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Scott Hanson writes in his Kiplinger's article about four ways to create a monthly income similar to what a company pension would provide.
It’s not easy being an investor when you’re young, but it gets even more difficult once you transition into retirement.
Scott Hanson's latest Kiplinger's column examines the ever-changing face of retirement.
Scott Hanson explains in his Kiplinger's article how retirement is about more than saving and investing, it's about planning your life in retirement.
Forget the traditional measurements and general rules of thumb. The right answer depends on your risk tolerance, time horizon and other factors specific to your situation
Scott Hanson explains to a pre-retiree the adverse tax consequences of bad investment advice, and when to roll a 401(k) into an IRA.
Scott Hanson explores the 6 secrets to retiring free from financial worry.
You may get to choose from several options for receiving your pension. In Kiplinger's, Scott Hanson provides answers on how to think through them.
Scott Hanson advises readers about an important relationship that must be established before either partner becomes terminally ill.
Retirement expert Scott Hanson's latest Kiplinger's column warns consumers about high-commission insurance investment products with complex tax loopholes.
Retirement expert Scott Hanson explains the difference between 403(b)s and Roth IRA savings accounts in Kiplinger magazine.
Retirement expert Scott Hanson writes about quality of life issues for Kiplinger magazine.
Financial expert, and Barron's Top 100 Independent Advisor, Scott Hanson, writes about retirement and asset allocation for Kiplinger.
Retirement expert Scott Hanson writes about pensions and lump sum payouts.
Scott Hanson discusses retirement and paying off your mortgage with an IRA.
Scott Hanson writes in Kiplinger magazine about Social Security means testing and retirement.
Scott Hanson writes in Kiplinger about retirement, being a benefactor, and inheriting a 401(k) or pension.
Financial expert Scott Hanson writes about inheritances and stock liquidation.
Better still If the employer offers a Roth option. The money inside the plan will grow tax-deferred, and with the Roth, it can be withdrawn tax-free in retirement.
All things being equal, saving the maximum into a Roth option provides the greatest chance of high, after-tax income during retirement.
If you are in a high tax bracket, max out your 401(k), earmarking some of those dollars for a future payoff during retirement.