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Kiplinger's Personal Finance
Start saving for your future early and give yourself more time to become rich.
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A new generation of annuities are simpler and cheaper.
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Consider these moves to maximize your benefits.
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Some retirees will work by choice, while many will work out of necessity.
New strategies to design the lifestyle you want and make sure you have the money to pay for it.
The first increase for inflation since 2009 offsets a Medicare premium hike.
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Buy new office equipment before year-end to qualify for extra tax breaks.
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Make people happy while you're still around to hear "thank you"...
Whether donating cash, clothes or a car, don’t forget to get a receipt.
Cut next year’s taxes by signing up for a flexible spending account today.
Go green and earn some green before year-end.
When the time comes to tap your tax-deferred retirement accounts, Uncle Sam will be waiting for his share.
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Millions of taxpayers will be snared by the alternative minimum tax in 2011. Find out if you’re one of them -- and what to do about it.
Corporate pensions went from holding $250 billion in excess funds to being underfunded.
The first cost-of-living adjustment since 2009 could be offset by higher Medicare premiums.
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It’s time to size up your plan. You may be in better shape than you think.
New rules will mean smaller pension payouts next year. Get it right the first time. There are no do-overs.