Smart Financial Moves If You Work Late in Life

<i>Kiplinger's Retirement Report</1>, Mary Kane, and Associate Editor •
Kiplinger

Deciding to work past “normal” retirement age offers tangible advantages–a fatter nest egg, bigger Social Security benefits and, for some, a sense of personal satisfaction. Staying in the workforce later in life can open up opportunities to boost your financial security, but it can also present a few pitfalls to watch out for. Take the

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Top 3 ways to cut back on impulse buying

Arlington Capital Management, Investment Adviser Representative, Justin J. Kumar, and Senior Portfolio Manager •
Kiplinger

Marketing, advertising and public relations mavens rely on the impulses of the consumer to lay down hard-earned money as quickly as possible. It is always nice to take the keys to a new car, brag to your friends about the latest set of golf clubs, show off that new dress or bracelet and realize aspirations

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Seed a Roth IRA for your grandkids

<i>Kiplinger's Retirement Report</1>, Mary Kane, and Associate Editor •
Kiplinger

As summer approaches, teenagers and college students are usually busy planning for summer jobs. And the income they earn gives grandparents an opportunity to help the youngsters build a nest egg by contributing to a Roth IRA on the grandkids’ behalf. Contributions to Roth IRAs give grandchildren “a huge head start,” says Jennifer Failla, a

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