Alessandra Malito, Moneyish

Alessandra Malito

Moneyish

Mountain View, CA, United States

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Recent:
  • Moneyish
Past:
  • Barron's
  • New York Post
  • realtor.com

Recent articles by Alessandra:

This is the COLA Social Security beneficiaries may get next year – but don’t forget about inflation effects

A jump in the cost-of-living adjustment is only half the story → Read More

Spring clean your home – for your sanity and your future retirement

Jettisoning your old stuff can help others and help you envision your next steps → Read More

The Fed raised interest rates – what to do now with your retirement portfolio

The Fed raised interest rates – what to do now with your retirement portfolio → Read More

A financial hardship could have you taking money out of your IRA or 401(k) – but you may pay the price

Americans may view their retirement accounts as more liquid than they should → Read More

What moms should know about retirement savings

Different circumstances for mothers could put them at a disadvantage in their old age → Read More

Grief can come from positive memories – and what else you might not know about this difficult emotion

How to make sense of grief, even if you never ‘get over it’ → Read More

A 401(k) that's 20% crypto? Labor Department will likely ‘pressure’ Fidelity to lower that limit, analyst says.

The Department of Labor has ‘grave concerns’ with the investment firm’s decision to include bitcoin in retirement plans: WSJ → Read More

Even wealthy women worry about money a lot of the time

More than half of women worry about finances at multiple points throughout the month → Read More

Bitcoin in your 401(k)? Fidelity just introduced it as an option – when it makes sense, and when it doesn’t

The investment firm set a limit at 20% for digital assets, though employers can lower that for their plan participants if they want → Read More

Here’s when you should choose a Roth IRA over a traditional account

Roth accounts can be a great way to pay less in taxes – if you distribute the money properly → Read More

One in four Black and Latino older adults have experienced discrimination in healthcare

There may be ways to improve these outcomes, research says → Read More

When a traditional IRA makes sense over a Roth account

IRAs are powerful tools, and should be used to your advantage for retirement savings → Read More

A retired nurse lost $43,000 to bitcoin

The New York woman didn’t lose the money from poor investments, but rather a scam → Read More

Gas is going up, but this is how inflation really hurts older Americans

Seniors feel the pain of higher food and gas prices → Read More

I’ll be 71 this year and my wife will be 63 – how should we claim our Social Security benefits?

Have a question about your own retirement? Email us at HelpMeRetire@marketwatch.com → Read More

Retired? Here’s when you don’t have to file your taxes – and when you do

Find out if you need to file – missteps can be expensive → Read More

100-year-old National Park Service ranger, and a file clerk during World War II, retires

Betty Reid Soskin has been sharing her and others’ stories about working on the home front → Read More

Bruce Willis is ‘stepping away’ from acting in light of his aphasia diagnosis

The ‘Die Hard’ and ‘Moonlighting’ actor recently turned 67. → Read More

April 1 is a big required minimum distribution deadline – if you need to make a withdrawal, do so now

April 1 is the last day for Americans to begin receiving their 2021 required minimum distributions without penalty – if you’re mandated to take a withdrawal, don’t wait. Retirees who turned 72 in the last half of 2021 have until April 1 to take their required minimum distributions (or RMDs) from their workplace retirement accounts, such as 401(k), 403(b) and 457(b) plans, and traditional IRAs,… → Read More

The Secure Act 2.0 may be coming – Americans’ retirement security is top of mind for Congress this year, experts say

Americans of all ages are worried about their retirement prospects → Read More