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Retirement Weekly: News and analysis for those planning for or living in retirement

From MarketWatch:

I’ll have $5 million for retirement when I sell my dental practice next year – but my wife and kids don’t want me to retire: Retiring can be emotional, and not just for the individual.

When should I claim Social Security? The dilemma and the strategy: So many factors go into deciding when to begin Social Security benefits, and the wrong choice can have dire consequences on how much someone ultimately receives.  

A plan for aging in place: How we’re turning our house into our ‘forever home’: Many Americans want to stay in their homes, but it takes significant planning – for the finances and the home improvements

Also on MarketWatch:

Want to earn 7.12% on your emergency fund or other languishing cash? 

‘Until now, I’ve been waiting tables’: I’m 32, and just started a new job in a factory. I have a 401(k) and an emergency fund. What can I do to retire at 55?

We’re 58, have $1.3 million saved and two homes, but ‘I would give myself a grade of B-’ for retirement planning 

‘A well-rounded ending’: How I said goodbye to my 60 years in the U.S. for a new life in Italy 

The 15 best islands in the world to retire on 

New to investing and not sure how to start? Try this approach 

7 last-minute gift ideas for kids that will make them better with money – they’ll thank you later 

How much do retirees want to consume

More in retirement news:

Retirement income and Biden’s inflation tax (Wall Street Journal)

How to plan for a long retirement (The New York Times)

The Democratic retirement floodgates just burst open (CNN

Essential Politics: What’s behind the retirement announcements on Capitol Hill? (Los Angeles Times)

Don’t overlook these 13 financial factors in your retirement plan (Forbes)

SSA early retirement offers attract fewer than 200 employees (Federal News Network)

Research and Insight:

How does spending really change in retirement (ThinkAdvisor)

Almost one-third of young workers are making a huge retirement mistake (The Motley Fool)

Report suggest ways to improve retirement readiness (Plansponsor)

COVID hasn’t pushed boomers into retiring (Center for Retirement Research at Boston College)

To share with your family, friends and clients:

Meditation may be good for your brain – but bad for your finances 

6 ways to give back in retirement 

How much do I need to retire? You tell me 

4 robo adviser trends in 2022 that will help your future 

5 worker perks that can help you with your finances next year 

A couple who earns $220,000 a year with almost no debt thinks they never have enough – how can they see things differently?

This 66-year-old ended up living in a van 18 years ago. Now, he’s turned his lifestyle into a lucrative video business 

Social Security, healthcare, taxes, savings: Key numbers for Americans to remember in 2022

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