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3 ways Millennials are preparing for retirement

Michael Douglass •
The Motley Fool
A pair of friends share a meal and their converse runners and boots are shown beneath table on a patio

Millennials haven’t been in the workforce for that long, yet a large number of us already are getting the ball rolling in planning for retirement, according to new data out from the 18th Annual Transamerica Retirement Survey of Workers. That’s good news since Social Security is only designed to handle about half of retirement spending and


Smarter spending for spring


After a long winter, spring is here! And, while it’s a good time to give your home a good cleaning, it’s also a chance to clear out some extra spending that may be cluttering up your everyday budget. Let’s take a look: In bloom. The price of groceries can add up quickly. So, with everything


Meghan Markle and Prince Harry reportedly aren’t signing a prenup — but here’s why you probably still should

Shana Lebowitz •
Business Insider
two rings and a beautiful wedding invitation

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry reportedly will not sign a prenuptial agreement before their May 2018 wedding. This is standard practice in the royal family. Prenups are relatively new — and still unpopular — in the UK. For royal couples, the decision might make sense because property is inherited and not subject to division in