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Heading back to work after retiring? That cash may impact the rest of your financial life

[ad_1] Image Source | Getty Images It’s not uncommon to want to return to work after retiring. Whether for financial reasons or personal fulfillment, many older Americans find that retirement isn’t working for them. Yet before you make the leap, it’s worth considering how that extra income could affect other parts of your financial life.

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As ‘buy now, pay later’ apps become more popular, proceed with caution

[ad_1] Tom Werner | DigitalVision | Getty Images Retailers are making it easier than ever to make purchases with “buy now, pay later” loans. Also known as point-of-sale installment loans, they are a type of short-term financing that allow you to divide your purchases into monthly installments. Services that offer them, like Affirm, Klarna, Afterpay

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Early signs that you have a spending problem, and what to do about it

[ad_1] Pedestrians wearing protective masks carry shopping bags in San Francisco, California, on Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2021. David Paul Morris | Bloomberg | Getty Images For many Americans, the post-pandemic normal is exciting. After more than a year stuck inside and forgoing travel, entertainment and more to curb the spread of Covid-19, many people are

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Required IRA, 401(k) withdrawals would start at age 75 under congressional proposal. Here’s who would benefit

[ad_1] Anchiy | E+ | Getty Images The age when older Americans must start making withdrawals from retirement accounts could change yet again. Under a provision in proposed retirement legislation pending in Congress, required minimum distributions, or RMDs, would start at age 75 by 2032, up from age 72 — which only took effect last

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