Retirement

The problem of decumulation is a tricky one, even for Nobel Prize-winning economists. I’ve been asking readers to suggest ideas, and I got this one last week from Jerry Moskowitz of Croton-on-Hudson, N.Y.: “I teach a class for seniors called Keeping Current in Economics and Finance. An interesting subject may be decumulation — how to
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Si tu empleador ofrece alternativas de ahorro para el retiro, es momento de conocerlas. Si no tiene, o no valen la pena, te decimos qué hacer. Invertir a través de los planes de tu empleador puede ser uno de los modos más efectivos de ahorrar para el retiro, sobre todo si te ofrece opciones sólidas.
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It was February 2020. Brittany Jones had high expectations for the Atlanta-based Airbnb rental business she had just launched. “‘Oh wow, this is going to be great,’” she said she remembers thinking. “We were getting bookings fast, well into the summer.” The 34-year-old single mom was soon pouring her hard-earned savings into the venture as
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Cryptocurrencies haven’t quite delivered on their revolutionary promises. But they are messing with the stock market. This article is part of the Debatable newsletter. You can sign up here to receive it on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Cryptocurrencies have been around for 12 years now, and for much of that time, they were a fairly easy
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Learning from subprime, health care and electricity. Dan Patrick, the lieutenant governor of Texas, is clearly what my father would have called a piece of work. Early in the pandemic he made headlines by saying that older Americans should be willing to risk death so that younger people could “get back to work.” More recently,
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The Biden administration will not enforce two Trump-era rules involving retirement plans, including one that effectively discouraged administrators for those plans from choosing investments based on environmental, social and governance considerations, the Labor Department said on Wednesday. The second rule required retirement plan administrators — who serve as fiduciaries and must act solely in the
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