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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 >>

Strategies for Tough Times: Five Steps to Secure Your Financial Future By Jean Chatzky with reporting from Arielle Gowen Read the newspapers, turn on the radio or television, and you'll get overwhelming evidence of something you probably already know: Times are tough. Unemployment is rising. 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 >>

  How to Maximize Your Social Security Benefits • Wait to Tap Into Your Social Security Benefits While you’re allowed to start taking Social Security at age 62, it’s a good idea to wait until you’re 70 to start. READ MORE >>

Whom to trust when buying an annuity? Getting financial advice on complicated insurance products is, well, complicated. Most life insurance with investment options, long-term care insurance and annuity products come with a dizzying array of options and many pages of fine print, the merits of which are debatable for your bottom line. READ MORE >>

    10 Money Moves To Make Before Year End As we near the end of the year, now is the time to assess what financial moves you should make before year end. There are a number of tax related decisions that could significantly reduce your tax liability for the current year. READ MORE >>

1. Set a savings goal On New Year's Day -- once your headache from all that champagne subsides -- set a savings goal for 2019. Your goal should be measurable, achievable, realistic and timely. You might feel really ambitious and set a super-high savings goal, but you'll also be setting yourself up for failure. 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 >>

How to Get the Maximum Social Security Benefits The government provides monetary compensation to populations who need it the most — namely, the retired, unemployed and disabled. In 2014, approximately 59 million Americans received Social Security benefits, for a grand total of $863 billion paid out. READ MORE >>

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