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Taking a Look at The Landscape–Potential Areas of Change in 2017  — Morningstar

It’s pretty early in the forecasting cycle–in fact, the new administration is still over a month away from taking office–but it’s time to start thinking about what could happen in the year ahead. Morningstar contributor Mark Miller offers conjecture on…

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Medicare facts every baby boomer should know  — madison.com

Considering that about 10,000 baby boomers become eligible for Medicare every day, it’s important to know the facts about this healthcare program that more than 56 million Americans rely on for coverage.  This article by Brian Feroldi appears at madison.com and…

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Don’t have an employer-sponsored 401(k)? Other options are available.  — madison.com

A recent study has shown that employees with access to an employer-sponsored 401(k) plan have saved significantly for their retirement in those plans.  However, that same study concluded that over 40% of American workers don’t have access to such a plan…

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Working in Retirement: is it Worth it?  — BERKELEY NEWS

In a working paper entitled “Is Uncle Sam Inducing the Elderly to Retire” published by the National Bureau of Economic Research, a team that includes University of California, Berkeley economist and law professors and other fellow researchers suggests that future…

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Are You Really Ready?  — The MOTLEY FOOL

In Jason Hall’s column for The Motley Fool, he asks the reader whether or not they are ready for Social Security and if so, have you taken these factors into consideration: do you plan on working, how much you have…

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“When will I get my benefits if the payment date falls on a weekend or holiday?”

Answer: We send benefits the business day before your due date when your regular payment date falls on a Saturday, Sunday or legal public holiday. See Schedule Of Social Security Payments for more information. Source: Social Security Administration  Notice: The link provided…

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