From MarketWatch:

I’m 33, earning $120,000 in tech, want to retire at 40, but have expensive medical needs — how can I achieve financial independence?: Financial independence is a great goal, but there’s a lot to consider — especially when health care is a concern.  

Large Social Security COLA may spark debate about appropriate index: The cost-of-living adjustment is not tied to expenses for the elderly, but the latest estimates may change that

What’s a better investment: bitcoin or a Roth IRA?: Cryptocurrencies are a hot topic these days but when and how do you invest in them for the future

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Will COVID-19 have long-term effects on the brain?

Planning to retire? Here’s a list of at least 14 things to account for first 

Bitcoin, cryptocurrencies and your retirement savings — what to do and what NOT to do

401(k) red flags a small-business owner should see — before the IRS does

Where should I retire? MarketWatch’s updated tool warns you of climate risks while helping you find your dream spot

Will Medicare pay for my ambulance ride?

If you want to fix your finances, change your mind

Horrors aside, M. Night Shyamalan’s film ‘Old’ makes important points about aging 

More in retirement news:

I’m 75 and still working. What happens to my retirement plans? (NJ.com)

Best and worst countries to retire in, including the top 10 (Fast Company)

Rethinking retirement: 3 major mistakes people make when retiring (Fox 2)

Employers offer perks, from college tuition to retirement benefits, to attract workers (CNBC)

How retirement plan sponsors can maximize their contributions/tax deductions (JD Supra)

Research and Insight:

Retirement: Gender financial gap is worsening amid savings imbalance (Yahoo! Money)

5 Money moves to make 10 years before you retire (Real Simple)

Workers think they’ll need $500,000 to retire comfortably. Are they right? (The Motley Fool)

Pandemic puts secure retirement at greater risk for many older Americans? (AARP)

Onus of retirement planning is on us (Center for Retirement Research at Boston College)

To share with your family, friends and clients:

Get rich, live longer

A financial check-up today could help your retired self in the future 

Four hiring trends you should know about and how to put them to work for you 

Forget about the future: Americans are doing whatever it takes to get by today 

Meet the retirees with the memory of a 25-year old

Unsure about investing? Join the club — an investment club 

I’m a 39-year-old single dad with $600,000 saved — I want to retire at 50 but don’t know how. What should I do?

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