Retirement

This article is a part of a series; click here to read Part One. With investment solutions, a more comfortable lifestyle may be maintained for those willing to invest aggressively in the hope of subsequently earning higher market returns to support a higher income rate. Should decent market returns materialize and sufficiently outpace inflation, investment
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FedEx employee Hector Montoya prepares packages for delivery in New York, U.S., on Thursday, March … [+] 19, 2008.Photographer: JB Reed/Bloomberg News BLOOMBERG NEWS “FedEx Closes Pension Plan to New Hires”: that’s the headline at the Wall Street Journal today. Or, as the Memphis Commercial Appeal reported, “FedEx to launch a new 401k plan with
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Cropped shot of two elderly people discussing a … [+] documenthttp://195.154.178.81/DATA/i_collage/pi/shoots/783531.jpg Getty Big brand names can’t rely on their past “glory days” forever. Today we’re going to make sure you don’t hold any “household name has beens” in your retirement portfolio. I’m talking about washed up brands like Tupperware (TUP). The yesteryear firm’s shareholders just
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By Daniel Newman and Olivier Blanchard, Next Avenue Contributors Getty (There have been many scary stories lately about how robots and artificial intelligence will increasingly replace human jobs in the coming years. So, you may be nervous about what the future holds for you and your career. In this excerpt from their new book Human/Machine:
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Businessman holding tablet and showing a growing virtual hologram of statistics, graph and chart … [+] with arrow up on dark background. Stock market. Business growth, planing and strategy concept. Getty Over 25 years after William P. Bengen published what he referred to as the SAFEMAX rate in the October 1994 issue of the Journal of
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Switch button positioned on the word minimum, black background and blue light. Conceptual image for … [+] illustration of Risk management or assessment. Getty Interest rates are the talk of the bond world right now. They are going up for once! Does this mean we should book profits on our fixed-rate bond positions? They have
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Why would a 25-year-old medical student attend a summit on Alzheimer’s disease in the nation’s capital? And why is he thinking about dementia at all? Nihal Satyadev said he wants to change everyone’s perception of Alzheimer’s disease, and that includes young people. Members of his national endeavor—the Youth Movement Against Alzheimer’s (YMAA)—can be found in
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