Retirement

Cryptocurrencies haven’t quite delivered on their revolutionary promises. But they are messing with the stock market. This article is part of the Debatable newsletter. You can sign up here to receive it on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Cryptocurrencies have been around for 12 years now, and for much of that time, they were a fairly easy
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Both sides agreed that generic statements about firms’ integrity and honesty can sometimes be the basis for securities fraud class-action suits. WASHINGTON ’ A frustrated Supreme Court heard arguments on Monday in a securities fraud class-action case against Goldman Sachs, with several justices indicating puzzlement about what they were meant to do in light of
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Advertisement Continue reading the main story Supported by Continue reading the main story The Labor Department will not enforce two Trump-era rules regulating retirement plans. March 11, 2021, 9:25 a.m. ET The Biden administration will not enforce two Trump-era rules involving retirement plans, including one that effectively discouraged administrators for those plans from choosing investments
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Advertisement Continue reading the main story Opinion Supported by Continue reading the main story Too Much Choice Is Hurting America Learning from subprime, health care and electricity. Opinion Columnist March 1, 2021, 7:00 p.m. ET Credit…Peter van Agtmael/Magnum Photos Dan Patrick, the lieutenant governor of Texas, is clearly what my father would have called a
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Paula Brynen has been finding a sense of purpose in volunteer work for years ’ and even more so after her job as a fund-raiser for public television in California was eliminated two years ago. Having survived leukemia in 2011, she volunteers with the local chapter of the nonprofit Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, work that
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A pension fund for Pennsylvania teachers said it had frozen new investments with Apollo Global Management amid concerns about ties between its founder, Leon Black, and Jeffrey Epstein. The $63 billion Pennsylvania Public School Employees’ Retirement System said it spoke with Apollo officials last week after a New York Times report detailed the financial ties
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In April, Dave Summers lost his job as director of digital media productions at the American Management Association, a casualty of layoffs brought on by the pandemic. Mr. Summers, 60, swiftly launched his own business as a digital media producer, coach and animator who creates podcasts, webcasts and video blogs. And in September, he and
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When someone retires, three substantial changes take place, said Ken Dychtwald, psychologist, gerontologist and founder and chief executive of Age Wave, a consulting and research company. “They struggle with their identity, relationships and activity,” he said. “Some people feel unsettled, anxious or even bored, but eventually they realize that relationships, wellness and purpose really matter
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Today’s record low bond yields could not come at a worse time for many baby boomers. Owning U.S. Treasuries, the undisputed safest bond for retirees, means signing on for next to nothing in earnings for the next five to 10 years. That’s because the current yield of a Treasury bond is a solid estimate of
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David Jarmul and his wife, Champa, long envisioned what their retirement would look like. After returning from a two-year Peace Corps stint in Moldova in 2019, the couple, both 67, planned extensive travel, including trips to the Baltics, West Africa and Sri Lanka. “Travel is our passion ’ it’s what we love to do,” said
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In a sharply polarized environment, Americans saving for retirement are increasingly concerned about politics ’ those of their financial advisers. “I’ll get a phone call from one client thinking the world is falling apart, and then another thinking it’s the best time to get into the market ’ in the same day,” said Robert Schmansky,
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