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    Security firm warns bank customers to watch accounts after massive global bank heist

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  • Yahoo Finance playoffs: The retirement rumble

    As Super Bowl fever spreads, we here at Yahoo Finance wanted to put together our own roster of pro retirement tips to help you score big in 2015.

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    Yahoo Finance playoffs: The retirement rumble

    As Super Bowl fever spreads, we here at Yahoo Finance wanted to put together our own roster of pro retirement tips to help you score big in 2015.

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  • Join us for a Twitter chat about retirement planning

    Our retirement experts will answer your questions via Twitter.

  • Unions ask state Supreme Court to postpone pension trial

    The public-sector unions and retirees suing the state over the 2011 overhaul of Rhode Island's public pension system asked the state Supreme Court on Friday to delay the trial after a lower court refused. ...

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  • 7 Vital Retirement and Estate Rules Baby Boomers Need to Follow Now

    Hire an expert, review your documents regularly and don't rely on just a will to accomplish your goals are among the highlights of sound estate planning.
  • Two Llamas Escape Arizona Retirement Community

    (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Pimm Fox reports on the efforts to wrangle two escaped llamas in Sun City, AZ. He speaks on "Money Clip." (Source: Bloomberg) All multimedia: {AV } To contact the producer ...

  • San Diego Pension Trustees’ Feud Escalates From Strategy to Guns

    Samantha Begovich, a trustee of the San Diego County Employees Retirement Association, accused fellow board member David Myers of racial and sexual animus in an e-mail to the fund’s chief executive, Brian White. Begovich said she feared Myers, a sheriff’s commander, bringing his gun to meetings…

  • Your Roth IRA questions answered

    If we had a dollar for every reader email we’ve received about Roth IRAs, we’d be retired instead of still working.

  • Judge won't postpone trial in Rhode Island pension lawsuit

    The judge hearing a challenge to Rhode Island's 2011 overhaul of its public pension system said Friday that she won't postpone the trial date. The state's lawyers had requested a continuance to complete ...

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  • Avoid These Common Mistakes New Retirees Make

    Whatever the particular oversight, being blindsided by the unexpected threatens to put a damper on an otherwise smooth transition into retirement. Here are a few potential stumbling blocks to be aware of as you begin your retirement journey. It is impossible to know ahead of time exactly how your…

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  • Canada's OMERS pension fund posts solid 2014 results

    OMERS, one of Canada's largest pension plans, said on Friday its returns rose 10 percent in 2014, on the back of investments in public and private markets. OMERS, or the Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System, said net assets rose to C$72 billion at the end of 2014, from C$65.1 billion…

  • These Workers Landed Cool and Unusual Retirement Jobs—Here’s How

    If you're willing to think outside the box, you'll find fun jobs that provide income and adventure.

  • Does employer match count toward 401(k) limit?

    Do employer contributions to a 401(k) plan count against the maximum limits you can contribute to the plan? Do they affect the amount you can put into a traditional or Roth IRA? The employer matching contributions don't count toward the maximum limits that you can contribute to a 401(k) plan. …
  • How early retirees balance growth and income

    Jason Flurry, president of Legacy Partners Financial Group, uses a "bucket system" to show how simple it can be to meet income needs of $60,000 per year, factoring a 3 percent withdrawal rate, without taking unnecessary risks. For example, a 4 percent withdrawal rate might be used with a high…
  • How early retirees can build an income bridge

    If throughout your career you maximized savings into your tax-advantaged retirement accounts and diligently socked money into after-tax savings, you may be able to retire early -- well before you're old enough to collect Social Security or pensions. Now the challenge is how to manage money in…
  • Who’s Downsizing? Not These Retirees

    Contrary to a common belief, half of American retirees didn’t downsize in their last move, according to a new home retirement study by Merrill Lynch. The study also projected that retirees and others nearing retirement age (every day, 10,000 baby boomers turn 65) will have a big impact on the…

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  • The Hidden Threat to Your Retirement

    More older Americans are approaching their golden years with heavy debt loads.