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Social Security Benefits

Social Security Inequality?

Most of us work all of our lives to try and secure a comfortable retirement. About 26% of us will not live long enough to collect social security. Almost everyone who works today pays into social security . There are some exceptions such as public school teachers, railroad employees and social... more

Strategy of Retirement Planning

The Changing Retirement Landscape and How to Prepare for It

With a continued influx of baby boomers retiring, the retirement landscape is about to undergo a seismic shift. What does it mean to be a baby boomer? First, there's demographics: Between 2000 and 2011, the percentage of Americans over 65 years of age grew 18% - with the number of people at or... more

IRA Investments

Unpacking Obama's MyRA (and What Can It Do for You?)

By James O'Brien By now, many investors and analysts have taken a look at President Obama's MyRA plan and drawn a reasonable conclusion: It won't get retirees through many years of post-work expenses. But then, that's not the MyRA's purpose. The federal government's newest retirement instrument... more

Retirement Lifestyle Management

Millennials and Retirement: 5 Ways to Rethink the Future of Your Working Life

By James O'Brien. The United States will soon fully understand what a millennial workforce means. The generation, which includes present-day adults aged 18 to 33, will make up some 50% of the nation's employees by 2020, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. And the workforce they're... more

Pension Planning and Benefits

Is Your Pension Safe?

Most people assume that promises made to them by their employers are iron clad. For those of us who are self employed we have no employer to rely on and must rely on ourselves to make sure our future retirement is secure. 'Pension' is thought of by most people as a defined benefit pension plan... more

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