Retirement

WHY IT MATTERS: Social Security

THE ISSUE: More than 60 million retirees, disabled workers, spouses and children rely on monthly Social Security benefits. The trustees who oversee Social Security say the program has enough money to pay full …

Réforme des APL: le gouvernement justifie les économies qu'il veut faire

Dans quelques jours, certains ménages verront leur aide personnalisée au logement réduite, voire su …

Assurance-vie : les retraits des épargnants limités en cas de crise financière 

Grâce à un rendement supérieur au Livret A, l'assurances-vie est devenue le placement préféré des Fr…

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  • Sondage : les Français, rois de l'épargne
    Sondage : les Français, rois de l'épargne LeParisien.fr

    L'urgence, « c'est vivre, pas compter », écrivait Françoise Sagan. Que ses compatriotes n'ont peut-être pas lue... car les Français font figure de champions de l'épargne. Surtout quand …

    Sondage : les Français, rois de l'épargne

    L'urgence, « c'est vivre, pas compter », écrivait Françoise Sagan. Que ses compatriotes n'ont peut-être pas lue... car les Français font figure de champions de l'épargne. Surtout quand on les...

  • Dallas police and fire pension in crisis, retirees concerned
    Dallas police and fire pension in crisis, retirees concerned The Canadian Press

    Still recovering from the July sniper attack that left five law enforcement officers dead, the Dallas Police Department is facing a new crisis as its pension fund approaches insolvency and scores of officers, …

    Dallas police and fire pension in crisis, retirees concerned

    Still recovering from the July sniper attack that left five law enforcement officers dead, the Dallas Police Department is facing a new crisis as its pension fund approaches insolvency and scores of officers, including Chief David Brown, announce unexpected retirements. The crisis comes as the Dallas Police Department …

  • Retraites : pas de hausse au 1er octobre
    Retraites : pas de hausse au 1er octobre Boursier

    Pas de hausse des retraites de base en octobre. La ministre des Affaires sociales, Marisol Touraine l’a confirmé vendredi. Les pensions du régime général resteront à leur niveau actuel. Comment ce

    Retraites : pas de hausse au 1er octobre

    Pas de hausse des retraites de base en octobre. La ministre des Affaires sociales, Marisol Touraine l’a confirmé vendredi. Les pensions du régime général resteront à leur niveau actuel. Comment ce

  • Nicolas Sarkozy estime que les classes moyennes ont été "matraquées" Boursier

    "Si nous continuons sur cette pente, il n'y aura plus d'économie française", a estimé ce lundi Nicolas Sarkozy, candidat à la primaire de droite sur Europe 1, évoquant la hausse des impôts durant...

    Nicolas Sarkozy estime que les classes moyennes ont été "matraquées"

    "Si nous continuons sur cette pente, il n'y aura plus d'économie française", a estimé ce lundi Nicolas Sarkozy, candidat à la primaire de droite sur Europe 1, évoquant la hausse des impôts durant...

  • VIDEO: Peter Rufai comes out of retirement Goal.com

    The legendary goalkeeper was in blistering form during Friday’s novelty game for WJS Legend edition that fans tip him for Nigeria return

    VIDEO: Peter Rufai comes out of retirement

    The legendary goalkeeper was in blistering form during Friday’s novelty game for WJS Legend edition that fans tip him for Nigeria return

  • Faut-il compter sur l’épargne salariale pour financer sa retraite ? La Tribune

    Financer sa retraite par ses propres moyens pourrait devenir une obligation dans les prochaines années. Parmi les solutions s’offrant au particulier, l’épargne salariale présente quelques avantages… et …

    Faut-il compter sur l’épargne salariale pour financer sa retraite ?

    Financer sa retraite par ses propres moyens pourrait devenir une obligation dans les prochaines années. Parmi les solutions s’offrant au particulier, l’épargne salariale présente quelques avantages… et ...

  • Paul Pierce to play one more season with Clippers before retirement Sporting News

    Paul Pierce will retire after one more season in the NBA.

    Paul Pierce to play one more season with Clippers before retirement

    Paul Pierce will retire after one more season in the NBA.

  • How to keep newly rich kids out of the poor house CNBC

    Junior is on the way to being the next big sensation! Here's how to ensure he has cash in the bank for the rest of his life.

    Junior is on the way to being the next big sensation! Here's how to ensure he has cash in the bank for the rest of his life.

  • Impending Garnett retirement shows NBA dilemma: Getting star players into ownership roles Sporting News

    The coming wave of retiring mega-rich star players will need to find ways to stay in the game. Ownership is the answer.

    Impending Garnett retirement shows NBA dilemma: Getting star players into ownership roles

    The coming wave of retiring mega-rich star players will need to find ways to stay in the game. Ownership is the answer.

  • Call to scrap disability benefits assessments amid rise in successful appeals PA Money News

    There are fresh calls for the Government's "increasingly problematic" assessments for disability benefits to be scrapped, after new statistics showed further problems with the system.

    Call to scrap disability benefits assessments amid rise in successful appeals

    There are fresh calls for the Government's "increasingly problematic" assessments for disability benefits to be scrapped, after new statistics showed further problems with the system.

  • La Sécu va mieux ! La preuve en 5 chiffres L'Obs

    Selon Marisol Touraine, "en 2017, le trou de la Sécu aura disparu". Ou presque...

    La Sécu va mieux ! La preuve en 5 chiffres

    Selon Marisol Touraine, "en 2017, le trou de la Sécu aura disparu". Ou presque...

  • Companies may face cash flow squeeze if forced to plug pension deficits International Business Times

    Cash flows of non-financial companies could come under threat if they are forced to stump up extra money to plug deficits in their UK-based pension plans as a result of triennial funding valuation updates …

    Companies may face cash flow squeeze if forced to plug pension deficits

    Cash flows of non-financial companies could come under threat if they are forced to stump up extra money to plug deficits in their UK-based pension plans as a result of triennial funding valuation updates that fall due in 2016-17, according to Moody's. Every three years, companies with UK pension plans have to assess if …

  • Under one in 10 new pensioners in danger of overspending - research PA Money News

    Less than one in 10 new pensioners are in danger of over-spending during their first year of retirement, research suggests.

    Under one in 10 new pensioners in danger of overspending - research

    Less than one in 10 new pensioners are in danger of over-spending during their first year of retirement, research suggests.

  • Lou Lumenick, Longtime New York Post Film Critic, Announces His Retirement Indiewire

    Lumenick has been at the paper for 27 years, serving as its film critic since 1999.

    Lou Lumenick, Longtime New York Post Film Critic, Announces His Retirement

    Lumenick has been at the paper for 27 years, serving as its film critic since 1999.

  • Employees in workplace pension scheme not saving enough, experts warn PA Money News

    Workplace pension savers are only putting away a fraction of what they are likely to need for their retirement, experts have warned.

    Employees in workplace pension scheme not saving enough, experts warn

    Workplace pension savers are only putting away a fraction of what they are likely to need for their retirement, experts have warned.

  • How to Invest an Inheritance for a Comfortable Retirement U.S.News & World Report

    If you've recently inherited a windfall or you're set to in the near future, here are the most important things to keep in mind when you have your eye on a comfortable retirement. Rushing into decisions …

    If you've recently inherited a windfall or you're set to in the near future, here are the most important things to keep in mind when you have your eye on a comfortable retirement. Rushing into decisions when you're received an inheritance is a strategic error you can't afford, says Brad Thurber, senior vice president and …

  • Should a Part-Time Job Be Part of a Retirement Plan? U.S.News & World Report

    No longer can the average worker count on a defined pension plan to fund retirement. Social Security is estimated to become insolvent in 2034, and surveys show many workers are not saving enough on their …

    No longer can the average worker count on a defined pension plan to fund retirement. Social Security is estimated to become insolvent in 2034, and surveys show many workers are not saving enough on their own. Beyond that, people are living longer and health care costs are increasing at more than twice the rate of inflation, …

  • 13 Tips for Singles Nearing Retirement U.S.News & World Report

    If you're single and about to retire, you're about to join 20 million other unmarried retirees in the U.S. who have different concerns than married folk, and need different considerations when planning …

    If you're single and about to retire, you're about to join 20 million other unmarried retirees in the U.S. who have different concerns than married folk, and need different considerations when planning retirement. Some singles are divorced, separated and never married, but most, (11 million) are widowed, according to a …