If you're 10 years away from retiring, listen up to Ivory Johnson of Delancey Wealth Management for advice on how to save your money.» Read More
If you're 10 years away from retiring, listen up to Ivory Johnson of Delancey Wealth Management for advice on how to save your money.
*Ireland takes rare aim at multinationals' tax rates. Bruton's call for an international clampdown on aggressive tax planning by large corporates is a rare negative shot at a sector that Ireland has courted for decades and underscores the high stakes for Dublin, which faces pressure to act alone.
WASHINGTON, May 22- Pension funds- those old guaranteed-benefit retirement plans your grandma might have told you about- outperform those in 401 plans year after year, according to new research from consulting company Towers Watson.
The new retirement age is getting younger for many Americans who can least afford to retire. African-Americans retire earlier than the general population, despite leaner nest eggs.
DUBLIN, May 22- The international community needs to work together to stop large multinationals aggressively playing one country's tax code off against another, Ireland's Minister for Enterprise said on Wednesday.
The Chicago- based Civic Federation also found that pension funding levels continued to drop, falling to an average actuarial level of 50.8 percent in fiscal 2011 from 80.3 percent in fiscal 2002. That suggests the area's pension systems currently have sufficient resources to meet just over half of their future financial obligations to retirees.
CHICAGO, May 21- A job and a paycheck- they go together like coffee and cream. But when you retire from your regular job, does that mean you have to give up the cream? They want a piece of the $5.1 trillion in assets that the Investment Company Institute says was in workplace retirement plans last year.
PROVIDENCE, R.I.-- A federal judge refused Monday to vacate the guilty plea of an estate-planning lawyer accused of using the identities of terminally ill patients to illegally obtain millions of dollars, calling his motion to withdraw his plea bizarre and without merit and ordering him into custody immediately.
There's a lot at stake in how we plan for retirement, and most of us can't afford to screw up. Here are the top mistakes, according to financial planners.
Baby boomers preparing for retirement are driving a surge in small business sales, as they find more buyers confident enough to expand their own businesses through acquisitions.
Retirees are increasingly moving where daily bills are lower in order to crank up the purchasing power of Social Security, pension or annuity payments.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill.-- Illinois' state universities and community colleges have agreed to gradually start picking up their own retirement costs under a preliminary deal that emerged at a public hearing Thursday, a step forward on a concept that's been debated by lawmakers for more than a year.
NEW YORK, May 17- In the financial world, arbitrage is a trading strategy that earns profit by exploiting price differences between markets. "That's the way we look at it," says Prescher, who lives with his wife, Suzan Haskins, in an apartment with a view of Mount Imbabura. "
Retiring at an average of 61, Americans plan to stay on the job until 66, according to Gallup, an uptick that predates the 2008 recession.
CHICAGO, May 15- Healthcare costs put a big squeeze on retiree pocketbooks, but the grip may be relaxing a bit. "It's good news, because it means healthcare inflation is below the cost of overall inflation- and that doesn't happen often," says Sunit Patel, senior vice president of Fidelity's benefits consulting group.
WASHINGTON, May 15- It isn't like Federal Reserve Board Chairman Ben Bernanke and his colleagues have it in for old people- I'm sure they are all very respectful of their elders.
A 65-year-old couple retiring this year would need $220,000 on average to cover medical expenses, an 8 percent decrease from last year's estimate. But most people estimate just a fraction of that.
LINCOLN, Neb.-- Nebraska lawmakers on Tuesday overrode Gov. Dave Heineman's veto of a public-employee retirement bill, holding in place a deal that was struck to shore up the retirement plans of teachers, judges and state patrol troopers.
CHICAGO, May 15- Healthcare costs put a big squeeze on retiree pocketbooks, but the grip may be relaxing a bit. "It's good news, because it means healthcare inflation is below the cost of overall inflation- and that doesn't happen often," says Sunit Pate, senior vice president of Fidelity's benefits consulting group.
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