By Alessandra Malito, MarketWatch
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More in retirement news:
‘Devastating’: Harry Potter fans react to Emma Watson retirement rumours ( The Independent )
How the CARES Act changed retirement plan distribution rules ( Forbes )
Woman built a tiny home to save for retirement and now owns a village ( Insider )
U.S. Retirement crisis hits Black Americans hard ( The Wall Street Journal )
Daft Punk announces retirement in new video ( NBC News )
Research and Insight:
How to save enough money for retirement ( Fox Business )
The best states for retirement in 2021 ( The New York Times )
Cash flexibility in retirement: Pros and cons of the TSP ( Federal News Network )
Want more tax-free retirement income? One man’s whole life decision ( Kiplinger )
4 Strategies to minimize your RMDs ( Forbes )
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