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    1. Retiring in 2018? You Might Need $280,000 to Cover This One Big Expense

      Retiring in 2018? You Might Need $280,000 to Cover This One Big Expense newsfeedback@fool.com (Christy Bieber) Save So you think you're ready to leave the workforce? Before you hand in your notice, make sure you're fully prepared to support yourself during retirement. And this doesn't just mean having enough money in your travel fund. There's one big expense that could cost you a fortune during your senior years: healthcare.

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    2. Retiring in 2018? You Might Need $280,000 to Cover This One Big Expense

      Retiring in 2018? You Might Need $280,000 to Cover This One Big Expense

      Retiring in 2018? You Might Need $280,000 to Cover This One Big Expense Christy Bieber, The Motley Fool Reblog So you think you're ready to leave the workforce? Before you hand in your notice, make sure you're fully prepared to support yourself during retirement. And this doesn't just mean having enough money in your travel fund. There's one big expense that could cost you a fortune during your senior years: healthcare.

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    3. Can I Get on Medicare as Soon as I Retire?

      Can I Get on Medicare as Soon as I Retire? newsfeedback@fool.com (Maurie Backman) Save Millions of seniors rely on Medicare to pay for their health-related needs. But many near-retirees make one dangerous assumption: that they'll be eligible for Medicare coverage the moment they leave the workforce. If you're wondering whether you can get on Medicare as soon as you retire, the answer is that it depends on when you decide to bring your career to a close.

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    4. The Most Confusing Thing About Social Security

      The Most Confusing Thing About Social Security

      Social Security plays a vital role in your retirement planning. With the potential to receive hundreds of thousands of dollars in Social Security payments throughout your golden years, it's essential to make smart decisions based on all the facts that are available to you. Yet several aspects of Social Security are confusing to people, and that can lead them to make decisions that aren't as good as they'd be if they fully understood their options.

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    5. IRS Warns Taxpayers To Watch Out For Scams This Summer

      IRS Warns Taxpayers To Watch Out For Scams This Summer

      Now that tax season is over (well, except for those of us on extension), the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is warning taxpayers to remain on alert for phishing emails and telephone scams. According to the IRS, summer attracts the attention of scammers since so many taxpayers expect to hear from the tax agency - so much so that tax pros refer to this time of year as correspondence season.

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    6. Worried About the I.R.S. Scam? Here’s How to Handle Phone Fraud

      Worried About the I.R.S. Scam? Here’s How to Handle Phone Fraud

      Lee Meyer, a retired New York City schoolteacher, recently began getting strange telephone calls on weekday afternoons. A woman claiming to be a Treasury Department official left a message and a phone number, Mr. Meyer said, telling him he needed to settle a “tax-fraud charge” or else he would be hauled in front of a “magistrate judge.”

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    7. Dreaming of an early retirement? Here’s what it takes

      Dreaming of an early retirement? Here’s what it takes

      Once considered a pipe dream for most, early retirement now seems to be a trend. The movement has a growing number of blogs devoted to it and a name that, while catchy, illustrates what happens when you come up with the acronym first: FIRE, or “financially independent retire early.” Recent research from the online broker TD Ameritrade found that, on average, millennials expect to retire when they are 56.

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    8. 4 Out of 5 Workers Are Making This Costly Retirement Mistake

      4 Out of 5 Workers Are Making This Costly Retirement Mistake

      You're doing everything you can to prepare for retirement. You're contributing to your 401(k), you've got a rough estimate of your retirement number , and you've thought about when is the best age to finally leave work for good. Chances are, though, you're still forgetting about one thing that could significantly derail your retirement: healthcare costs.

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    9. Retirees are filing for bankruptcy at alarming rate

      Retirees are filing for bankruptcy at alarming rate

      Retirees are filing for bankruptcy at alarming rate September 1, 2018 308 Staying solvent is difficult for many retirees today. (Dreamstime) A new paper issued by the Consumer Bankruptcy Project, “Graying of U.S. Bankruptcy: Fallout from Life in a Risk Society,” indicates that seniors 65 and older are filing for bankruptcy at alarmingly high rates in comparison to prior periods. I am not surprised.

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    10. 5 Frequently Asked Medicare Questions

      5 Frequently Asked Medicare Questions

      Medicare provides insurance for millions of seniors. If you're one of them -- or if you're about to enroll in Medicare -- you may have lots of questions about exactly how this health insurance program works. Fortunately, we've got the answers to five key questions so you'll be better prepared to get the Medicare coverage you need and to use it effectively.

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