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3 Ways to Grow Savings as an Empty Nester

When the children are away, parents will save. That's long been the belief of financial advisors and economists that study saving habits. That's not what one of Stephen Brubaker's clients planned to d... read more

Ready to Retire? 3 Ways You Might Benefit From Working 1 Extra Year

Padding and preserving your nest egg Working one extra ... you'll hold off on withdrawing funds from your savings sooner than necessary. And the longer you leave that balance intact, the more it'll ge... read more

4 Ways Empty Nesters Can Use Their Newfound Cash

Credit card debt is particularly insidious, as the high interest rates mean that balances often grow, rather than ... is typically the best way to guarantee that your extra money will keep making its ... read more

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Behind on retirement savings? Here are 3 ways to catch up

A better approach: Maintain a moderate investing stance -- keeping, say, 40% to 60% of your savings in stocks, depending on your risk tolerance-- and focus on finding ways to save as much as you can. ... read more

How to Build an Emergency Fund

[Read: 3 Ways to Grow Savings as an Empty Nester.] Many human resource departments allow for funds to be deposited into more than one account, but if that's not possible, people can ask their bank to ... read more

3 Financial Mistakes You'll Regret Later

You don't need to find another full-time job, but even a side hustle earning a couple hundred dollars per month can go a long way ... nest egg over time, because you could potentially be losing months ... read more

Why Empty-Nest Spending Is Making the Retirement Crisis Worse

A curious finding about what happens when children grow up and leave home has created something of a mystery in the retirement planning community. Academics have long theorized that at the empty-nest ... read more

3 ways to recover from a late start on retirement planning

Continuing to work can help in other ways too. You have more years to salt away money for retirement, and your nest egg has more time to rack up investment gains and grow ... saving now because you th... read more

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