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Investors assets held in target-date funds reached a record of $1.44 trillion at the end of 20171 up 30.5% from the end of 2016. The primary reason for the increase has been cited as the fund’s popularity as the default investment option for employer sponsored defined contribution plans such as 401(k) and 403(b)s. Experts say target-date […]

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Retirement planning as a couple should not overlook the challenges created when the first spouse dies. Most household expenses do not get cut in half because there is only one person living. This, however, is not the case for some sources of income.

Pensions – Employer plans may offer a lump sum option but many […]

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Republican presidential debates have been going on for awhile now.  In fact, eighteen debates have aired in the past year, and the questions keep coming.  More debates are around the corner as the primaries and general election comes closer.

In hopes of lifting the level of debate, Mark Miller, on his site RetirementRevised, asked top […]

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