News and analysis for those planning for or living in retirement – MarketWatch

From MarketWatch:

Millennials, consider this expense in your retirement planning: Health care expenses will be a major component of your spending in retirement, but it goes deeper than that. 

Worried you might outlive your savings? Try these 6 things: Many retirees are concerned they’ll run out of money in retirement, but there are ways to protect themselves. 

Nearly a third of 401(k) plans contain less than $10,000: Not everyone can afford to save much money in their employer-sponsored retirement plans, and some don’t use them to their full potential. 

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More in retirement news:

NC House passes bill eliminating income tax on military retirement (WCTI

Even as meme stocks surge, retirement savers stay vanilla (The Seattle Times

Borrowing from your retirement fund: What you need to know (Forbes)

Availability of state auto-IRAs appears to complement private market for retirement plans (PEW)

How a ‘mini retirement’ sabbatical can be good for the soul (Real Simple

Research and Insight:

Women’s confidence in retirement savings hits all-time low post-pandemic (Yahoo! Finance)

This is pre-retirees’ top retirement concern (Mooresville Tribune

Having purpose, contributing to society key to living well in retirement: study (McKnight’s)

Workers overestimate their Social Security (Center for Retirement Research at Boston College

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This is where older Americans find the most happiness

Worried about retirement? Welcome to the club 

I want to move to a walkable, historic, four-season town and have a budget of $30,000 a year — where should I retire? 

Shoring up Supplemental Security Income would help many of the nation’s poorest 

The new cruise ship rulebook: What to know about booking a trip, getting on board and other changes

Public pensions lose on hedge funds — again 

Should I roll over my 401(k) when I move to a new job — and if so, how? What to know about rolling over your retirement accounts