Retirees Can Earn This Much Without Paying Taxes

Many retirees plan to earn extra income to supplement their retirement spending. But how much can a retired person earn without paying taxes? The answer to this question varies based on your...

United Steelworkers chief vows to organize clean energy, electric cars and retail industries

By Erwin Seba LAS VEGAS - The head of the United Steelworkers union on Monday vowed to pursue employees in clean energy, electric cars and retail industries as it seeks to adapt to a changing...

There Is A Giant Illusion For The Majority Of Market Commentators Choosing Not To See It

There Is A Giant Illusion For The Majority Of Market Commentators Choosing Not To See It By Michael Every of Rabobank Holy Illusions Hands up how many of you had 528K down as your US...

Liz Weston: 3 ways to fight inflation and win the long game

Inflation is scary. Groceries, gas, airfare, car purchases, utilities : In so many areas, your buying power is shrinking as prices continue to rise.Fear can make you want to do something —...

As climate change threatens more homes, some properties are getting too costly to insure

Homeowners insurance premiums rose by 12.1% nationwide, compared to one year ago. surges have been higher in disaster-prone states, according to Policygenius. As climate change threatens the U.S....

Retirees Are Inflation's Hidden Victims. Here's How They Can Protect Themselves

Investors should instead build a diverse investment portfolio for better financial security in the long run.

If you're 'unretiring' and collecting Social Security, here's what to know before heading back to work

A combination of high prices and more job openings may encourage retirees back into the workforce. The trend, called "unretirement," rebounded this spring to pre-pandemic levels. About two-thirds,...

If you're 'unretiring' and collecting Social Security, here's what to know before heading back to work

A combination of high prices and more job openings may encourage retirees back into the workforce. Here's what that means for Social Security benefits.

Retirees may be focusing on the wrong risks to financial security, due to 'exaggerated assessments of market volatility'

When asked what the biggest financial risk is to their retirements, many retirees say the markets. But it turns out another factor carries a much bigger weight.

Retirement Weekly: Philanthropic giving: The secret for retirees to build a long-term financial dynasty

How to keep wealth alive for generations to come.

U.S. job growth seen slowing in July; but far from recession levels

By Lucia Mutikani WASHINGTON - U.S. job growth likely slowed in July, but the pace was probably strong enough to keep the unemployment rate at 3.6% for a fifth straight month, offering the...

The Local Tax Break Many Retirees Don't Know About---but Should

Many local governments offer tax relief for seniors and others. The problem is that many taxpayers aren’t aware of it.

Should You Carry Your Mortgage Into Retirement?

Many financial planners suggest that retirees continue to carry a mortgage into and throughout retirement. Reinvest the money from your home equity, and suddenly you'll have a stream of new...

GOP states plan all-out assault on woke banks over ESG policies

Republican state officials are readying plans to punish woke banks which push anti-fossil fuel policies and adhere to so-called environmental, social and governance standards. West Virginia...

7 changes Americans are willing to make to fix Social Security

Lawmakers have just 13 years before Social Security won't be able to pay full benefits. A recent survey of individual registered voters finds they could sign off on a host of possible changes....

Social Security: What’s the First Thing You Should Do With Y…

Whether you're 20 years old or 10 years away from retirement, it's important to plan how you're going to supplement your income and spend your money during your golden years. For many soon-to-be...

Inflation, Stock Market May Cause Retirees To Reconsider Using Their Home Equity

Cash-squeezed seniors and retirees may need to explore creative ways to make ends meet.

This Chart Shows How Contributing to an HSA Can Pay Off Big

Most people think of health savings accounts (HSAs) as tools for covering annual medical expenses. HSAs are unique because they benefit from a trio of tax advantages. Unlike flexible spending...

7 changes Americans are willing to make to fix Social Security

Lawmakers have just 13 years before Social Security won't be able to pay full benefits. A recent survey of individual registered voters finds they could sign off on a host of possible changes....

Congress Could Change Your Retirement Plans. Is It Good or Bad News?

The House of Representatives and Senate are working along similar lines to reform retirement plans. Initiatives in both bodies raise the age cap for retired minimum distributions. Both let...

Is Buying Long-Term Care Insurance Worth It?

Seventy percent of all current retirees will require some form of long-term care in old age.

The Fatal Flaw in Your Retirement Plan’s Target Date Funds

The life-cycle portfolios that have become so common in 401(k)s will leave retirees unprotected from inflation and short on income in the long run.

5 Perfect Stocks Retirees Can Confidently Buy Right Now

These time-tested stocks check all the right boxes for retirees wanting to preserve and grow their nest egg, while also potentially netting passive income.

15 worst states to live on just a Social Security check

The average monthly payment for Social Security retirement benefits is $1,613.77. That's not enough to get by in most places in America, but Social Security was never meant to serve as a retiree's...

How Much Can Retirees Earn Without Paying Taxes?

Many retirees plan to earn extra income to supplement their retirement spending. But how much can a retired person earn without paying taxes? The answer to this question varies based on your...

New Bill in Congress Could Help Your Savings Go Further in Retirement

SECURE 2.0 offers benefits for workers, older retirees, and student loan borrowers.

United Auto Workers Seek to Shed a Legacy of Corruption

A federal investigation found widespread corruption in the U.A.W. Since last year, the union has been under the scrutiny of a court-appointed monitor. Two former presidents were convicted of...

Good News for Retirees: Lower Medicare Part B Premiums Could Be Coming

Bad news for Biogen could translate to lower Medicare Part B premiums for seniors.

Retirement Weekly: How to make the most of your retirement

Most of today’s retirees and pre-retirees view retirement as a new chapter in life. Only 27% see it as a time for rest and relaxation. This comes from Edward Jones’ and Age Wave study of more than...

Robert Powell's Retirement Portfolio: Are retirees worrying about the wrong things?

In retirement, you’re going to face many risks, such as outliving your money, investment losses, unexpected health expenses, unforeseen needs of family members, and maybe even retirement benefit...

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