The oldest Baby Boomers turn 67 this year. The rest of the generation are not far behind. For those looking to retire in 2013, what are some important things to keep in mind? Predictably, the advice is tried and true: make sure you are vested in your retirement benefits; strategize about when to claim Social Security; sign up for Medicare on time; and more. What’s not on the list but should be? Get yourself a good financial advisor. It never hurts.
The IAIS is looking at implementation timelines, and replacing in-person events with conference calls.
Ryan Krueger sees the base case being more like a terrible seasonal flu than like the 1918 pandemic.
While one of those steps have been achieved already, more work needs to be done on the others, he says.
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