Retirement

Save for retirement and prepare for how you'll spend your money once you retire. 

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How much can you spend without running out of money? The 4% rule is a popular rule of thumb, but you can do better. Here are guidelines for finding your personalized spending rate.

The sooner you start saving, the more likely you're likely to reach your retirement goals. Here are some numbers to put things in perspective.
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We answer common questions about Social Security to help you maximize your retirement benefits.

With Tax Day approaching, here are eight things to keep in mind as you prepare to file your 2023 taxes.
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Unmarried partners generally can't qualify for spousal and survivor benefits, but there are other ways to protect each other.
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You can't fund an IRA with child support—or even alimony if divorced after 2018—but you can still invest it wisely.
Retirement

Annuities can help provide income and protection against market dips—but which kind should you choose? Vice president of income planning Rob Williams explains the differences between immediate fixed annuities and variable annuities.

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