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Estate Planning Basics: What’s Included and 6 Steps to Make Yours

Estate plans are essential to retirement planning, but that doesn't mean they need to be intimidating or complicated. Here's what they are and how to make one.

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How Do Reverse Mortgage Interest Rates Work?

Interest rates accrue and get paid differently on a reverse mortgage than on other loans, here's what potential borrowers need to know.

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How a Retirement Planner Can Help You Earn More in Retirement

Learn the differences between a financial planner and a retirement planner and how choosing the right one can help you make the most of your retirement finances.

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What to Know About Medicare If you Are Working Past Age 65

If you are working past age 65 you can still take advantage of Medicare programs. Here's what you should know.

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Using a Reverse Mortgage to Buy a House

Yes, you can use a reverse mortgage to buy a house. Here's what you need to know about HECM for purchase loans.

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Investment Strategies to Maximize Retirement Income

Late to saving for retirement? Use these investment strategizes to help you maximize your saving potential, no matter where you are in the savings game.

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Personal Loan Versus Home Equity Loan

Here’s what homeowners need to know about personal loans, home equity loans, and other borrowing options.

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What Is the Difference Between a Pension and a 401(k)

While both savings vehicles for retirement, there are some key differences between a pension and a 401(k).

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What Is a Pension?

Less common than they once were, pensions are savings vehicles for retirement. Here's who gets one and how they work.

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What Is Medicare and How Does It Work?

With its maze of overlapping terms, learning about Medicare can be intimidating. This simple guide has the basics covered.