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From MarketWatch:

I’m 54 years old with a substantial nest egg and can live on $40K a year — can I afford to retire?: Financially, this woman seems set for retirement, but she still might want to hesitate before moving forward. 

Food or medication? The dangerous choice many seniors have to make: Some older Americans struggle to pay all of the bills…and that leads to difficult decisions

8 things successful retirees do: Want to have a happy retirement? Try these. 

Also on MarketWatch:

How many funds do you really need in your retirement account?

I’m grateful for my vaccine, but is it really something to celebrate?

Two accidents that nearly killed her motivated this woman to make a 2,190-mile solo hike 

I want to open an IRA — should I choose a traditional IRA or a Roth?

What’s up — or down — with gold?

Want to retire to Portugal for less than $30,000 a year? Check out these seven places 

9 ways to ruin your financial life in a hurry 

More in retirement news:

Yes, you can retire on dividends. 10 stocks to build an income stream for the long haul. (Barron’s

Help! I’m afraid to retire, even if I can afford to (Kiplinger’s Personal Finance

Spending more in retirement: Yes? No? What’s a safe withdrawal rate? (Florida Today

Countdown to retirement: What you need to be ready for (GovExec.com

Start early to get your house retirement-ready (Tampa Bay Times)

Let’s update discussions about retirement planning (Forbes)

Research and Insight:

Millennials behind the pace in retirement preparation, study finds (FEDweek

Eight in 10 Americans say pandemic has affected retirement plans: Fidelity (BenefitsPro

Fully funded U.S. public pensions not necessary to ensure benefits — study (Reuters)

Will you really run out of money in retirement (Nasdaq)

Retirees decrease their spending by about 2 percent each year: analysis (McKnight’s Senior Living)

A lot of student debt may never be paid off (Center for Retirement Research at Boston College)

To share with your family, friends and clients:

How to make up lost ground if you got a late start saving for retirement 

The new COVID relief bill has slashed Obamacare health-insurance premiums — that’s good news for early retirees

When Social Security isn’t enough — here are the best ways to close the racial retirement gap 

How are older Americans spending their stimulus checks? 

We want to retire in a mild-weather spot near the ocean and a top cancer hospital — where should we go? 

Before you move to a new town in retirement, check the local Walmart — and 5 other hard-learned lessons

A revolutionary ‘gray army’ of older workers is fighting our youth-obsessed culture — and we’ll all benefit if they win 

‘Why go back to the U.S.?’ This divorced retiree left L.A. for Mexico — where he found love and halved his cost of living 

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