Guest Post: Avoiding Medical Debt in Retirement

Guest Post: Avoiding Medical Debt in Retirement

This is the first in a series of Guest Posts from Debt.org By Al Krulick Because of federal government programs like Medicare and Medicaid and the various health care plans provide ...

Is Now the Time to Exit the Stock Market?

Is Now the Time to Exit the Stock Market?

From First Senior Financial Group, read the full story here. We all know how unpredictable the stock market can be, yet people everywhere put their time and money into predicting w ...

Bonds in a Bubble; When Will it Burst?

Bonds in a Bubble; When Will it Burst?

From First Senior Financial Group, read the full story here. Traditionally, Bonds have been thought of as one of the safest investments out there.  But do bonds really deserve that ...

JPMorgan in Hot Water… Again

JPMorgan in Hot Water… Again

From First Senior Financial Group, read the full story here. There's no shortage of stories about financial companies coming under investigation for alleged crimes like fraud, insi ...

New Budget Plan Takes Aim at Retirees

New Budget Plan Takes Aim at Retirees

The proposed budget reform announced on Wednesday suggests that retirees should be anticipating some major changes to the way their retirement will play out. To name a few of these ...

What’s the deal with Cyprus?

What’s the deal with Cyprus?

Anyone who has opened the financial section of any newspaper recently has seen some headlines announcing doom in a European nation that many people have never even heard of. But wh ...

Study Brings Standard and Poors Credibility in Question

Study Brings Standard and Poors Credibility in Question

For decades, S&P and its chief competitor, Moody’s Investors Service (MCO), benefited from the government’s blessing as arbiters of creditworthiness. Two attempts by Congress t ...

The Changing Face of Retirement in America

The Changing Face of Retirement in America

Nowadays retirement is all over the map. It’s blurred, more elastic. Many people retire piecemeal. Or they retire and then unretire. Or they continue working well after they were s ...

Consumer Confidence Slumps for March

Consumer Confidence Slumps for March

Confidence among American consumers unexpectedly slumped in March, which may signal a cooling in spending, the biggest part of the economy. The Thomson Reuters/University of Michig ...

The Retirement Hot Seat: To Tap or Not to Tap Your 401K?

The Retirement Hot Seat: To Tap or Not to Tap Your 401K?

A large and growing share of American workers are tapping their retirement savings accounts for non-retirement needs, raising questions about one of the most important savings vehi ...

Study Finds Trouble Ahead for Today’s Retirees

Study Finds Trouble Ahead for Today’s Retirees

Research Finds Trouble Ahead for Today’s Retirees New research has found that a vast number of American retirees will be financially worse off than their parents—ending an era of h ...

Filling Medicare’s Donut Hole

When the average American retiree hears the phrase “doughnut hole,” it doesn’t b more ...

March 14, 2013

Long Term Care Insurance Deduction for 2013

Long Term Care Insurance Deduction for 2013 If you pay for long-term care insura more ...

March 15, 2013

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