Among the best stories from Retirement Daily for March 4 - 8: A special invitation for Retirement Daily subscribers, the liability risks to your next egg and research into state-mandated IRAs; early retirement and statin use.
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And in case you missed them, here are some more of this week's best stories from Retirement Daily.
Guest columnist Steven Podnos writes: You've reached the golden years and are about to -- hopefully -- enjoy many years of travel and other fruits of your labor. But now you or your spouse causes a car accident and are being sued for several million dollars, with insurance that covers only a fraction of that amount. Talk about sleepless nights!
A reader who married, divorced and remarried the same person, needs to know about spousal and survivor benefits.
Jeanette Pavini says to be careful and think twice before dropping a dime.
The following are new investments that those saving for or living in retirement might consider for their portfolios. This week: ETFs focusing on cloud and digital payments infrastructure, an international online retail ETF, and more.
Adviser Keith Whitcomb looks at ways to determine how much money you'll need in retirement and different ways to fund it.
Here are some of the latest reports, surveys, and studies related to retirement, including research into state-mandated IRAs; early retirement and statin use.