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4 ways to transition into retirement - - MSN Money
When it comes to a major life-change like ending your working career, sometimes it's best to ease into it. - MSN Money retirement-plan tips and articles

6 financial benefits of marriage - marriage and money ...
@Phony Market.... I work in financial services and can for a fact tell you that the majority of the things on this list are not benefits of a roomate.

Estate-planning lessons from Tony Soprano- MSN Money
This post comes from Kimberly Palmer at partner site U.S. News & World Report. The latest celebrity to demonstrate the importance of estate planning is “Sopranos ...

How to retire with $1 million - - MSN Money
Saving $1 million for retirement is a realistic goal for most workers, but it will take a considerable amount of effort to get there. And there are plenty of fees ...

Is retiring early too risky? - retirement planning - MSN Money
Social Security Administration research shows the median age of retirement falling from age 68 or 69 to 62 between 1950 and 1985. Though the trend has ...

401k mistakes job-hoppers make - - MSN Money
Related topics: retirement, retirement planning, 401k, pension, financial planning. When you switch employers, it's important to keep your nest egg intact.

5 keys for a smooth take-off into retirement - - MSN Money
Five years before you leave the workforce, kick your retirement planning into full gear to ensure a successful transition. - MSN Money retirement tips and articles

Don't take passwords to the grave - - MSN Money
Related topics: estate planning, financial privacy, family, financial planning, Liz Weston. When my father had a stroke while on vacation, my stepmother was flummoxed.

12 financial nightmares for baby boomers - plan for ...
Retirement, the kids, the house -- they're all keeping you up at night. The financial nightmares are very real. But there are actions you can take to confront them.

Your 20s: Planning pays off richly - 2 - - MSN Money
Live cheaply as long as you can. Newly minted adults tend to overestimate how far their paychecks will go and blow too much on apartments, cars, wardrobes, eating out ...


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