people's retirement goals.

Inflation Is Dashing Retirement Plans As Investors Wake To Reality Of Price Surges

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Almost half of affluent investors in the U.S. say inflation is “killing their dreams of retirement” in a recent survey.

Ed Slott Spotlights 6 Big IRA Tax Changes For 2023

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While Congress hasn't changed tax laws this year, the IRS has been busy issuing rulings, Slott said.

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