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Retirement Income

Is there a right and wrong time to retire?

The Worst Time to Retire?

By | Investment Returns, Market Index, Retiree, Retirement, Retirement Income, Retirement Planning, Retirement Savings, Returns, Risk | No Comments

Investment News, a weekly national publication for financial advisors, recently published an article titled “Sinking At Retirement” by Greg Iacurci.  The article maintains, “Current market conditions bode horribly for near-term retirees.”  Many baby boomers, including some of our clients, are planning to retire soon.  Should pre-retirees on the verge of retirement be concerned about the impact current market conditions may…

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Are Americans Facing a Retirement Crisis?

Are Americans Facing a Retirement Crisis?

By | Education, Investing Lessons, Retirement, Retirement Planning, Retirement Savings, Social Security | No Comments

Are Americans facing a retirement savings crisis?  The answer to that question depends on who you ask, and perhaps that individual’s prospects for retirement.  The Wall Street Journal recently asked two prominent economists if Americans were facing a retirement savings crisis.  Alicia Munnell, director of Boston College’s Center for Retirement Research and Andrew Biggs, resident scholar at the nonprofit American…

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Social Security recipients will see a very small increase in benefits in 2017.

Social Security Benefits Update

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It is the classic case of “I have some good news and I have some bad news.  Which would you like to receive first?”  The good news for Social Security recipients is that there will be a cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) for the first time since 2015.  The bad news is that the COLA increase is a meager 0.3% for 2017….

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Will Your Savings Last as Long as Your Retirement?

Will You Run Out of Money During Retirement?

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In recent years, a lot of attention has focused on the state of retirement, more specifically the risk that retirees will outlive their money.  Furthermore, in most surveys circulating about retirement today, running out of money during retirement continually tops retirees’ lists of fears and concerns. Retirees’ fears about retirement are far from unfounded as they do face many risks. …

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