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More Workers Worry They Can’t Afford Retirement

Americans are not feeling good about their financial standing when it comes to preparing for retirement. Workers and retirees are nearly as worried about making their retirement money last as they were during The Great Recession.

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Social Security Helps Prevent A Poverty-Ridden Old Age

When I was a young worker paying Social Security payroll taxes into the Trust Funds — which were going to help retired workers on a “pay as you go” basis — I was told that “Social Security won’t be there to help you when you need to retire.”

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Will You Face A Tax Bomb In Retirement?

Good savers, beware. The money you’re stuffing into your 401(k) and other retirement accounts has to be withdrawn someday.

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Nearly 70 Percent Of Americans Plan To Work In Retirement

Working through retirement may seem like an absurdly oxymoronic approach to one’s golden years, yet it’s becoming the norm.

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Early Retirement Can Accelerate Cognitive Decline

arly retirement can accelerate cognitive decline among the elderly, according to research conducted by faculty at Binghamton University, State University of New York. 

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What Does The Debt Limit Problem Mean For Social Security, Medicare?

The U.S. government on Thursday ran up against its legal borrowing capacity of $31.381 trillion, and the Treasury Department began implementing “extraordinary measures” to avoid a default.

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