retirees
Retirees Likely to Receive Significant Bump in Social Security Benefits in 2022
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The cost-of-living adjustment for Social Security benefits for next year is expected to be the largest since 1982.
The RMD Solution to the Hassle of Filing Estimated Taxes in Retirement
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If you don't need the money to live on, wait until December to take your RMD and ask the sponsor to withhold a big chunk for the IRS.
When Are 2021 Estimated Tax Payments Due?
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If you're self-employed or don't have taxes withheld from other sources of taxable income, it's up to you to periodically pay the IRS by making estimated tax payments.
Will There Be a Fourth Stimulus Check Just for Older Americans?
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A group is urging Congress to send new $1,400 checks to Social Security recipients.
A Kiplinger – Personal Capital Poll: The Pandemic Is Reshaping Retirement
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Inflation tops health care costs as the biggest concern, and many preretirees are boosting their saving rate.
A Bumper Crop of Fantastic Retirement Funds
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Retirees and those nearing the end of their careers must consider growth, income and safety for their investments. Here are 10 mutual funds and ETFs that keep those requirements in mind.
Can Insurers Be a Pension Safety Net?
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In exchange for buying a group annuity, employers are transferring their pension-paying obligations to life insurance companies, who pay the pension. This practice has implications for how pensions are protected and whether the payments are off limits to creditors.
12 Questions Retirees Often Get Wrong About Taxes in Retirement
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You worked hard to build your retirement nest egg. But do you know how to minimize taxes on your savings?
7 Effects of Inflation & How to Protect Yourself From the Consequences
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Curious how inflation affects you? Unravel the mystery so you can protect yourself against potential negative impacts.
3 Ways Early Retirees Can Minimize Their Health Insurance Costs
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Until you can go on Medicare, you’ll need health insurance on your own, and of course that can be pricey. Subsidies through the Affordable Care Act can be a big help, but you need to manage your income to qualify. Here are three tips to help make that happen.
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