Don't Retire Until You Can Answer These 7 Questions

PLUS: How to Handle Tax Hikes Under President Biden
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You Are NOT Ready to Retire Until You Can Answer These 7 Questions

The obvious ones include how you will claim Social Security and whether you have enough money to retire, but there are other issues to think about as well — and some have nothing to do with money, writes Andy Schwartz of Bleakley Financial Group. Plus: 4 Telltale Signs You're Ready to Quit the Rat Race

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5 Ways to Prepare for Higher Taxes Under President Biden

Will you be affected by tax changes in the future? Growing national debt, changes in Washington and new policies on the horizon could impact you more than you might think, warns M. Scott Moore of Moore's Wealth Management. Here are five ways to prepare for higher taxes in the future. Plus: President Biden's Tax Plans for the Next Few Years

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Income Planning to Help You Win the Retirement Triple Crown

With a retirement income plan that focuses on the allocation of income, and delivers lower fees and taxes, you can increase your income even as you lower your risk and increase your family’s legacy, writes Jerry Golden of Golden Retirement Advisors. Plus: 4 Reasons Retirees Should Care about the New Coronavirus Stimulus Package

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Avoid These 4 Common but COSTLY Retirement Income Mistakes

There are no pay stubs in retirement and no accounting departments to answer your questions. Once you retire, you need to be prepared to generate income and use it to pay your bills in a money-savvy manner, says Nicholas Toman of Empowered Financial Management. Plus: Stocks Had a Big Year. Should You Sell Some to Buy a Second Home?

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Divorce Tips to Avoid a Messy Dog Custody Battle

Before you get barking mad and take your fight to court, think about the consequences. Talking it out is almost always the better route, advises attorney H. Dennis Beaver. Plus: A Creative Way to Divorce-Proof Your Premarital Assets

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