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Retirement planning, elder care and wills are touchy subjects for most people, but they’re especially rife with anxiety, miscommunication and disagreements for parents and their adult children, according to a new report. The majority of both groups...
Tags: Retirement, Career and Workplace
Daily American Staff WriterGoing from coal miner to financial adviser probably isn't the typical career move for most people, but it worked well for Bill Rice of Laurel Highlands Financial Services in Somerset. "When I tell people I worked underground, I was afraid they would...
Brookings - South Dakota State University Extension will host training sessions focused on estate planning and transitioning the family operation in Lemmon, Phillip, Redfield, Chamberlain, Yankton and Brookings, beginning Oct. 22. Sustaining the...
These days, everyone is taking a new look at their finances - and no one is looking more closely than the millions of baby boomers who are nearing retirement age. While some boomers expected to retire at one of the traditional milestones, such as age 62,...
Do you plan to begin receiving Social Security retirement benefits early in 2013? If so, now is the time to prepare. We recommend you apply up to four months before you want your retirement benefits to begin. These days, you no longer need to travel...
Dot Foods WILLIAMSPORT — Three local employees of Dot Foods placed in the seventh annual forklift rodeo, a national competition held June 21 in Mount Sterling, Ill. • Rob Cuddy, a 2009 champion, placed fifth in the forklift competition....
The 50-something former college dropout who returned to campus to finish his degree — and play football. The health nut grandmother who spends her time writing and performing rock 'n roll. The nursing coordinator and schoolteacher couple who...
Ruth H. Clark of Pompano Beach is a 95-year-old aerobic wonder, working out seven days a week. But Clark is not just flexing her muscles, she's protecting her retirement nest egg by staying healthy. Economists say health care will become more crucial in...
Tags: Health, Retirement, Healthy Diet, Broward County, Diabetes
Sun SentinelMore than 130,000 have already created an online account in the first week since the Social Security Administration opened a site for people to find out how much their estimated Social Security benefits will be once they retire. Social Security officials...
A 78-year-old Annapolis man who said he was duped into getting unsuitable mortgages — sending the home he had owned for decades into foreclosure — was awarded $342,000 by an Anne Arundel County jury this week. The jury found that Dennis...
PIX11.comAs many adults scramble to salvage their retirement income, imagine what it could be like for your kids, if you don't start planning now. Retirement expert Rick Rodgers offers easy and affordable ways to prepare for their children's retirement. • Fun or...
Sun SentinelIs 15 percent becoming the new 10 percent for retirement savings? Maybe so - but that doesn't mean many South Floridians will be able to save that much. "I think everyone wants to save 15 percent a year. It's just a question of how we can do it,"...
Tags: Miramar, Fort Lauderdale, 401K, Retirement, Interior Policy
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