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2014/09/18 21:57
2014/09/18 21:57
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The United States is enjoying one of the best stock market surges in its history. But the phenomenal gains in recent years are going mostly to white, college-educated individuals who are already...
2014/09/18 21:57
2014/09/18 21:57
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2014/09/18 18:04
2014/09/18 18:04
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Largest Expense for Most Senior Citizens is Maintaining a Home Health care cost is number two for older Americans, reports new study...health care expenses can be heavily skewed towards the end of...
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2014/09/18 15:16
2014/09/18 15:16
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Our daily roundup of retirement news your clients may be thinking about. Retirees who want to invest a portion of their cash holdings may consider short-term bond funds instead of money markets,...
2014/09/13 14:48
2014/09/13 14:48
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Many firms that seek to increase employee motivation and tenure are able to do so by rewarding their workers with shares of company stock. This method of compensation can benefit both employees and...
2014/09/10 15:17
2014/09/10 15:17
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GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Great-West Financial,® which recently completed its acquisition of the J.P. Morgan Retirement Plan Services large-market recordkeeping business and is...
2014/09/10 13:15
2014/09/10 13:15
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Is a Health Savings Account an IRA in Disguise? For healthy people with a neat row of financial ducks and plenty of cash, health savings accounts, or HSAs, could be a retirement gift from the tax...
2014/09/10 03:54
2014/09/10 03:54
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... TODAY) -- Health care costs are a big concern for people going into retirement, but the costs of long-term care can still be a shock. Here are a few facts: • 70% of people over 65 will need...
2014/09/08 04:03
2014/09/08 04:03
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Forget the big number you’re aiming for in your 401(k). The retirement savings industry wants you to instead think about the monthly paycheck the account can generate. In other words, the thinking...
2014/09/02 16:57
2014/09/02 16:57
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Robert Hopkins, regional executive at the Little Rock Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, minced no words in a May 9 guest column on the Democrat-Gazette’s Voices page, writes Eric...
2014/09/02 10:15
2014/09/02 10:15
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Dallas Salisbury spends the better part of his time at work researching the probabilities of retirement success for American workers. So when Salisbury, the chief executive of the Washington,...
2014/08/31 15:19
2014/08/31 15:19
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Forty years after President Gerald Ford signed the first comprehensive pension reform bill into law, the Employee Retirement Income Security Act has produced successes and failures. The impetus for...
2014/08/27 13:27
2014/08/27 13:27
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Although you might anticipate needing less in retirement, it doesn't do to calculate figures too conservatively. "You can never save too much," Stifler said. "Err on the side of saving more than you...
2014/08/25 04:33
2014/08/25 04:33
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Ever wonder how much home you can afford, if there’s room in your budget for a new car or how big of a nest egg you need to retire? The answers to these questions are rarely exact, but an abundance...
2014/08/18 19:18
2014/08/18 19:18
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The survey, published Monday, broke down retirement savings by age group. 14 percent of people ages 65 and up had no retirement savings; 26 percent of the 50 to 64 age group; 33 percent of those 30 to...
2014/08/18 18:32
2014/08/18 18:32
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A lot of folks have empty nest eggs. A third of people (36%) in the U.S. have nothing saved for retirement, a new survey shows. In fact, 14% of people ages 65 and older have no retirement savings;...
2014/08/18 10:30
2014/08/18 10:30
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A lot of folks have empty nest eggs. A third of people (36%) in the U.S. have nothing saved for retirement, a new survey shows. In fact, 14% of people ages 65 and older have no retirement savings;...
2014/08/16 10:08
2014/08/16 10:08
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Each week, KHN compiles a selection of recently released health policy studies and briefs. GAO: Medicare Program Integrity: Increased Oversight And Guidance Could Improve Effectiveness And Efficiency...
2014/08/14 14:50
2014/08/14 14:50
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Not long ago, retirement followed a predictable path: collect a pension and enjoy leisure time. These days, the predictable path has gone the way of pensions, and a host of professionals want to help...
2014/09/18 21:57
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