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2015/01/30 14:52
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A Health Savings Account (HSA) is a tax-exempt account used to pay for health care expenses. Ideally, the account allows an individual to monitor and better manage health care services. A separate...
2015/01/30 14:52
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2015/01/29 19:49
2015/01/29 19:49
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Wait. That’s our savings balance? The Great Recession may be officially over, but American families’ finances have not recovered. The majority of American households (70%) face “financial strains”...
2015/01/29 18:53
2015/01/29 18:53
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More older families are taking on debt and many are taking on more debt than they should. A report from the Employee Benefit Research Institute shows that 65.4 percent of families headed by someone...
2015/01/24 17:27
2015/01/24 17:27
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Consider the source for almost all of the headlines and research conducted by the financial services companies. They could work with the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI) on an annual...
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2015/01/20 10:49
2015/01/20 10:49
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In October, Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen said she's 'greatly' concerned by the existence of inequality between those at the very top compared with the stagnant living standards of the...
2015/01/15 17:20
2015/01/15 17:20
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Dallas Salisbury, the first and only head of the Employee Benefit Research Institute since the organization was launched in 1978, will relinquish that position at the end of 2015 and become EBRI's...
2015/01/15 16:15
2015/01/15 16:15
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Our daily roundup of retirement news your clients may be thinking about. Forty years after it was launched, the IRA has turned into a major retirement vehicle for Americans, but the account is no...
2015/01/08 20:19
2015/01/08 20:19
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Although health insurance costs have not exploded under the Affordable Care Act, as many critics said would happen, the law hasn't provided much relief to American workers either, according to a new...
2015/01/07 17:10
2015/01/07 17:10
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By Leslie Kramer Many workers are tempted to withdraw money from their retirement accounts when holding debt they want to pay down. Others cash out their retirement funds when changing jobs, rather...
2015/01/06 14:03
2015/01/06 14:03
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Updated: Tuesday, January 6 2015, 08:59 AM ESTUNDATED (CBS News) -- Many surveys have found boomers saying they want to keep working in their retirement years, but there's been much handwringing about...
2015/01/02 05:24
2015/01/02 05:24
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Don’t let 2015 be another year of empty resolutions The snickering because of your holiday sweater has ceased, the presents have been opened and the decorations have been stored away for another...
2015/01/01 21:34
2015/01/01 21:34
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The Standard & Poor's 500 closed 2014 with an annual gain of about 11 percent. Though that's well short of the almost 30 percent gain posted in 2013 by the broad indicator of stock market performance,...
2014/12/31 21:50
2014/12/31 21:50
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Welcome to 2015. Please note: This is not your father’s retirement. If you’re retired or moving quickly in that direction, here are some trends that will shape the rest of your life. The United...
2014/12/29 10:49
2014/12/29 10:49
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Just climb out from under a rock? No worries, we got you covered, so to speak. Here’s a look back at some of the major retirement-related news that occurred in 2014. In January, the federal...
2015/01/30 14:52
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