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Average premiums for Medicare prescription drug coverage are set to dip to about $31.50 a month in 2023, deductibles to rise

Medicare beneficiaries may see their premiums for prescription drug coverage dip in 2023, although their deductibles might rise. The average basic monthly premium for Medicare Part D is ...
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It’s All About the Income, Chapter 1: The Paradox of Retirement Income Planning

The paradox at hand: if your goal is not to make anyone rich with an inheritance, why are you worried about what happens to the principal? With the ...
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This is what women must do to overcome the retirement savings shortfall, says a financial pro

The gender wage gap has remained remarkably stubborn for decades and, inevitably, becomes a significant shortfall at retirement. In 2020, women made 83 cents for every dollar earned by men, according to ...
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Does inflation have you worried about retirement? Here’s what experts say to do

Inflation may have you worried about your retirement. Prices have been rising on everything from food to housing. In April, the consumer price index, which measures the prices ...
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Handling Market Volatility

When bull markets rage on everyone is excited and happy. When the bear appears, that sunshine quickly turns to doom and gloom. Adviser Russ Gaiser shares perspectives on ...
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Fed’s Dreams Of Beating Inflation May Turn Out To Be Gold’s Worst Nightmare

While investors remain happy-go-lucky, fundamental data for gold and silver is now worse than in 2021. Is this the last chance to come back to earth? As another week comes to a ...
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SECURE Act 2.0 Passes the House: Which Retirement Plan Rules Would Change?

KEY TAKEAWAYS SECURE Act 2.0 passed the U.S. House of Representatives on March 29, 2022. SECURE Act 2.0 would make changes to employer-sponsored retirement plans to expand coverage ...
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Opinion: This market-timing model says you probably have too much money in stocks

If you follow a traditional 60%/40% stock-bond portfolio allocation, you currently should be just 38% invested in equities — 63% of 60%. If your target equity allocation instead ...
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Volatility Is Rising. Here’s How to Protect Your Investment Portfolio.

Investors knew this year would be different. But lately, they’ve been getting a lesson in just how different it is shaping up to be. Most analysts expected some action ...
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AFGE Policy Director Jacque Simon Discusses Vaccine Mandate and Retirement Education

  In this RNO interview hosted by Scott Drake, AFGE Policy Director Jacque Simon and Dave Baker of Federal Employee Benefits Education Services (FEBES) discusses the federal employee ...
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