Retirement Planning

Wondering how to retire early? Looking to build a nest egg? Learn everything you need to know about retirement planning with this guide.

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At some point, you'll likely want to stop working. At some point, you'll also have to figure out how to pay the bills once you retire. Here are 10 tips to help you out.

By Josh Clark

Working for yourself is challenging and sometimes daunting, but it's the single best decision that you ever made. And being the boss gives you substantial control when choosing a retirement strategy, which may include a Keogh retirement plan.

By Sarah Siddons

It's a sad but common story: A landowner dies, leaving his heirs in a mound of debt and back taxes. What do they do now? An estate freeze trust can prevent the heirs from falling into this extreme burden.

By Sarah Siddons

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No one likes to think about their own death. It would be nice if we could live as if we were immortal, never having to worry about what will happen after we're gone. But death is inevitable, and we all need to plan for it.

By Sarah Siddons

What's the rave about Roth IRA? How much money do I need to open an IRA? When can I open a Roth IRA?

By Francie Adkins

If you're considering early retirement, you need to assess your financial plan while you're young. Early retirement is possible, but you'll probably have to adopt a frugal lifestyle now.

By Dave Roos

If you were in the hospital being kept alive by machines, would you want the doctors to pull the plug or do everything they could to keep you alive? A living will can ensure that decision is all yours.

By Jacob Silverman

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Most of us have heard of it, many of us participate in it and lots of us have no idea what it really is. It makes saving for the golden years a lot easier than it used to be. Find out about 401(k) plans.

By Lee Ann Obringer