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Retirement options for freelancers

Freelancing has its perks – including freedom. One of the downsides is the missed opportunity to participate in a company retirement plan that matches your contributions. But if you’re fretting

Roth IRAs expected to get a big boost in 2020

Setting Up Every Community for Retirement Enhancement, or the Secure Act, offers tax advantages for small business owners and many part-time and older workers, as reported here. But the new

Are Americans overly confident about retirement?

That’s the question business reporters should follow, after studying a number of recent surveys that are making headlines. Those responding to Charles Schwab’s 401(k) Participant Study say they’ll need $1.7

With the possibility of new rules on retirement funds, business reporters should tackle the topic. ("Look left, look right" image by Franck Michel via Flickr, CC BY 2.0)

3 top retirement regrets to banish

The three “legs” on the traditional retirement planning model—Social Security, pensions, and personal savings—have been wobbly for awhile. The future stability of Social Security benefits is challenged, pensions aren’t being

How ‘secure’ is the retirement savings bill?

Business reporters can get ahead of the competition by advancing this personal finance story that will be making headlines in the fall. Retirement experts believe that U.S. workers could soon

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