- USA TODAY
There are rules about IRAs that could come back to bite you. Learn more about how they're treated in inheritance, tax and bankruptcy situations.
In addition to introducing two bills in September to remove savings roadblocks and ensure gig workers and part-timers have access to tax-advantaged plans, Democrats have introduced the Portable Retirement and Investment Account (PRIA) Act of 2021 to allow Americans to … Continue reading → The post Worried About Losing Your Old 401(k)s? ‘Portability’ Measures Can Help appeared first on SmartAsset Blog.
Retirement Tip of the Week: If you have access to a Roth 401(k) plan at work, consider it. The Roth version of a 401(k) plan is similar to a traditional plan in the sense that it is offered through an employer and allows for higher contribution limits compared with an individual retirement account, or IRA. Similar to a traditional 401(k) plan, there are required minimum distributions that must commence by age 72 (not to be confused with Roth IRAs, which do not require these withdrawals).
If you're thinking about relocating to somewhere cheaper in retirement, you're not alone. Find out which states have the lowest cost of living for seniors.
- Yahoo Finance Video
Gordon Gray, American Action Forum Director of Fiscal Policy, joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss retirement savings provisions, taxes, and outlook on the $3.5 trillion reconciliation bill in regards to retirement.
$1M Is No Longer the Standard Nest Egg — Here’s How Much Most Americans Think You Actually Need To Retire
A common financial rule of thumb is that you should have $1 million saved for retirement, but this piece of advice may now be outdated -- you may actually need roughly double that. At least, that's...
- Yahoo Finance Video
Yahoo Finance’s Stephanie Asymkos breaks down the growing number of Baby Boomers embracing early retirement and changes in financial plans and lifestyle.
Logistics real estate investment trust Prologis Inc. announced Thursday it was expanding its training program aimed at tackling the growing need for logistics workers. Through its Community Workforce Initiative (CWI), the San Francisco-based industrial warehouse operator is adding six locations to the training program – Dallas, Chicago, Las Vegas, Atlanta, and Tracy and Long Beach, California. Through a partnership with JFF, a workforce and educational systems nonprofit, the expansion will allow
The hybrid workplace model seems like it's here to stay, despite the brief "great office return," which has been placed on pause due to the Delta variant surge. While it has been praised as a great...
As we navigate the second year of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is clear that many Americans are reimagining their future and rethinking their career paths. Many are giving serious consideration to a potentially life-changing revision to their?career goals. This is not unlike the process I went through when I decided to retire early from my position as the president of New York Life Insurance Company, a Fortune 100 company, to pursue an encore career.
Roughly 4 million people quit their jobs in April alone — a record — according to the Labor Department. While some are free, most require a subscription: But you can do a free 30-day trial of LinkedIn Learning now (cancel anytime), which gives you access to its 16,000-class library, and after that it is $19.99 per month. More than one million LinkedIn users have taken this five-part course from communications trainer Jeff Ansel.
When it comes to the job market, some jobs and careers show to be on the decline while other opportunities in the technology field are rising and thriving.
- The Wall Street Journal
The days or weeks after you give notice can be tricky. Here’s how to handle it wisely.
- The Wall Street Journal
As more companies use artificial intelligence in their hiring decisions, here’s one way to make the system more transparent.
Staff should not have the right to ask for flexible working from day one of new job, an employer says.
- Real Simple
Not ready to give up that WFH life? Here are five companies that are hiring fully remote employees right now—complete with competitive salaries and exciting perks to boot.
Jeremy Shipp, RICP?, CFP?,CLU?, WMCP? of Retirement Capital Planners, LLC. joins us live to share tips on living to 100 and beyond, and how to financially prepare yourself if you do!
Target said Thursday it plans to hire 100,000 seasonal workers — 30,000 fewer than last year — to prepare for a holiday season amid a widespread labor shortage. Instead, the Minneapolis-based retailer will rely on its current employees by offering them more paid hours, flexible scheduling and increased benefits. Target (ticker: TGT) will provide staff with 5 million more work hours, resulting in $75 million of additional pay, the company said.
When you're just starting out in your career, retirement seems like something too far into the future to really worry about. Just the idea of getting married, buying a house and starting a family...
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