Bruce Springsteen on his Broadway Show and retirement – The Howard Stern Show

Bruce Springsteen on his Broadway Show and retirement – The Howard Stern Show

Bruce Springsteen on his Broadway Show and retirementThe Howard Stern Show Bruce Springsteen was playing guitar for Clarence Clemons at the hospital when he passed awayYahoo entertainment Bruce Springsteen is proud of his developmentThe Howard Stern Show Bruce Springsteen Tells Howard Stern His ‘Guitar Playing Is Underrated’New York Daily News Springsteen on Howard Stern show: … Read more

Here’s the new standard deduction and federal income tax for 2023

Here’s the new standard deduction and federal income tax for 2023

The IRS has announced inflation adjustments to the standard deduction and other tax provisions for the 2023 tax year. The standard deduction for married couples filing jointly for the 2023 tax year will increase to $27,700, an increase of $1,800 from the 2022 tax year. The standard deduction is the amount taxpayers can deduct from … Read more

Women, Divorce & Retirement: True Stories of Financial Dramas and Losses Haunting Divorced Women in Retirement

Women, Divorce & Retirement: True Stories of Financial Dramas and Losses Haunting Divorced Women in Retirement

By Mary Helen Gillespie It’s not a fairy tale: Data repeatedly shows divorced women suffer greater financial losses in their retirement years than married or single women. Retirement Daily, as part of a year-long investigation, reached out to ask female readers to share their divorce and retirement stories first-hand. The responses were overwhelmingly emotional. For … Read more

The shares are way down. Can you still retire?

The shares are way down.  Can you still retire?

(Maurie Backman) Many people spend decades saving up and planning for their eventual retirement. But if you’ve just reached your target retirement age, you may be wondering whether it’s smart to go through with your career-ending plans given the state of the stock market. As of this writing, is S&P 500 the index is down … Read more

A Nation of Quitters – WSJ

A Nation of Quitters – WSJ

The unemployment rate was 3.5% in July, the same as in February 2020, but the US has three million fewer workers. Where did everyone go? This in an economy with 11.2 million job openings. It is mostly men between 25 and 54 who have not returned to work. Now a McKinsey study suggests that 40% … Read more

Jim Cramer breaks down the two broad camps emerging as the Fed fights inflation – CNBC Television

Jim Cramer breaks down the two broad camps emerging as the Fed fights inflation – CNBC Television

Jim Cramer breaks down the two broad camps emerging as the Fed battles inflationCNBC TV Investors betting on short-term gains will miss out when Powell ‘wins the game,’ Cramer saysCNBC Financial expert Kelly Brothers discusses the impact of raising interest rates by the Federal ReserveKCRA News Rising bond yields change the calculation for sharesThe Wall … Read more

4 Non-Investing Questions to Ask an Advisor Before Retirement | Personal finance

4 Non-Investing Questions to Ask an Advisor Before Retirement |  Personal finance

A successful retirement is not always about the tangible. For many, it is time to realize dreams of travel and other experiences, but too little money can get in the way. “Often clients are overly conservative for fear of running out of money, but in the process shorten the retirement experience,” says Kevin Lum, a … Read more

4 Non-Investing Questions to Ask an Advisor Before Retirement | Personal finance

4 Non-Investing Questions to Ask an Advisor Before Retirement |  Personal finance

A successful retirement is not always about the tangible. For many, it is time to realize dreams of travel and other experiences, but too little money can get in the way. “Often clients are overly conservative for fear of running out of money, but in the process shorten the retirement experience,” says Kevin Lum, a … Read more