Op-ed: An ‘active wealth’ plan can maximize long-term financial success

KEY POINTS When economic conditions seem at their worst and investors around you are losing their heads, the best thing to do is keep yours. Active wealth means taking disciplined action across five facets of an investor’s financial life. Two keys to an active wealth practice are to plan and not panic, and not to …

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Navigating Your Career Through the Changing World of Work

Advice for older job hunters and employees from workplace expert Lindsey Pollak, author of “Recalculating” “Since the beginning of 2020, every single person around the world has experienced a collective, unplanned, unwanted disruption — far worse for some than others — and it has changed every single one of our career trajectories in one way …

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With less savings and longer lifespan, women must take 4 key steps to shore up retirement

KEY POINTS Women have $70,000 less saved for retirement than men, according to a Bank of America Merrill Lynch Workplace Benefits Report. Women face several retirement saving headwinds, such as the gender pay gap, work disruptions for caregiving and longer lifespans. Committing to saving early, maximizing Social Security and working longer can shore up retirement …

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How to Plan for Retirement

When it comes to retirement, most people find themselves either sitting in the regret of past money mistakes or winning big-time with money and on track to a retirement they’ve always dreamt about. Here’s the difference: Those who are on track to reach their retirement goals have a plan. They’re intentional, focused, and they took …

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