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Roughly 11 percent of those “never beneficiaries” are employees who worked in jobs that receive a public pension and don’t pay into Social Security. Among the groups potentially affected: government workers, teachers and railroad employees. (For example, a 2014 report from advocate TeacherPensions.org estimated 1.2 million teachers — or about 40 percent of the nation’s
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Part-time consulting is a great way to leverage your hard-won institutional knowledge and expertise after retirement. Firms may be looking to fill their full-time rank-and-file with lower-paid new college graduates, but there’s a lot to be said for decades of experience. If you’re offering your skill set on a part-time, independent basis, your former employer,
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Gyrating markets, rising rates and significant market volatility will always create anxiety for investors and leave them with a bad, sinking feeling. Those big swings typically cause investors great concern, no matter the rise or fall. But what is the root of the anxiety? Behavioral science suggests that humans are “uncertainty reduction” machines. That’s one
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Betterment, another robo-advisor, is using artificial intelligence in a limited capacity to back-office tasks such as check processing. The company does not use the technology to generate financial advice or manage portfolios, said Dan Egan, director of behavioral finance and investing at Betterment. “Generally speaking, machine intelligence is kind of like an autistic savant, in
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Whether you’re looking to avoid companies that have questionable environmental practices or to reward those that prioritize gender equality, there’s an investment strategy for that. Say hello to sustainable investing, which you may also know as socially responsible investing, a way for individuals to make a social impact with their dollars. This investment strategy involves
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