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Rob Kron continues his series on Social Security with a discussion of when to collect. (Spoiler alert: "As soon as you can" is not necessarily the wisest course.)
President Obama got our attention in his State of the Union speech by calling for action on retirement. The President's budget proposals, however, may reveal more about the administration's overall vision for retirement policy.
Sue Thompson explains why there's a good chance your 2013 tax bill may be higher than you thought, and she shares three ideas for how you can lessen the impact of two new taxes in 2014.
According to a new BlackRock survey, while men and women both prioritize retirement, more men than women have begun to save for retirement.
Recent turmoil in Ukraine, Nigeria and other frontier markets leaves many investors wondering if there's volatility on the horizon for this asset class. Dodd Kittsley takes a closer look at past momentum and discusses whether he thinks it's likely to continue.
Nelli Oster examines how men and women approach investment decisions differently and what this means for their portfolios.
Peter Hayes explains why pension reform in states and cities throughout the U.S. is becoming increasingly necessary, common and advantageous for muni markets.
Does it make sense to force people still building for retirement to make withdrawals at the same time?