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Costly insurance programs dressed up as investment strategies are unlikely to prove beneficial to your financial health.
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Just about every U.S. worker across every generation underestimates the cost of health care in retirement, but they're frighteningly off-target.
The financial crisis gave Millennials a crash course in economics that they're putting to good use.
Long-term care needs to be a major part of your financial planning.
Employers and their workers have different ideas about the latter's retirement needs, but employee worries and financial problems may be changing that.
Some helpful questions to help you hone your investing skills.
You're thinking about your retirement all wrong.
As more financial advisors adopt the use of artificial intelligence, the technology will help them avoid spending their time answering mundane questions and focus more on financial planning.
Americans are getting better with this whole retirement thing, as only 28% say they plan to take the benefit when eligible at 62.
With millions of Americans underprepared financially for retirement, added income for retirees won't be a luxury - it will be a necessity.
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With changes in the tax code imminent, along with other economic policy changes coming out of Washington, D.C., a thorough review of your estate plan is a must.