From the time you earned your first paycheck, you likely heard the same advice over and over: Start putting away for retirement - now!
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If you sign up for Social Security before full retirement age while staying on the job, your benefits could be doubly reduced.
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The majority of retirees never leave home. Most people opt to age in place, or if they do move, they find a smaller house near their old neighborhood.
Wells Fargo will pay $81.6 million to homeowners for denying them a chance to challenge mortgage payment increases imposed during bankruptcy proceedings.