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Did You Get A Late start on retirement saving? Here’s how to play catch-up

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Even in your 50s, you still have enough time to put yourself in a better position to retire, provided you’re willing to make a serious commitment.

Check out the HECM reverse mortgage market survey for 2018

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Adjustable-rate HECM reverse mortgage market survey for 4/12/2018 is out #retirement #realestate https://www.mtgprofessor.com/news/reverse-mortgage-rates-thursday-april-12-2018.html

Equifax CEO Richard Smith Resigns After Uproar Over Massive Hack

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Paulino do Rego Barros Jr., left, and Mark Feidler Equifax has drawn outrage from lawmakers and scrutiny from regulators since Sept. 7, when it disclosed one of the biggest cyberattacks in history. Hackers stole sensitive data — including Social Security numbers, birth dates and other identifying information — for much of the adult U.S. population. Smith will still testify before Congress next week about the breach, Equifax spokeswoman Ines Gutzmer said in an email. See also: Equifax must answer questions despite CEO retirement: Waters Senator Mark Warner, a Virginia Democrat, called Equifax “a travesty” during a Senate hearing on Tuesday, saying Smith’s resignation […]

Hey, he asked: Carl Reiner wonders how it would feel to see ‘Roe v. Wade overturned’ in the newspaper

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In late June, a rumor began to spread that a Supreme Court justice was on the verge of retirement, and the smart money was on Justice Anthony Kennedy. Kennedy didn’t retire as rumored, and on Friday, director Carl Reiner, 95, published an op-ed in the New York Times asking Kennedy, a relatively young 81, to stay put and tackle the “important and fulfilling work ahead.” While painting a picture of an idyllic retirement, Reiner asked Kennedy to imagine America were he to give up his seat on the court: “How would you feel, while reading your newspaper, seeing a headline […]

1 simple New Year’s resolution that will juice your retirement savings

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Image: David Franklin/getty images Lets just be clear upfront: New Years resolutions almost never work. Their failure rate is so high, Im half embarrassed to suggest one. Ive yet to ever keep one myself; the success of this years attempt to avoid injuries by stretching after exercise can best be summed up by my midyear herniated disc. One of the many reasons resolutions dont work is that we get this intense urge to be a better person in early January, then a few weeks later we turn back into the person we really are. For me, thats apparently someone too […]

Your money plan under Trump: Stick to it

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In this Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2016, photo, President-elect Donald Trump, left, stands with Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus during an election night rally in New York.Image: AP/AP Photo/Evan Vucci No outcome is ever truly assured, as everyone in America now knows. We cant predict what our new president will do, or Congress, or the economy or the markets. All that uncertainty, though, means its a good time to review your investments to see if they still match your goals. If so, you probably shouldnt change the way you invest. Ultimately, nothing will improve your financial security as much as […]

The Glory Days of Elizabeth Warrens CFPB Are Numbered

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On Nov.9, Senator Elizabeth Warren paid a visit to the headquarters of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in Washington, the agency she helped create before she got to Congress. The Massachusetts Democrats meeting with CFPB staffers had been scheduled before the election. Taking in the surprise result, Warren offered a sobering description of the uncertainties that lay ahead for the young agency with Republicans in control of both the White House and Congress, according to people familiar with her remarks. She told the staffers she would fight against any attempts to change the agencys structure or funding, or any of […]

Is Trump Going to Mess With Your Investments? Six Tips

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Financial planner Timothy LaPean is watching a wave of fear and confusion sweep over clients after Donald Trump’s stunning election as U.S. president. They aren’t just freaking out about their investments. In a sign of the impact of Trump’s victory on those who didn’t vote for the Republican, the Minneapolis-based certified financial planner says he’s also fielding calls from clients who are women or members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community that go straight to their personal safety. Then there are the meat-and-potatoes personal finance concerns. Here’s a samplingand what planners are advising. Youre buying companies, not politicians That’s what Howard Pressman, […]

Boeings Retiring Boomers Underscore U.S. Manufacturing Plight

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John Rothery said his goodbyes, handed in his badge and walked away from Boeing Co. He had worked on almost every commercial jet model over four decades, from a 707 bristling with military radar in the late 1970s to todays sleek 787 Dreamliner. The date, Oct. 3, had been circled on Rotherys calendar for more than a year. It was the last time that Boeing would bump up pension pay for Seattle-area factory workers before it froze the plan at months end, provisions dictated by a deeply unpopular 2014 contract extension. For Rothery, it was the final straw. Ill be 64 […]

The Trump Market: Selling Your StocksUntil Tuesday Night

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Chris, a 35-year-old technology worker in San Francisco, is terrified that Donald Trump might win on Tuesday night. Honestly, Im pretty freaked out, he said, citing the Republican candidates praise for Russian President Vladimir Putin and the potential impact of Trumps trade and immigration stances on the U.S. and global economies. I think he could absolutely cause a depression. So Chris (who requested anonymity for fear his last name might paint a target on my back) sold off his diversified portfolio of stocks and bonds. His whole retirement portfolio, currently at $250,000, is now in Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities, or TIPS, which […]
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