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Medicare coverage won’t go with you if you decide to retire overseas, International Living reports.
Access to retirement funds could be necessary for people impacted by the storm.
The best country for expats offers a temperate climate and plenty of leisure activities, U.S. News reports.
The Labor Department gets approval to pursue postponing the rule's effective date by 18 months.
The most affordable retirement locations are outside of North America, International Living reports.
Elder financial abuse and fraud is a growing problem. Here's how to protect your loved ones.
For empty nesters ready to downsize, cleaning out a house full of stuff is overwhelming, but it's best to start as soon as possible.
Fidelity estimates a healthy, 65-year-old couple will need $275,000 to cover their health care costs in retirement. How to plan for that.
Here are the top 10 places to retire in the world, according to International Living magazine.
Here are the states where you can stretch your retirement savings the furthest and those where even $1 million doesn't go very far.
These 400-square-foot houses are built for accessibility and include a living room, galley kitchen as well as a bedroom.
States that rank high for services fall short on prices.
Americans are increasingly pessimistic about their retirement prospects, yet for those willing to relocate, the future could look different.
How GOP politicians are making it more difficult for millions of working Americans to save for retirement, says Diane Oakley.
Going through the process can result in a better mix of investments for workers.
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