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seattletimes.com — Heading into a new committed relationship means both partners need to take stock of their retirement plans and legal documents, having detailed conversations about their financial future. If gray divorce doesn’t rain down enough financial stress on a retirement plan, a second (or third) marriage or domestic partnership certainly will. What to do?
articles.chicagotribune.com — With a multidecade bond boom fading, new retirees would have to withdraw less than 3 percent of their nest eggs in the first year in order to adjust the number annually for inflation and be confident of not running out of money, concludes a paper published last month by Morningstar. New research on retirement portfolio withdrawal rates suggests financial markets may be signaling a disturbing possibility: As a practical matter, there may be no such thing as a sustainable withdrawal rate.
newsobserver.com — Mid- and late-career workers often struggle to keep careers going, even if their health is good. Whether due to age discrimination or outdated skills, they tend to stay unemployed longer than their younger co-workers. And jumping into government or private job retraining programs isn't always realistic for many of the white-collar employees in today's workforce.
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