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What are the best Web sites on retirement?

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Unsurprisingly, AARP.org has built a vast library of retirement resources, calculators, articles and even video on topics ranging from Social Security distributions to long-term care insurance.

The U.S. government has entered the fray with the retirement section of MyMoney.gov, a publication of the U.S. Financial Literacy and Education Commission. The site is largely a compendium of links to other government Web sites, which can be helpful if you want to apply for Social Security benefits or learn which laws protect your benefits in the event of a job loss.

You might want to look at your broker's site too. The Web sites of some mutual fund families like Fidelity, Vanguard and T.Rowe Price contain a wealth of free resources, tools, calculators and information.

For serious, long-term thinking from investment pros, check out the monthly commentaries from leading bond investor Bill Gross at Pimco.com, strategist Michael Mauboussin's quirky newsletter about investment thinking and psychology at leggmason.com/funds and the online journal from asset-allocation expert Bill Bernstein at EfficientFrontier.comTo top of page

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