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Judi Dench: Stop Asking When She Will Retire

Judi Dench is sick and tired of everyone asking her when she will retire. Dench has been in the acting industry for 60 years and says she has no current plans for retirement even though she turns 80 this year. While speaking at the recent screening for her BBC One TV show Esio Trot, Dench opened up about how she …

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Retirement Planning Tips: Save Smart

If you want to retire and live comfortably, you need to start saving as soon as possible. Everyone can save a little money, regardless of how much you make or how many bills you have. While saving money can be tough sometimes, when you finally do retire from your job, you will be glad you have a savings to fall …

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Retirement Planning: 3 Reasons To Start As Soon As Possible

Retirement planning is typically something that individuals and couples engage in once they hit their late forties and early fifties. The conventional wisdom has been that once you hit a certain age, you should be looking to prepare to retire. In actuality, every American needs to start working on their “nest age” immediately. Putting it off while failing to consider …

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401(k) Plans Still Popular, But Growth is Slowing

For the past few years, retirement has seemed like a pipe dream for many Americans. The financial meltdown that occurred six years ago decimated the retirement accounts of many Americans, and U.S. employment numbers are still limping back to pre-recession levels. Add to that the wage stagnation the U.S. has seen over the past decades and it is easy to …

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Retirement Planning “Toolkit” Outlines Optimal Strategies

Baby Boomers are beginning to retire, and that means huge shifts coming to the American economy. The exodus of older workers from the labor market could ease employment troubles for younger workers looking to break into their field, but the millions of workers set to retire over the next decades could also mean big costs for companies and the U.S. …

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Early Retirement: Three Tips To Make It Happen

Many people dream of early retirement, but few are able to make it happen. While it may sound pretty easy in theory, it can take a lot of planning and hard work and if you don’t get a jump on your early retirement plan early, you might not have enough time to make it happen. If you want to retire …

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Jay Leno Is Enjoying His Retirement

Jay Leno became one of America’s favorite comedians while serving twenty consecutive years as the host of everybody’s favorite late night show The Tonight Show. So, when Leno announced that he would be retiring in February, fans were devastated. However, during a recent interview with the Associated Press, Leno assured his fans that he is enjoying his retirement and praised …

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Brock Lesnar Begs Dana White For A Favor

Brock Lesnar will be the first to admit that he doesn’t have a lot of close friends. However, there is one guy that Brock feels is worth his time and effort. Former UFC fighter Pat Berry recently came out of retirement to fight in the kickboxing Glory World Series, but recently suffered a first-round-knockout. That is why Brock is trying …

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Retirement Plans In The Works? What You Should Know

Good news for Americans planning their retirement: Reports indicate that retirement assets reached a record high at the end of 2013. This signals a sharp recovery from the disastrous 2008, when such assets were nearly halved in value. If you’re going to contribute to your retirement account, this seems like as good a time as any to get to work. …

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Derek Jeter Announces Reasons For Retirement

Derek Jeter has watched the players he came up with through the Yankee farm system retire one by one. First, Bernie Williams, then his best friend Jorge Posada and finally both Mariano Rivera and Andy Pettitte last year. The Captain has played more games in a Yankee uniform, 2602, and has more hits, 3,316, than any other Bronx Bomber. He …

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Retirement Planning: Not Just For Seniors

When many Americans hear the words, “retirement planning”, they immediately think of silver-haired oldsters plotting life after they are finally able to stop working. This isn’t so unusual since traditionally, it’s been expected that individuals begin planning on an exit from the workforce at about the age of 60 (if they’re lucky) However, retirement planning isn’t just for seniors. It’s …

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Derek Jeter’s Exit Will Be Tough on Yankee Fans

They came up together, in a farm system bounty for the ages: Derek Jeter, Mariano Rivera, Bernie Williams, Jorge Posada and Andy Pettitte. Together, they won four World Series Rings. Then Pettitte left for his hometown Houston Astros in 2004 and Williams retired in 2006. It was the end of an era. But the story wasn’t over, a new chapter …

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