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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 for your 50s
Individuals in their 50s are starting to get closer to the day when they hope to enjoy the retirement they’ve been planning for so long.

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.

Women and Retirement - The Gender Gap
In a recent national survey designed to gauge the financial literacy of U.S. consumers about one-third of Americans said they are worried that they won't be able to save enough money to retire comfortably.

How to Get the Most Out of Your 401(k) Plan
If you are enrolled and actively participating in a 401(k) retirement plan at your place of employment, congratulations. This is one of the best things individuals can do to help prepare for a financially secure retirement.

What's Your Retirement Number?
There are many uncertainties when it comes to retirement planning. One of the biggest uncertainties is determining how much money you will need to meet your living expenses after you retire. In other words, what is your "retirement number?"

4 Important Retirement Decisions
Some people are extremely disciplined when it comes to saving diligently and investing wisely for retirement throughout their working lives. But the need for discipline and diligence doesn't stop when you actually reach retirement age and enter your golden years.

The Retirement Disconnect: Confidence Doesn't Mirror Practices
Despite increased confidence in their ability to retire Americans in general are no more likely to have saved any more money for retirement this year than they did last year.

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

A 401(k) Primer - Answering 6 Common Questions
401(k)s have become one of the most popular retirement savings vehicles in America but many people aren't clear about how their plan really works. Here are 6 of the most common questions many people have about their plans.

Saving for retirement: How late is too late?
Ideally you should begin saving for retirement in your 20s. The more time you have to save the better your chances of having the kind of retirement lifestyle you desire.

Your Lifestyle After Retirement
Have you given any thought to how this lifestyle might change after retirement? It might be advisable to sit down with a professional financial planner who can guide you through your best options.

Are You Ready to Retire?
The question is actually more complicated than it first appears because it demands consideration on two levels - emotional and financial.

In Retirement Timing is Everything
When it comes to transitioning into retirement timing really is everything The age at which you retire can have an enormous impact on your overall retirement income situation so you''l want to make sure you've considered your decision from every angle

Retirement Income: The 3-Legged Stool
Retirement income has been described as a "three-legged stool" composed of Social Security, traditional employer pension income and individual savings and investments.

David Lerner Associates: Retirement Income Gender Gap
One of the most important factors is retirement planning is to figure out your retirement income needs. There are many reasons why women are more likely than men to face a retirement income shortfall.

Millennials Face Tough Retirement Decisions
Many Millennials think retirement is so far in the future, it's not even on their list of issues to worry about. However, statistics show that for these young adults, retirement could be a huge problem unless they start to plan early.

Keep Your Eyes on That Retirement Goal
Many Americans are not financially prepared for retirement, with almost a third of working adults without savings or a pension, according to a recent Federal Reserve study. To avoid having to drastically downsize and reduce your living standard once you reach retirement age, it's vital to set a goal and keep your eye on that prize.

Keep Your Eyes on That Retirement Goal
Many Americans are not financially prepared for retirement, with almost a third of working adults without savings or a pension, according to a recent Federal Reserve study. To avoid having to drastically downsize and reduce your living standard once you reach retirement age, it's vital to set a goal and keep your eye on that prize.

How Grandparents Can Help with College Costs
It's no surprise that as college costs continue to climb, many grandparents are stepping in to help. Many of these grandparents are Baby Boomers, who value a college education and are willing to assist their grandkids with gifts predicted to be trillions of dollars over the coming decades.

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