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Billionaire Jack Ma says he will go back to teaching when he retires from Alibaba this September

According to Forbes, Jack Ma is the richest man in China with a net worth of US$34.6 billion (S$47.6 billion).

3 financial decisions that will make it harder to retire

The first costs to cut for retirement are your debt, housing, and car. If you choose to spend more, it could make it harder to save for retirement.
An estimated 1.5 million Americans live in Mexico.

There are 1.5 million Americans living in Mexico — here are 8 things Americans wished they’d known before they moved

Take it from people who made the move — if you're thinking of packing up for Mexico, there are a few things you should know first.

3 expenses to avoid if you want to retire in 10 years

If you want to retire in 10 years, it's smart to keep saving — but you'll also want to turn a sharp eye to your expenses.
Many Gen Xers who expect to retire before age 75 are behind on their retirement savings.

A wealth manager says Gen Xers should focus on a 2-part strategy to retire on time

Wealth manager Megan Gorman recommends Gen Xers who are falling behind save in a retirement plan and contribute to a health savings account.

5 things to do by 50 to make sure you can retire when you want

Wondering how to prepare for retirement? By 50, you want to be maxing out your retirement accounts, paying off your debt, and streamlining expenses.
Retirees often need to cover dental services on their own.

4 healthcare costs in retirement no one warns you about

Healthcare in retirement can be overwhelming. A few big out-of-pocket costs include vision, hearing, dental services, and prescriptions.
Once you know the questions to ask, finding the answer is easier than you think.

I’m a financial planner — here are the 5 most important questions about money you should be asking yourself

As a certified financial planner, I've seen how hard it is find answers to your money questions. But it's not as hard as you think.
Deciding when to take Social Security depends on several factors.

Here’s exactly how much more money you get each year you delay taking Social Security

If you take Social Security after your full retirement age of 66 or 67, your monthly benefit will increase by up to 8% each year until age 70.
Brian Face,CFP, CRPC, weighed in on the best way to start saving for retirement.

A financial planner says the best way to save for retirement depends on your answers to 2 questions

The best way to save for retirement isn't necessarily the same for everyone. We spoke with a CFP to get some advice about the best ways to start.