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2014/04/16 21:18
2014/04/16 21:18
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The new post-Great Recession economy has taken its toll on retirees, as well as those of us looking forward to retirement in the near future. Unfortunately, there’s something of a reality gap between...
2014/04/16 21:18
2014/04/16 21:18
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2014/04/15 23:16
2014/04/15 23:16
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... Binghamton) Stringing a guitar in the Music City front counter in Vestal, 26-year-old Ryan Nickerson said he doesn't think much at all about saving. "I'd be surprised having money set aside to...
2014/04/12 10:34
2014/04/12 10:34
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Through the years, Congress introduced changes such as the delayed retirement credit, which now raises the benefit by 8 percent per year between the full retirement age of 66 and age 70.�At this point...
2014/04/12 09:36
2014/04/12 09:36
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By Robert England President Obama wants to limit America's retirement benefits.In his State of the Union address, Obama indicated he will include in his 2015 budget proposal in March plans to limit...
2014/04/11 19:26
2014/04/11 19:26
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If you’re a woman who owns a small business, you have plenty of company. Women own more than 10 million U.S. companies, and women-owned businesses account for about 40 percent of all privately held...
2014/04/09 19:46
2014/04/09 19:46
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Workers' confidence in their ability to fund retirement is rebounding, according to a recent survey by the Employee Benefit Research Institute. A positive uptick in confidence is a step in the right...
2014/04/07 20:42
2014/04/07 20:42
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More than one-third of workers (36 percent) have only $1,000 saved for their later years, according to a new study by the Employee Benefit Research Institute last month. Six of 10 workers report they...
2014/04/04 14:17
2014/04/04 14:17
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Can Future Hubby's Creditors Filch My Nest Egg? Dear Liz, I may be getting married. I'm 63, and he's 62. I need to protect my 401(k) and IRA from creditors because I can't re-earn that money! If I...
2014/04/03 14:08
2014/04/03 14:08
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McClatchy reports on this trend. Among American workers, employer-provided retiree coverage has dropped from 29 percent in 1997 to 17.7 percent in 2010. Once a mainstay of blue-collar and government...
2014/04/02 21:56
2014/04/02 21:56
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Ray’s Take The very best friend a young investor has is time. Someone who puts $4,000 per year into retirement accounts starting at age 22 could have $1 million by age 62, assuming an 8 percent...
2014/04/01 23:58
2014/04/01 23:58
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ALTOONA, Pa. -- Throughout a bitter winter, burly linemen gathered at daybreak round tiny fire pits on a street in front of where they’ve clocked in to work for years. In good weather and bad,...
2014/04/01 21:38
2014/04/01 21:38
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By Robert England President Obama wants to limit America's retirement benefits.In his State of the Union address, Obama indicated he will include in his 2015 budget proposal in March plans to limit...
2014/03/31 21:19
2014/03/31 21:19
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Blackonomics: The Cost of Getting Old By James Clingman NNPA Columnist We are at a critical stage in the economy when “more than one-third of workers (36%) have a measly $1,000 saved for their...
2014/03/31 20:56
2014/03/31 20:56
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Photo Gallery: EBSA Talks Retirement Readiness, Washington, D.C. (April 16, 2012) Images include: Assistant Secretary Phyllis C. Borzi addressing The Catholic University of America law school's...
2014/03/31 16:03
2014/03/31 16:03
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By Laura Rogers Social Security District Manager in Staten Island, NY Spring is officially here. Before you get started with your spring cleaning, perhaps another matter deserves some dusting...
2014/03/29 09:08
2014/03/29 09:08
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Each week, KHN compiles a selection of recently released health policy studies and briefs. JAMA: Association Of Distance From A Transplant Center With Access To Waitlist Placement, Receipt Of Liver...
2014/03/29 01:42
2014/03/29 01:42
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By Colleen Oakley When Ivy Simon, a 39-year-old from Chapel Hill, N.C., wanted to buy her first house in 2006, she borrowed $50,000 from her 401(k) for a down payment. She paid back her loan easily,...
2014/03/26 16:49
2014/03/26 16:49
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Two things happened recently that made me think about taxes and retirement saving. First, my husband and I prepared our taxes and for the first time had to take money out of a tax-deferred plan and...
2014/03/26 16:27
2014/03/26 16:27
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Most (83%) people say their savings falls short of the recommended amount, while 60% say they need to save more if they hope to retire comfortably, the survey found. The new data come on the heels of...
2014/03/22 08:31
2014/03/22 08:31
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The following editorial appeared recently in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. More Americans are confident they have enough money saved for retirement, but too many still can't afford to feel that...
2014/04/16 21:18
2014/04/16 21:18
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