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CBS News
6 challenges to achieving retirement securityor low-income workers and are particularly vulnerable. Here's just one compell
6 challenges to achieving retirement security
CBS News / Posted 2 days ago
or low-income workers and are particularly vulnerable. Here's just one compelling example of the power of these plans: The Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI) projects that more than half (56 percent) of all moderate-income Gen-Xers who... Read more
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FOX Business
Social Security: 5 Reasons Not to File for Benefits at 67downsizing force many older Americans to leave their jobs earlier than they had
Social Security: 5 Reasons Not to File for Benefits at 67
FOX Business / Posted 6 days ago
downsizing force many older Americans to leave their jobs earlier than they had planned to. In fact, a survey by the Employee Benefit Research Institute found that 49% of retirees stopped working earlier than they planned. 61% of this group... Read more
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FOX Business
Social Security: 5 Reasons Not to File for Benefits at 67downsizing force many older Americans to leave their jobs earlier than they had
Social Security: 5 Reasons Not to File for Benefits at 67
FOX Business / Posted 6 days ago
downsizing force many older Americans to leave their jobs earlier than they had planned to. In fact, a survey by the Employee Benefit Research Institute found that 49% of retirees stopped working earlier than they planned. 61% of this group... Read more
5 related stories
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Financial Planning.com
How clients can guard against sequence riskenough to replace the amount of deferred benefits.--CBS Moneywatch How clients
How clients can guard against sequence risk
Financial Planning.com / Posted 11 days ago
enough to replace the amount of deferred benefits.--CBS Moneywatch How clients' 401(k) balances stack upAn analysis by the Employee Benefit Research Institute shows that the median balance for 401(k) account stood at $18,127 at the end of 2014,... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Survey Finds Retirement Works For Most Peoplethey had some form of defined benefit pension or annuity. These findings were
Survey Finds Retirement Works For Most People
Stamford Advocate / Posted 17 days ago
they had some form of defined benefit pension or annuity. These findings were echoed by a study earlier this year from the Employee Benefit Research Institute which found that nearly three-quarters of people in the highest asset quartile found... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Survey Finds Retirement Works For Most Peoplethey had some form of defined benefit pension or annuity. These findings were
Survey Finds Retirement Works For Most People
Connecticut Post / Posted 17 days ago
they had some form of defined benefit pension or annuity. These findings were echoed by a study earlier this year from the Employee Benefit Research Institute which found that nearly three-quarters of people in the highest asset quartile found... Read more
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Investopedia
Should You Really Sell Your House to Retire?confident they will have enough money to retire comfortably, according to the 2
Should You Really Sell Your House to Retire?
Investopedia / Posted 19 days ago
confident they will have enough money to retire comfortably, according to the 2016 Retirement Confidence Survey from the Employee Benefit Research Institute. For some, it’s a matter of being house rich and cash poor – a situation where you have... Read more
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Morningstar
Retirement: The Other Economic Gender Gapwomen to report having saved for retirement, and 44% of unmarried women have le
Retirement: The Other Economic Gender Gap
Morningstar / Posted 19 days ago
women to report having saved for retirement, and 44% of unmarried women have less than $1,000 saved, according to the Employee Benefit Research Institute (see chart). But Vanguard reports that women with incomes below $100,000 actually are... Read more
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Investopedia
Why Future Retirees Will Need Over $1 Million to Retirefor near-retirement households, which is a pretty scary number. The most recent
Why Future Retirees Will Need Over $1 Million to Retire
Investopedia / Posted 19 days ago
for near-retirement households, which is a pretty scary number. The most recent Retirement Confidence Survey from the Employee Benefit Research Institute found that 64% of workers admitted to being behind schedule on saving. By the same token... Read more
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NBC News
The 401(k) Mistakes That Could Cost You a Bundletheir family has less than $1,000 in savings and investments, according to the
The 401(k) Mistakes That Could Cost You a Bundle
NBC News / Posted 20 days ago
their family has less than $1,000 in savings and investments, according to the 2016 Retirement Confidence Survey from the Employee Benefit Research Institute and Greenwald & Associates. Only 14 percent said their family has set aside $250,000 or... Read more
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Roll Call
Time Is Not on Our Side: How to Get More Americans Saving for Retirementdefined contribution (DC) plan, which has become the foundation for retirement
Time Is Not on Our Side: How to Get More Americans Saving for Retirement
Roll Call / Posted 20 days ago
defined contribution (DC) plan, which has become the foundation for retirement savings in the U.S.1 Meanwhile, the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI) estimates Americans face more than a $4 trillion shortfall in what they need to... Read more
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Market Watch
Advice college graduates won't hear at commencement: ‘Strive for 25’accrued had the account been consolidated). Stranding accounts throughout your
Advice college graduates won't hear at commencement: ‘Strive for 25’
Market Watch / Posted 23 days ago
accrued had the account been consolidated). Stranding accounts throughout your working life can cost you a lot more. The Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI) estimates that the average American will change jobs at least 7.4 times during a... Read more
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Market Watch
Grads: How to save pennies now and retire richwill cost you a bundle in retirement — an estimated $158,00 to $259,000 for cou
Grads: How to save pennies now and retire rich
Market Watch / Posted 23 days ago
will cost you a bundle in retirement — an estimated $158,00 to $259,000 for couples in today’s dollars according to the Employee Benefit Research Institute. Consider setting money aside in accounts, such as a health-savings account (HSA), that... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
How to negotiate the medical bill maze in search of a better dealcosts in retirement. In reality, Medicare generally pays for about 60% of typic
How to negotiate the medical bill maze in search of a better deal
Los Angeles Times / Posted 28 days ago
costs in retirement. In reality, Medicare generally pays for about 60% of typical healthcare services, according to the Employee Benefit Research Institute. Fidelity Investments estimates the typical couple at age 65 can expect to spend $245,000... Read more
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Market Watch
3 smart strategies to finance your home in retirementretirement-income dollars will go toward funding their home and its associated
3 smart strategies to finance your home in retirement
Market Watch / Posted 30 days ago
retirement-income dollars will go toward funding their home and its associated costs. According to 2014 research from the Employee Benefit Research Institute, annual home-related expenses represent 43% of total spending for those age 75 and older.... Read more
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Morningstar
Fresh Approaches to Paying for Long-Term Careto cover a long-term care expense. Among workers 55 or older, just 30% have sav
Fresh Approaches to Paying for Long-Term Care
Morningstar / Posted a month ago
to cover a long-term care expense. Among workers 55 or older, just 30% have saved more than $250,000, according to the Employee Benefit Research Institute; 15% have between $100,000 and $249,000. But 33% have saved less than $25,000. Congress... Read more

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