Money Magazine names best website for retirement planning

April 20, 2010 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology News
Evanston, Illinois-Money Magazine named the best retirement planning site on the web in its annual feature, "100 Best Money Moves You Can Make", published in the magazine's new May, 2010 edition.

Money's annual guide features the best stocks and funds, credit cards, career moves and retirement strategies. The magazine's editors wrote that "offers everything from health care news to Social Security guidance — even job-hunting advice for people unable or unwilling to ditch work completely." is a fast-growing online destination for Baby Boomers seeking news and resources on retirement. The site's focus is the reinvention of traditional retirement–how the baby boom generation is revising its approach to careers, money and lifestyle after age 50. The site covers financial planning, investing in 401(k)s, IRAs and Roth IRAs, health care, Medicare, Social Security, 50+ jobs, second careers and entrepreneurship.

RetirementRevised is published and edited by Mark Miller, author of Retire Smart, the weekly newspaper column syndicated by Tribune Media Services and appearing in over 30 papers and websites. In addition to Miller's columns, the site features articles written by a growing list of guest experts. RetirementRevised also features online video and guides to retirement planning, benefits, jobs and saving.

Miller is the author of The Hard Times Guide to Retirement Security: Practical Strategies for Money, Work and Living, which will be published in June 2010 by Bloomberg Press and John Wiley & Sons. Mark also writes regularly for The Huffington Post and CBS Moneywatch.

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