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Wednesday Q&A Will the Windfall Elimination Provision crush my pension?

By GRA News Blog | April 14, 2021

Will the Windfall Elimination Provision crush my pension? A teacher in New Orleans asks Gregory if her pension can get crushed by the Social Security Windfall Elimination Provision. Find out how pensions are affected by the provision in this Winning at Life clip. Do you have questions for Gregory? Press the ASK GREGORY below and…

How to pay for healthcare costs in retirement

By GRA News Blog | April 13, 2021

Stop focusing on the big, scary numbers As retirement risks go, it’s one of the more impossible to manage and mitigate. Or is it? For years now, firms in the financial services industry, as well as researchers, have been scaring preretirees into thinking they need an ungodly amount of money set aside at age 65…

4 Retirement Savings Mistakes You Can’t Afford to Make

By GRA News Blog | April 12, 2021

If your goal is to enjoy your retirement to the fullest, the last thing you’ll want is to spend your senior years pinching pennies. And if you manage to sock away a nice amount of money in a 401(k) or IRA, you won’t have to. Your savings, combined with your Social Security benefits, could make…

How long do negative items stay on your credit report?

By GRA News Blog | April 9, 2021

Many Americans are struggling to put their personal finances in order amid the pandemic as they are dealing with debt and other credit issues. If you’re one of them, you’re not alone and there are credit repair steps you can take. Often, the first step is determining where your credit score currently stands by checking credit…

Are you worrying too much about running out of money in retirement?

By GRA News Blog | April 8, 2021

Fear can keep you from getting the most out of retirement Many U.S. households retire without enough money to maintain their pre-retirement standard of living. Once retired, though, people often reduce their spending enough to make their money last, according to a recent study by David Blanchett, head of retirement research at Morningstar, MORN, +0.54% and Warren Cormier,…

Wednesday Q&A Is it ever a good idea to buy a falling stock?

By GRA News Blog | April 7, 2021

Is it ever a good idea to buy a falling stock? Gregory gives his take on that question in this Winning at Life segment. Do you have questions for Gregory? Press the ASK GREGORY below and your question could be featured next! ASK GREGORY We’re Here to Help Have questions about this week’s content, or…

5 Drawbacks of Using Only a 401(k) for Retirement

By GRA News Blog | April 7, 2021

A 401(k) retirement plan is an excellent tool to help employees save for retirement. Many employers offer a company match, which is basically extra compensation. Not only that, but you also usually get a tax break for your contributions in the year you make them. But if you’re only saving for retirement in a 401(k),…

1 in 4 Americans have no retirement savings — and those who do aren’t saving enough

By GRA News Blog | April 1, 2021

Americans are under-saving for their retirement, according to PwC’s Retirement in America report. One in 4 Americans have no retirement savings and those who are saving aren’t saving enough, PwC U.S. Asset Manager and Wealth Management Leader Bernadette Geis told Yahoo Money. “Those that are [saving], on average, what they have saved will afford them like…

Wednesday Q&A How do I get the most out of Social Security?

By GRA News Blog | March 31, 2021

How do I get the most out of Social Security? Gregory helps a caller navigate the Social Security math. Find out how to get the most out of Social Security in this Winning at Life segment. Do you have questions for Gregory? Press the ASK GREGORY below and your question could be featured next! ASK…

IRS Delays Tax-Filing Deadline Until Mid-May

By GRA News Blog | March 31, 2021

Extension will give taxpayers more time to grapple with late law changes, pandemic WASHINGTON—The Internal Revenue Service delayed the main April 15 tax-filing and payment deadlines for individuals until May 17, giving taxpayers and preparers a bit of breathing room in an unusually complicated tax season. The move comes after lawmakers and accountants urged the…

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