A Tale of Two Brothers: It Pays to Wait - AARP
Thinking about retirement and wondering when to take Social Security? Did you know that waiting even a year or two to claim your benefits can make a big difference in monthly benefits for the rest of your life?
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Jane Bryant Quinn: Relax Retirees! You are Long Term Investors Too - AARP
“At 60 or 65 you are going to live another 25 or 30 years, so you are just as much a long term investor as you were when you were 40 or 45,” said Jane Bryant Quinn, author of How to Make Your Money Last.
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Behavioral economist David Laibson describes why U.S. households retire with inadequate savings and what can be done to reduce one of these key reasons.
60 Second Tips: Retirement Mistakes - AARP
You pay your bills, you pay your taxes. Give me 60 seconds and I'll make sure you are paying yourself first. Now it may seem like a long time from now, but the Social Security trust fund is expected to be exhausted by 2040.
Ace Your Retirement "College Ace" - AARP
America is facing a retirement savings crisis. Approximately 2 in 5 households headed by people ages 55-64 - over 9 million households - have no retirement assets saved at all.
Top 10 Best Places To Live In The United States - AARP
If you're considering moving to a new area, then look no further. Livability.com, a division of Journal Communications, has released its third annual list of the Best Places to Live.
Surprise! Florida Apparently Isn't The Best Place To Retire - AARP
Just because this city came in first doesn't mean it'll suit all of your needs.