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How to Earn Extra Money in Retirement

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Retiring Next Year? 8 Money Moves to Make Now

Fox Business - ‎18.07.2016‎
If you're married and at full retirement age, you may have the option to file and suspend -- apply for benefits, and then ask that payments be suspended so that your spouse can receive a spousal benefit while you earn additional retirement credits up ...

Rough Guides to the Golden Years: Retirement Calculators

Wall Street Journal - ‎22.07.2016‎
While assessing retirement calculators this past week, I plugged in my own information to see how much money I should sock away when one of the scariest things I've ever seen appeared on my computer screen.
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3 Awful Reasons to Take Social Security Benefits at 70

Motley Fool - ‎vor 12 Stunden‎
... why the average American doesn't wait. In fact, the most popular age to file for Social Security is 62 -- the earliest age possible.

KiwiSaver fund used in retirement

New Zealand Herald - ‎vor 10 Stunden‎
If bank term deposits are not generating enough income for you, looking for investments that can do better is just one strategy.

WEALTH MATTERS: 8 ways to earn more income in retirement

The New Hamburg Independent - ‎15.07.2016‎
... investment they've ever made because over the years they've witnessed the value increase, without having to do much aside from staying invested for the long-term. If you can find ways to use your skills and passions to earn income during your ...

5 Mistakes That Are Reducing Your Retirement Savings

U.S. News & World Report (blog) - ‎18.07.2016‎
Compound interest is your money's best friend. When you invest your money, you earn interest. That interest then begins to earn interest, and so on. The longer this extra interest on your investment has to grow, the more money you can earn over your ...

3 Key Moves For Making Your Money Last As Long As You Do

Forbes - ‎22.07.2016‎
Couple this with the fact that women, on average, also earn less to contribute (in 2015, women earned 83% as much as men, according to new data from Pew Research Center) and you come out with lower 401(k) balances. ... “Over 20 or 30 years, the U.S ...

The Secret Shame of Middle-Class Americans

Virginian-Pilot - ‎vor 4 Stunden‎
Most of the data in the latest survey, frankly, are less than earth-shattering: 49 percent of part-time workers would prefer to work more hours at their current wage; 29 percent of Americans expect to earn a higher income in the coming year; 43 percent ...

What I'd Do Differently In My Career If I Graduated From Uni Today

Lifehacker Australia - ‎vor 2 Stunden‎
... you to start escalating your spending when you're freshly out of university. Keep living in much the same way you always have, be choosy about what areas of your life that you spend more on, and use that money instead to pay off your debts and ...
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Opinion: How to save for retirement without trying very hard

MarketWatch - ‎21.07.2016‎
But a real retirement plan will include estimates of what your expenses will be once you stop working, based on your goals.

Poor returns hasten pension reckoning

The San Diego Union-Tribune - ‎vor 19 Stunden‎
The San Diego County Employees Retirement Association reported a preliminary return Thursday of 0.5 percent for its $10.2 billion investment fund in the fiscal year that ended June 30, dragging its 10-year average to 4.7 percent a year.

WEALTH MATTERS: 8 ways to earn more income in...

OurWindsor.ca - ‎15.07.2016‎
... investment they've ever made because over the years they've witnessed the value increase, without having to do much aside from staying invested for the long-term. If you can find ways to use your skills and passions to earn income during your ...

How to Help Your Children Financially Now Without Giving Them Any Money

Kiplinger Personal Finance - ‎21.07.2016‎
He said they would have to work and earn a living. "Right. So by the time they're ... "Hopefully, they're already working with a financial planner, who has explained to them how much money they will have to accumulate in order to retire. Let's say they ...

Class of 2016: Here's how to set up your first 401(k).

Christian Science Monitor - ‎vor 18 Stunden‎
Your contributions are earmarked for retirement, and because they're made pre-tax, the IRS holds them with a tight grip.

5 Steps to Get the Most Out of a Retirement Calculator

NerdWallet (blog) - ‎20.07.2016‎
Retirement calculators typically ask you how much annual income you expect to need in retirement - the same as you earn now, a little less or a little more? Most people need to shoot for a little less, because expenses and taxes tend to go down and ...

Are you man enough to share your income?

News24 - ‎22.07.2016‎
The Women in the Workplace research programme run by the University of Johannesburg found that women earn 15% to 17% less than men.

MPs want radical shake-up that would allow companies to ditch promises made to workers

Daily Mail - ‎22.07.2016‎
Up to 11 million people are in final-salary pension schemes, which pay out a guaranteed amount in retirement, based on how long you work and how much you earn. They rise each year with the cost of living. Last night a former ... In May the Government ...
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Why women are set for a poorer retirement than men

BT.com - ‎21.07.2016‎
“With this in mind, they'll need to fund an additional two years of retirement from an inadequate pension pot before the state pension kicks in, unless other income, such as their partner's or retirement savings is available.” The research also found ...

Why being lazy at work is a good thing

Chinchilla News - ‎vor 10 Stunden‎
Economist Paul Conway, of the New Zealand Productivity Commission, says, "If you lift your productivity it gives you more choices, and one of those choices may be to work less and maintain your current income." Internationally respected University of ...
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Millennials: First generation to earn less than their parents

CNNMoney - ‎18.07.2016‎
"No one knows what the future will bring, but even [in] optimistic scenarios it looks likely that the millennials will record much lower generational pay progress than their predecessor generations did," the report said. .... Report author Laura ...
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