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Your best alternative in retirement may be to keep working. But you can do something you enjoy.
Financial plans should not be made in a vacuum. You owe it to your future beneficiaries to discuss yours.
It's time to develop and implement a retirement strategy, and that starts with a few questions.
Heirs might dodge a double tax a couple of ways, including by you planning distributions to them.
The Qualified Domestic Relations Order set rules for partners and penalties on 401(k) withdrawals in a divorce.
Your career is your most powerful investment you can make.
Don't subject your investments to a higher tax rate when you don't need to.
Just because your investments are split doesn't mean you are diversified.
Social Security spousal benefits can go from lower-earning partners to higher-earning as well as vice versa.
Retirees acted as expected on tax changes affecting charitable distributions from their IRA. Then the ground shifted.