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What’s the thing you look forward to most in retirement? Do you have concerns? Many Americans remain positive about their futures, yet they still have worries. See where you stand when it comes to attitudes about retirement.

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Make a plan for your dreams and a budget for the cost.

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If preparing for retirement has been on the backburner, you’re not alone. Get started with baby steps to put your financial literacy on course, figure out what you need, and boost your investing potential.

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Finding your path to retirement can be complicated. Navigating Medicare shouldn’t be. That’s why we’ve compiled the top changes for 2019 you should be aware of. After all, planning to fund your future health care costs shouldn’t be a guessing game.

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College is where many get to experience financial freedom for the first time. It’s also the perfect opportunity to establish smart budgeting habits for a lifetime. Here’s how to help your children get off on the right foot before the first semester.

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Do you have a roadmap for retirement?

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New concerns could mean going indie with retirement.

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So you have life insurance. Now it’s time to think about naming the beneficiary. Whether you have a policy you purchased on your own, a policy through your employer, or both, designating the beneficiary (and even a contingent beneficiary) could help loved ones avoid a messy court battle after you’re gone.

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Boomers, Gen Xers, and Millennials think about retirement in different ways. What’s your perspective?

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Are you counting too much on Social Security? The agency itself says benefits alone aren’t enough to maintain your current lifestyle in retirement.

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Most Americans plan to spend at least 20 years in retirement. Access the Retireometer to learn how much savings you may need for retirement. Then read these 10 tips to create a better retirement plan.

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You may earn extra income, but also may have to pay quarterly estimated taxes. Weigh the pros and cons of earning money using the sharing economy before getting started.

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Invest for retirement or pay off debt? Deciding which you do first depends on your stage of life, access to a 401(k) employer matching program, emotional situation, and other factors.

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It’s not often you can earn income without paying taxes now or in the future. Used correctly, a health savings account (HSA) can be an exception.

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If you’ve got a job, chances are you have a 401(k). And if you’ve got a 401(k) you need to know how and when to rebalance it. Let’s get started.

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