New rules for early retirement
Money editors opened the floor for questions on how to make your dream of retiring by age 60 a reality.
When it comes to getting health coverage from your old boss, the landscape is changing fast, and not just for early retirees.
Are you saving enough for retirement? Start answering that question by comparing yourself with other Americans. Here's where the country stands on saving, along with a workout plan to help you succeed.
Commit to saving more and living on less and you'll be on your way to a comfortable, early retirement.
The recovery in the housing market may give you the confidence to create a cash cushion and retire early. Just be grateful, not greedy, about your gains.
Early in retirement you spend more money doing all the things you were too busy to do when you worked. At the same time, it's important to maximize your income, monitor investments and figure out when to tap Social Security.
Picking up a part-time job after you walk away from 9-to-5 work will ease the pressure on your finances, and keep you from getting bored in retirement.
Nobel Prize-winning economist Peter Diamond says Social Security is not in a crisis -- yet.
Love the culture and excitement of urban life, but loathe the congestion and cost? One of these 'second cities' could be your first-choice retirement spot.
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