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Retirement Planning Strategies For Your 60s
For many people, the 60s are the decade when they are nearing or ready to finally enter the retirement that they may have been planning for most of their lives.

Retirement Planning Strategies For Each Stage of Your Life
Retirement planning is not an isolated, one-time event - something that you do once in your life and then just put on cruise control. It should be an ongoing process that changes and evolves as you move through the various stages of your life.

Retirement Planning Strategies For Your 70s
By their late 60s and 70s, most Americans have either left the workforce altogether or scaled back to part-time work. But this doesn't mean that retirement planning ceases to be important in your 70s.

Retirement Planning Strategies For Your 40s
This is the fourth in a series of articles detailing retirement planning strategies for individuals at each stage of their life.

5 Baby Boomer Financial Behaviors and Attitudes to Watch
The financial behavior and attitudes of the baby boom generation is going to have a significant impact on the nation's financial picture in the coming years.

In Your 50s: Making a Final Retirement Savings Push
As they have started to become more health conscious, eating better and exercising more, many 50-somethings are feeling a lot better than they thought they would at this age. This has prompted the mantra among many that "50 is the new 40."

Four Retirement Planning Tips for Millennials
David Lerner News: Many Millennials are graduating college with crushing student loan debt and poor prospects for finding a well-paying job. The picture is even worse when it comes to some Millennials' future retirement prospects

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