By Jessica Hall
From MarketWatch Retirement:
How life stressors may increase Alzheimer’s risk. Coping with violent crime, neighborhood trust, and living costs may increase Alzheimer’s risk in low-income neighborhoods.
Retirement savers, especially Gen Z, hold steady, even in a rough stock market. Despite market turbulence that ate into retirement account balances and left workers feeling worse about their finances, the majority of retirement savers kept their contributions steady.
The secret to a happier retirement might be in your ‘retirement quotient.’ This online assessment tool might be able to tell you if you’re ready mentally and socially to retire.
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History says inflation could persist for a decade
Poverty for all age groups has declined from prepandemic levels
Yoga, pickleball and rides to Walmart–this program wants to help older New Yorkers age in place
Why you shouldn’t set and ‘forget’ your retirement accounts
You know it’s time to retire. How much notice should you give?
How a Roth ladder can improve your retirement savings
How to get a guaranteed retirement spending rate of 4.3%
Looking for a ‘third act’ when you retire? The more dramatic, the better.
More in retirement news:
Retirement savers seek safe havens within their 401(k) plans. They may regret it later (CNBC)
The traditional retirement portfolio tanked this year. Here’s what experts suggest. (CBS)
8 Money Experts Reveal Their No. 1 Piece of Retirement Advice (Yahoo Finance)
Why Hobbies Are So Important in Retirement (The Wall Street Journal)
4 Barriers to Break Down for a Successful Retirement (Kiplinger)
Retirement expert on crypto investing: ‘Not a space you want to be in’ (Yahoo Money)
How Much Is Enough? Four Keys to Success in Retirement (TheStreet)
Research and Insight:
Language Messaging For Retirement Planning May Be More Dependable Communication (Plansponsor)
Survey finds Canadian employees delaying retirement due to rising cost of living (BenefitsCanada)
It’s Getting Even Harder to Save for Retirement. Here’s What You Can Do (Money)
Tax Breaks for Retirement, Corporate Research on Congress’s Lame-Duck Agenda (The Wall Street Journal)
Reticence and Risks Rife? (ASPPA)
Successful Retirement Requires More Than Financial Planning (AARP)
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When older couples break up, it’s not always about conflict. There’s something else going on.
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