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Jun 02 2020
Take the scenic route: Diversification on the road to retirement
Jun 22 2021
Three ways financial professionals are like personal trainers
Plenty of activities are “good for you,” but not always pleasant. Some of these habits also translate to retirement planning and investing.
Mar 08 2021
457 contribution limits for 2021
Employees of state and local governments can stash the same amount of money in their 457 plans in 2021 as last year. Plus, those who are 50 and older can make “catch-up” contributions.
May 28 2019
Retirement Account: Pros and Cons of Naming a Trust as a Beneficiary
Qualified retirement savings accounts are a great way to build a retirement nest egg. But what happens to the money in the account if the account holder passes away?
5 Year-End Strategies to Boost Your Retirement Savings
Mar 02 2020
Navigating market volatility with dollar cost averaging
As you are well aware by now, the stock market has had some volatility these past weeks. While these shifts can increase anxiety, here at Voya we know a few things for sure. No one can predict what the market will do and when.
Aug 02 2017
3 things to consider for making your retirement income last longer
Retiring on a fixed income is common—and it doesn’t have to be a burden. It just takes some planning, which is something you’ve been doing all along to make the most of the money you earn.
Apr 23 2019
Choosing between a defined benefit and defined contribution retirement plan
Spending & Budgeting
Nov 03 2020
3 steps you can take now to avoid holiday debt during the pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected many Americans and with the holidays quickly approaching, it's important to start thinking about how to avoid debt during the holidays and prepare in advance.
Jun 15 2021
4 Factors to finding your ideal retirement withdrawal rate
The amount of money you spend in retirement is a crucial factor in determining the type of lifestyle you will live. But it's also important for ensuring you don't run out of money.