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Playing Catch-Up with Your Retirement Savings

Many 50-year-olds are recognizing they don’t have enough savings for the retirement that they expect and want. Can you relate? You might not be able to get completely caught up with your retirement savings, but take these steps to save as much as you can.
The High Cost of Procrastination
Is the high cost of procrastination threatening your budget? You might not even realize it. We explore just how expensive procrastination can be.
Should I Prepay My Aging Parent’s Funeral?
Your parent’s health is declining. Would it be both emotionally and financially easier to prepay the funeral? Both for you and them? Readers who have faced this difficult decision weigh in.
Ways to Reduce the Cost of Renting a Car
Careful shopping can make a big difference in how much you’ll pay for a rental car. These tips can help you find a car suitable for both your needs and your budget.

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Could An Underfunded Government Pension Put Your Retirement at Risk?

Only 3 states have set aside enough to meet their promised pensions. Is your pension and your retirement at risk?
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Ways to Save On Medically Related Equipment Not Covered by Insurance

Insurance doesn’t cover all medical costs for those with disabilities and special needs. If your loved one needs medically related equipment not covered by insurance here are some you might be able to cover the costs.

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