The Spend Safely in Retirement Strategy

Last month, the Society of Actuaries (a group I was born to belong to!) published a mammoth (84-page) report entitled “Viability of the Spend Safely in Retirement Strategy”. Despite its opaque title, this report (written by Steve Vernon, Joe Tomlinson, and the estimable Wade Pfau) contains some interesting info about planning for retirement income. On […]

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Death by a thousand cuts

I’ve been on the internet for a long, long time. Via local Bulletin Board Systems, I started reading USENET newsgroups — mostly Star Trek and comic book and computer game stuff — during college in the late 1980s. I got sucked into the world of MUDs. Soon after graduating, I heard about this new thing […]

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A brief guide to the Equifax settlement — and how to get what you’re owed

Two years ago, credit reporting agency Equifax suffered an enormous security breach. Hackers gained access to the personal data of 147 million Americans: Social Security numbers, credit card details, and other sensitive information. Almost half the U.S. population was affected. Recently, Equifax reached a settlement agreement with the Federal Trade Commission to provide compensation for […]

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Having Financial Conversations With Your Parents: Highlights From Our Chat With Cameron Huddleston

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