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7 Smart Ways To Lower Your Taxable Income!! By: Sandra Block, Senior Associate Editor, Kiplinger's Personal Finance Reducing your taxable income is one of the most effective ways to lower your taxes, with some moves doing double duty as both deductions themselves and as a means to slide under income thresholds at which other taxes would kick in. READ MORE >>

3 retirement Rules Everyone Should Follow -- at Any Age The more you think about and plan for your retirement, the better it's likely to be. And since it can be 20 or 30 years of your life or more, it's well worth it.     READ MORE >>

You're Retiring. Now What? A lot has been written about the Baby Boomer generation, whose moniker came from the explosion of births following World War II. This large portion of the population is heading into or is currently in retirement with ages ranging from 53 to 71 in 2019. READ MORE >>

Fixed Annuities Many retirees choose fixed annuities for their predictability, stability and guaranteed stream of income. With a fixed annuity, the lifeinsurance company agrees to pay a fixed rate of income to the investor for life after a certain date.  READ MORE >>

What to Do if You Haven't Saved for Retirement by Age 50 Fifty may be the new 40, but when it comes to your retirement age, most people don't think 77 is the new 67. Those of you who are aged 50 or older have probably been working for a few decades, and you may be thinking about what comes next. READ MORE >>

Older Retirement Ages and More Social Security Changes Coming in 2018 Lauren Hamer  Twitter More Articles November 16, 2017  Social Security will look a bit different in 2018. Every year, Americans eagerly await the announcement outlining the various changes being made to what many consider the most important social program in the country. READ MORE >>

How to Improve Your Retirement Income if You Haven’t Saved Michael Kitces sees it regularly in his financial planning practice: clients who are close to retirement but haven’t saved. “They fall into two groups — either they don’t focus on it, or they are despondent,” says Mr. READ MORE >>

Ideas to Increase Retirement Income Delay taking Social Security benefits. Once you reach the full retirement age for Social Security purposes, you are eligible to claim your benefits in full. That retirement age is determined based on the year you were born, and is anywhere from 66 to 67 years old. READ MORE >>

Is There Really a Retirement-Savings Crisis? Two experts look at the same data—and come to very different conclusions The population is aging, Social Security’s trust funds are expected to be depleted in 2034, and the median household headed by someone age 55 to 64 has little more than $100,000 in retirement savings. READ MORE >>

The pension-style retirement product you should know about Chances are you’re like most Americans and, regardless of your age, you aren’t saving enough for retirement, if you’re actually saving anything at all. Nearly 40 million U.S. READ MORE >>

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