The ‘Secure 2.0’ retirement legislation leaves a ‘huge problem untouched,’ labor economist warns. How these changes could help

New legislation may help make it easier to automatically enroll workers in retirement plans. But to keep retirees out of

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This ‘wild card’ strategy can help retirees with unpaid quarterly taxes before year-end

If you're retired and missed quarterly estimated tax payments for 2022, there's still a chance to avoid late penalties. Here's

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If you’re ‘unretiring,’ review your Social Security benefits. There’s a ‘surprise that people want to avoid’

Unretiring may be a good way to increase your income in retirement. If you're already collecting Social Security benefits, there

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Here’s how those looking to ‘age in place’ can fund home health-care services

A recent study found 7 out of 10 Americans want to age at home, but only 10% have long-term care

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House Democrats call for action on Social Security reform. What that could mean for your benefits

Democrats are seeking to bring a bill to enhance Social Security benefits up for a vote on the House floor

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‘Once-in-a-generation’ prescription drug pricing reform could be coming. Here’s what we know

A Democratic bill calls for letting Medicare negotiate the price of prescription drugs. The change may result in significant savings

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Early retiree shares 13 ‘stupid simple’ money rules that helped him save $1 million: ‘I wasn’t born rich’

Self-made millionaire Steve Adcock and his wife retired in their 30s. They didn't inherit money or have a side hustle.

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4 strategies that can help you avoid paying extra every month for Medicare premiums

While most Medicare enrollees pay the standard premium amounts for Part B (outpatient care) and Part D (prescription drugs), some

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