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From MarketWatch:

How can you keep up with the cost of prescriptions? Here are some ways to save: Prescriptions and other medical expenses can be daunting. Here are a few ways to save yourself, and your budget. 

This legislation could help you save more for retirement, balance your student loans, find lost 401(k) plans – and more: The Senate just approved another proposal focused on retirement security, making it appear as though Congress is likely to pass another retirement bill by the end of the year. 

What the Fed’s latest moves mean for you: The Federal Reserve announced it was increasing the federal funds rate, which will likely affect many consumers’ interest rates. Where do your finances stack up? 

Also on MarketWatch:

How do you know if you’re getting bad money advice

Paul McCartney: The 80-year-old Beatle roves that we can age gracefully 

My father died and I am looking for a tax-smart place for my inheritance

Here’s how much the average working boomer has saved for retirement

I’m 65 and know I need to exercise more – but I hate it. Here’s what I’m trying to turn it around. 

Meet the ‘unluckiest’ stock market investor of modern times 

Retirement accounts in the red? This simple strategy could be the key to keeping your cool 

More in retirement news:

Investors describe problems with new Thrift Savings Plan system (The Washington Post)

Rob Gronkowski Retired. Again (The New York Times

Big changes to 401(k) retirement plans get closer with Senate vote (Wall Street Journal

Want to do something about your ailing retirement savings? Don’t (Reuters)

Brad Pitt GQ cover: Actor discusses retirement, sobriety, smoking (USA Today)

Legendary film composer John Williams eyes retirement after scoring ‘Indiana Jones 5’ (Variety

Research and Insight:

Average US retirement savings is $168K, survey says – who’s ahead, who’s behind, and what assets should you depend on? (GOBankingRates

Study shows retirement regret over too much spending, too little planning (InvestmentNews)

Survey: 25% of Americans are delaying retirement due to inflation (The Denver Channel)

Do retirement warnings go too far? (Star Tribune)

Problem? Medicare rights center can fix it (Center for Retirement Research at Boston College)

To share with your family, friends and clients:

If you haven’t bought a new car lately, you’re in for a wild ride. Here are tips for shopping in this market. 

The stock market decline is undercutting retirement saving 

Why retiring this year could be a ‘worst-case’ scenario

Nearly one-third of older Americans have less than $10,000 saved for retirement

5 secrets to a better marriage 

I want to retire next year, but I have $25,000 in credit card debt and a major monthly mortgage payment – I also live with my three kids and ex 8 money lessons for the class of 2022

Russia to default for first time in a century as payment deadline looms

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