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When you turn 70-and-a-half, you are required to take money out of your tax-deferred retirement accounts or pay a 50 percent tax penalty.
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Money-market funds have been considered a safe haven for 401(k) dollars, yet plan sponsors are dropping them for stable value.
Next year isn't looking great for an increase in Social Security retirement benefits. How will you manage your income?
Roth 401(k) plans have been around for a decade, but many employers only recently are starting to offer them to eligible workers.
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