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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 2 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 4 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 5 days 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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USA Today
6 ways to have a happy retirementnumber report that they are “not at all satisfied” with their retirements, acco
6 ways to have a happy retirement
USA Today / Posted 6 days ago
number report that they are “not at all satisfied” with their retirements, according to research recently published by the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI). What’s more, the decrease in retirees saying they're very satisfied with... Read more
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Money Marketing Online
I owe me: Should savers be able to borrow from Lifetime Isas?some 87 per cent of occupational pension customers have the ability to borrow f
I owe me: Should savers be able to borrow from Lifetime Isas?
Money Marketing Online / Posted 6 days ago
some 87 per cent of occupational pension customers have the ability to borrow from their 401(k)s. The analysis, by the Employee Benefit Research Institute and the Investment Company Institute, shows that historically about a fifth of savers... Read more
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TribLIVE
Access to retirement plans varies widely across U.S., study findsworkers are very confident they will have enough money for a comfortable retire
Access to retirement plans varies widely across U.S., study finds
TribLIVE / Posted 6 days ago
workers are very confident they will have enough money for a comfortable retirement, according to a 2016 survey by the Employee Benefit Research Institute; 42 percent are somewhat confident and 19 percent are not at all... Read more
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Boston Globe
Americans have disparate access to retirement plansworkers are very confident they will have enough money for a comfortable retire
Americans have disparate access to retirement plans
Boston Globe / Posted 6 days ago
workers are very confident they will have enough money for a comfortable retirement, according to a 2016 survey by the Employee Benefit Research Institute; 42 percent are somewhat confident, and 19 percent are not at all... Read more
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The Alpena News
Americans have disparate access to retirement plansworkers are very confident they will have enough money for a comfortable retire
Americans have disparate access to retirement plans
The Alpena News / Posted 6 days ago
workers are very confident they will have enough money for a comfortable retirement, according to a 2016 survey by the Employee Benefit Research Institute; 42 percent are somewhat confident and 19 percent are not at all... Read more
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The Iron Mountain Daily News
Americans have disparate access to retirement plansworkers are very confident they will have enough money for a comfortable retire
Americans have disparate access to retirement plans
The Iron Mountain Daily News / Posted 7 days ago
workers are very confident they will have enough money for a comfortable retirement, according to a 2016 survey by the Employee Benefit Research Institute; 42 percent are somewhat confident and 19 percent are not at all... Read more
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CBS Dallas - Fort Worth
Americans Have Disparate Access To Retirement Plansworkers are very confident they will have enough money for a comfortable retire
Americans Have Disparate Access To Retirement Plans
CBS Dallas - Fort Worth / Posted 7 days ago
workers are very confident they will have enough money for a comfortable retirement, according to a 2016 survey by the Employee Benefit Research Institute; 42 percent are somewhat confident and 19 percent are not at all... Read more
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Crain's Detroit Business
Americans have disparate access to retirement plansworkers are very confident they will have enough money for a comfortable retire
Americans have disparate access to retirement plans
Crain's Detroit Business / Posted 7 days ago
workers are very confident they will have enough money for a comfortable retirement, according to a 2016 survey by the Employee Benefit Research Institute; 42 percent are somewhat confident and 19 percent are not at all... Read more
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Boston Herald
Americans have disparate access to retirement plansworkers are very confident they will have enough money for a comfortable retire
Americans have disparate access to retirement plans
Boston Herald / Posted 7 days ago
workers are very confident they will have enough money for a comfortable retirement, according to a 2016 survey by the Employee Benefit Research Institute; 42 percent are somewhat confident and 19 percent are not at all... Read more
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Bankrate.com
Super Savers: How They Turbocharged Their Retirement Savingsdate, Banks has built up a sizable nest egg -- well above the average of $68,68
Super Savers: How They Turbocharged Their Retirement Savings
Bankrate.com / Posted 7 days ago
date, Banks has built up a sizable nest egg -- well above the average of $68,683 for people age 45 to 49, according to the Employee Benefit Research Institute, which tracks IRA balances, as well as workplace retirement plans and trends. She saves... Read more
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Morningstar
Make Less Money, Take More Risk?their will, each year. (Millions is no exaggeration. Each year, 4 million Amer
Make Less Money, Take More Risk?
Morningstar / Posted 7 days ago
their will, each year. (Millions is no exaggeration. Each year, 4 million Americans retire. According to surveys from the Employee Benefit Research Institute, half these retirements are involuntary, occurring before the workers expect. For... Read more
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CBS News
​5 expenses that will change in retirementwhy nearly half of workers haven't attempted to calculate how much money they'l
​5 expenses that will change in retirement
CBS News / Posted 10 days ago
why nearly half of workers haven't attempted to calculate how much money they'll need for retirement, according to the Employee Benefit Research Institute. If that's you, you're missing out on potentially good news: Many people spend less... Read more
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Investopedia
5 Critical Steps to Take Before You Retireon for your children or grandchildren. Regardless of the type of debt, it is b
5 Critical Steps to Take Before You Retire
Investopedia / Posted 11 days ago
on for your children or grandchildren. Regardless of the type of debt, it is best to be rid of it. A 2015 study by the Employee Benefit Research Institute in Washington, D.C., found that Americans were retiring with an average debt load of... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
The scary reason so many people are working beyond 65retirees said stress was a strong or somewhat strong factor in their decision t
The scary reason so many people are working beyond 65
The Arizona Republic / Posted 11 days ago
retirees said stress was a strong or somewhat strong factor in their decision to retire. That could help explain why the Employee Benefit Research Institute has consistently found in its surveys that a significant number of people retire sooner... Read more
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USA Today
Domestic abuse can become financial abuseSocial Security deductions) than have single men and women, according to this y
Domestic abuse can become financial abuse
USA Today / Posted 11 days ago
Social Security deductions) than have single men and women, according to this year's Retirement Confidence Survey from the Employee Benefit Research Institute. Spouses also are more likely to have Individual Retirement Accounts and workplace 401(k)... Read more
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WLTX-TV Columbia
The scary reason so many people are working beyond 65retirees said stress was a strong or somewhat strong factor in their decision t
The scary reason so many people are working beyond 65
WLTX-TV Columbia / Posted 11 days ago
retirees said stress was a strong or somewhat strong factor in their decision to retire. That could help explain why the Employee Benefit Research Institute has consistently found in its surveys that a significant number of people retire sooner... Read more
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WLBZ Bangor
The scary reason so many people are working beyond 65retirees said stress was a strong or somewhat strong factor in their decision t
The scary reason so many people are working beyond 65
WLBZ Bangor / Posted 11 days ago
retirees said stress was a strong or somewhat strong factor in their decision to retire. That could help explain why the Employee Benefit Research Institute has consistently found in its surveys that a significant number of people retire sooner... Read more
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13 WMAZ Macon
The scary reason so many people are working beyond 65retirees said stress was a strong or somewhat strong factor in their decision t
The scary reason so many people are working beyond 65
13 WMAZ Macon / Posted 11 days ago
retirees said stress was a strong or somewhat strong factor in their decision to retire. That could help explain why the Employee Benefit Research Institute has consistently found in its surveys that a significant number of people retire sooner... Read more
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WZZM 13 Grand Rapids
The scary reason so many people are working beyond 65retirees said stress was a strong or somewhat strong factor in their decision t
The scary reason so many people are working beyond 65
WZZM 13 Grand Rapids / Posted 11 days ago
retirees said stress was a strong or somewhat strong factor in their decision to retire. That could help explain why the Employee Benefit Research Institute has consistently found in its surveys that a significant number of people retire sooner... Read more
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KTHV Little Rock
The scary reason so many people are working beyond 65retirees said stress was a strong or somewhat strong factor in their decision t
The scary reason so many people are working beyond 65
KTHV Little Rock / Posted 11 days ago
retirees said stress was a strong or somewhat strong factor in their decision to retire. That could help explain why the Employee Benefit Research Institute has consistently found in its surveys that a significant number of people retire sooner... Read more
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NorthWest Cable News
The scary reason so many people are working beyond 65retirees said stress was a strong or somewhat strong factor in their decision t
The scary reason so many people are working beyond 65
NorthWest Cable News / Posted 11 days ago
retirees said stress was a strong or somewhat strong factor in their decision to retire. That could help explain why the Employee Benefit Research Institute has consistently found in its surveys that a significant number of people retire sooner... Read more
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KGW Channel 8 Portland
The scary reason so many people are working beyond 65retirees said stress was a strong or somewhat strong factor in their decision t
The scary reason so many people are working beyond 65
KGW Channel 8 Portland / Posted 11 days ago
retirees said stress was a strong or somewhat strong factor in their decision to retire. That could help explain why the Employee Benefit Research Institute has consistently found in its surveys that a significant number of people retire sooner... Read more
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KENS 5 San Antonio
The scary reason so many people are working beyond 65retirees said stress was a strong or somewhat strong factor in their decision t
The scary reason so many people are working beyond 65
KENS 5 San Antonio / Posted 11 days ago
retirees said stress was a strong or somewhat strong factor in their decision to retire. That could help explain why the Employee Benefit Research Institute has consistently found in its surveys that a significant number of people retire sooner... Read more
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KTVB Boise
The scary reason so many people are working beyond 65retirees said stress was a strong or somewhat strong factor in their decision t
The scary reason so many people are working beyond 65
KTVB Boise / Posted 11 days ago
retirees said stress was a strong or somewhat strong factor in their decision to retire. That could help explain why the Employee Benefit Research Institute has consistently found in its surveys that a significant number of people retire sooner... Read more
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5KSDK St. Louis
The scary reason so many people are working beyond 65retirees said stress was a strong or somewhat strong factor in their decision t
The scary reason so many people are working beyond 65
5KSDK St. Louis / Posted 11 days ago
retirees said stress was a strong or somewhat strong factor in their decision to retire. That could help explain why the Employee Benefit Research Institute has consistently found in its surveys that a significant number of people retire sooner... Read more
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WGRZ-TV Buffalo
The scary reason so many people are working beyond 65retirees said stress was a strong or somewhat strong factor in their decision t
The scary reason so many people are working beyond 65
WGRZ-TV Buffalo / Posted 11 days ago
retirees said stress was a strong or somewhat strong factor in their decision to retire. That could help explain why the Employee Benefit Research Institute has consistently found in its surveys that a significant number of people retire sooner... Read more
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KREM.com Spokane
The scary reason so many people are working beyond 65retirees said stress was a strong or somewhat strong factor in their decision t
The scary reason so many people are working beyond 65
KREM.com Spokane / Posted 11 days ago
retirees said stress was a strong or somewhat strong factor in their decision to retire. That could help explain why the Employee Benefit Research Institute has consistently found in its surveys that a significant number of people retire sooner... Read more
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KVUE-TV Austin
The scary reason so many people are working beyond 65retirees said stress was a strong or somewhat strong factor in their decision t
The scary reason so many people are working beyond 65
KVUE-TV Austin / Posted 11 days ago
retirees said stress was a strong or somewhat strong factor in their decision to retire. That could help explain why the Employee Benefit Research Institute has consistently found in its surveys that a significant number of people retire sooner... Read more
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WCSH 6 Portland
The scary reason so many people are working beyond 65retirees said stress was a strong or somewhat strong factor in their decision t
The scary reason so many people are working beyond 65
WCSH 6 Portland / Posted 11 days ago
retirees said stress was a strong or somewhat strong factor in their decision to retire. That could help explain why the Employee Benefit Research Institute has consistently found in its surveys that a significant number of people retire sooner... Read more
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WCNC Charlotte
The scary reason so many people are working beyond 65retirees said stress was a strong or somewhat strong factor in their decision t
The scary reason so many people are working beyond 65
WCNC Charlotte / Posted 11 days ago
retirees said stress was a strong or somewhat strong factor in their decision to retire. That could help explain why the Employee Benefit Research Institute has consistently found in its surveys that a significant number of people retire sooner... Read more
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WXIA-TV Atlanta
The scary reason so many people are working beyond 65retirees said stress was a strong or somewhat strong factor in their decision t
The scary reason so many people are working beyond 65
WXIA-TV Atlanta / Posted 11 days ago
retirees said stress was a strong or somewhat strong factor in their decision to retire. That could help explain why the Employee Benefit Research Institute has consistently found in its surveys that a significant number of people retire sooner... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
The scary reason so many people are working beyond 65retirees said stress was a strong or somewhat strong factor in their decision t
The scary reason so many people are working beyond 65
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted 11 days ago
retirees said stress was a strong or somewhat strong factor in their decision to retire. That could help explain why the Employee Benefit Research Institute has consistently found in its surveys that a significant number of people retire sooner... Read more
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USA Today
The scary reason so many people are working beyond 65retirees said stress was a strong or somewhat strong factor in their decision t
The scary reason so many people are working beyond 65
USA Today / Posted 11 days ago
retirees said stress was a strong or somewhat strong factor in their decision to retire. That could help explain why the Employee Benefit Research Institute has consistently found in its surveys that a significant number of people retire sooner... Read more
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Market Watch
This is No. 1 financial regret of older Americansmore, waiting to save only exacerbates the problem of our already paltry nest e
This is No. 1 financial regret of older Americans
Market Watch / Posted 14 days ago
more, waiting to save only exacerbates the problem of our already paltry nest eggs: According to 2015 data from the Employee Benefit Research Institute, fully 28% of workers say they have less than $1,000 saved and 17% have between $1,000... Read more
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Market Watch
The inventor of the 401(k) says he created a ‘monster’to think 401(k)s might not be the right thing. He’d created “a monster” that sh
The inventor of the 401(k) says he created a ‘monster’
Market Watch / Posted 15 days ago
to think 401(k)s might not be the right thing. He’d created “a monster” that should be “blown up,” Benna lamented in 2011. Employee Benefit Research Institute. The plans had grown so overcomplicated and so fraught with hidden fees and... Read more
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FOX Business
The Scary Reason So Many People Are Working Beyond 65retirees said stress was a strong or somewhat strong factor in their decision t
The Scary Reason So Many People Are Working Beyond 65
FOX Business / Posted 16 days ago
retirees said stress was a strong or somewhat strong factor in their decision to retire. That could help explain why the Employee Benefit Research Institute has consistently found in its surveys that a significant number of people retire sooner... Read more
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FOX Business
The Scary Reason So Many People Are Working Beyond 65retirees said stress was a strong or somewhat strong factor in their decision t
The Scary Reason So Many People Are Working Beyond 65
FOX Business / Posted 16 days ago
retirees said stress was a strong or somewhat strong factor in their decision to retire. That could help explain why the Employee Benefit Research Institute has consistently found in its surveys that a significant number of people retire sooner... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Heed the signs: Spousal abuse can lead to financial abuseSocial Security deductions) than have single men and women, according to this y
Heed the signs: Spousal abuse can lead to financial abuse
The Arizona Republic / Posted 16 days ago
Social Security deductions) than have single men and women, according to this year's Retirement Confidence Survey from the Employee Benefit Research Institute. Spouses also are more likely to have Individual Retirement Accounts and workplace 401(k)... Read more
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MPNnow.com
Baby boomers blooming in Ontario Countymoney in retirement is another concern for seniors. According to a 2015 Retirem
Baby boomers blooming in Ontario County
MPNnow.com / Posted 17 days ago
money in retirement is another concern for seniors. According to a 2015 Retirement Confidence Survey conducted by the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI), 28 percent of workers say they have less than $1,000 in savings and investments... Read more
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Newsmax
'I'll Never Retire': Americans Break Record for Working Past 65hard to explain why Americans might be enjoying their golden years less, but th
'I'll Never Retire': Americans Break Record for Working Past 65
Newsmax / Posted 18 days ago
hard to explain why Americans might be enjoying their golden years less, but that's what a study last month by the Employee Benefit Research Institute found. Maybe it's self-perpetuating, a result of peer pressure. It has become... Read more
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Providence Business News
‘I’ll never retire’: Americans break record for working past 65hard to explain why Americans might be enjoying their golden years less, but th
‘I’ll never retire’: Americans break record for working past 65
Providence Business News / Posted 18 days ago
hard to explain why Americans might be enjoying their golden years less, but that’s what a study last month by the Employee Benefit Research Institute found. Maybe it’s self-perpetuating, a result of peer pressure. It has become... Read more
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Investopedia
Just How Little Have Americans Saved for Retirement?can negatively impact not only your financial health but your sense of optimism
Just How Little Have Americans Saved for Retirement?
Investopedia / Posted 18 days ago
can negatively impact not only your financial health but your sense of optimism about the future. According to a recent Employee Benefit Research Institute study, 61% of Americans do not feel very confident about their retirements. Here's more... Read more
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Investopedia
5 Lessons That Athletes Can Teach Investorsyou fail to prepare, you’re prepared to fail.” According to the 2015 Retirement
5 Lessons That Athletes Can Teach Investors
Investopedia / Posted 20 days ago
you fail to prepare, you’re prepared to fail.” According to the 2015 Retirement Confidence Survey conducted by the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI), only 58% of American workers are confident they will have enough money to retire... Read more
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Market Watch
Here’s some advice that college graduates won't hear in a commencement speechdreams and begin their careers. Today's college graduates enter a workforce th
Here’s some advice that college graduates won't hear in a commencement speech
Market Watch / Posted 21 days ago
dreams and begin their careers. Today's college graduates enter a workforce that is more mobile than ever before. The Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI) estimates that the average worker will change jobs at least 7.4 times during a... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
5 myths about retirement you need to knowpays most health care-related expenses, but retirees should have some money on
5 myths about retirement you need to know
The Arizona Republic / Posted 22 days ago
pays most health care-related expenses, but retirees should have some money on the side to handle other costs. The Employee Benefit Research Institute, in a recent update, offers savings guidelines based on probabilities. The group suggests... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
7 Pervasive Retirement Myths That Need to Be Put to Restthey'll simply stay at their jobs for another few years. However, this doesn't
7 Pervasive Retirement Myths That Need to Be Put to Rest
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 30 days ago
they'll simply stay at their jobs for another few years. However, this doesn't always work out as planned. A survey by the Employee Benefit Research Institute found that 49% of retirees left the workforce earlier then they had planned. The majority... Read more
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FOX Business
7 Pervasive Retirement Myths That Need to Be Put to Restthey'll simply stay at their jobs for another few years. However, this doesn't
7 Pervasive Retirement Myths That Need to Be Put to Rest
FOX Business / Posted 30 days ago
they'll simply stay at their jobs for another few years. However, this doesn't always work out as planned. A survey by the Employee Benefit Research Institute found that 49% of retirees left the workforce earlier then they had planned. The majority... Read more
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