Alessandra Malito, Moneyish

Alessandra Malito


Mountain View, CA, United States

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Past articles by Alessandra:

Nikki Haley wants to raise Social Security’s full retirement age — what you need to know about the FRA now

The Republican candidate didn’t say what age full retirement age should be → Read More

I’ll be 60, have $95,000 in cash and no debts — I think I can retire, but financial seminars ‘say otherwise’

Have a question about your own retirement savings? Email us at → Read More

Hit with that extra premium for Medicare? Here’s when you can drop it.

You can appeal the income-related surcharge if your circumstances change. → Read More

This is how much money Americans lose as unpaid family caregivers

Unpaid family caregivers take on day-to-day responsibilities, and also spend their own money to help older loved ones → Read More

‘I don’t think I can wait until 70’: Should I wait or claim Social Security now?

Have a question about your own retirement savings? Email us at → Read More

I’m 66, we have more than $2 million, I just want to golf – can I retire?

Have a question about your own retirement savings? Email us at → Read More

Celebrate this ‘savings week’ by opening an IRA — even if you only put in $10

A few dollars today can be thousands in the decades to come → Read More

I’m 73 and will only have my 401(k) after retiring. How do I make it last?

Have a question about your own retirement savings? Email us at → Read More

We’re in our 60s and have lost $250,000 in our 401(k) plans — can we still retire?

Have a question about your own retirement savings? Email us at → Read More

Here’s what Pink’s 11-year-old daughter should do with her ‘minimum wage’ job

This strategy ‘will pay off in a very big way one day’ → Read More

These investors think you need $3 million to retire at least — do you?

Some people think they need $3 million to $5 million saved to retire comfortably — at least according to more than 500 investors surveyed by Bloomberg. Retirement Tip of the Week: Don’t go by surveys or general rules of thumb to decide how much you need to retire. Do your own analysis and connect with a professional if necessary. Many workers stress over the “right” number to save for… → Read More

At 55 years old, I will have worked for 30 years — what are the pros and cons of retiring at that age?

Have a question about your own retirement savings? Email us at → Read More

Are mental-competency tests for older politicians ageist?

Nikki Haley called for 'mandatory mental-competency tests' during her presidential campaign announcement. → Read More

Love your partner enough to plan for the worst with (or without) them

Love doesn’t have to be romantic – sometimes, the most practical endeavor shows how much you truly care about another person. Retirement Tip of the Week: Make sure the people you love the most are taken care of if you’re not there, and get all of your estate plans in order. An unexpected event like a sickness or accident can change a family forever. When that happens, having a solid estate plan… → Read More

Bernie Sanders’s plan for Social Security would keep program funded for 75 years

The Social Security trust fund is expected to be depleted by 2035, which could lead to benefit cuts unless Congress acts to shore up the program. → Read More

What’s the secret to happiness? What makes you proud? The answers may surprise you.

Earning a lot of money or winning awards are certainly cause for celebration but what will make people genuinely happy is having strong relationships with family and friends. That’s what Robert Waldinger, co-author of “The Good Life: Lessons from the World’s Longest Scientific Study of Happiness,” found. Waldinger is director of the Harvard Study of Adult Development, a study of happiness first… → Read More

Why it’s so hard for Black Americans to save for retirement

Wage disparities, lower rates of homeownership and other factors are making it harder for people of color to save for their post-working lives. → Read More

ETFs are cost-effective and easily available – when should they be in your retirement plan?

Hand-picking investments for retirement portfolios isn’t for everyone → Read More

Priscilla Presley contests Lisa Marie’s will excluding her, says signature is ‘inconsistent’

The only daughter of Elvis Presley removed her mother and manager from her will in 2016 → Read More

Don't have a 401(k)? This is the retirement program your state may adopt

Auto-IRA plans are championing retirement security for workers without access to a 401(k) → Read More