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FOX News
Healthy? You'll spend more on health care in retirementThe healthier you are, the more money you need to save for health care in retir
Healthy? You'll spend more on health care in retirement
FOX News / Posted 18 hours ago
The healthier you are, the more money you need to save for health care in retirement. That’s the counterintuitive finding of new research by the Empower Institute, which is sponsored by Empower Retirement, a division of Great-West Financial that... Read more
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Investopedia
How To Make Sure Your Healthcare Costs Do Not Ruin Your RetirementUnforeseen events are bound to happen at any point in our lives. However, it’s
How To Make Sure Your Healthcare Costs Do Not Ruin Your Retirement
Investopedia / Posted 6 days ago
Unforeseen events are bound to happen at any point in our lives. However, it’s best to be prepared for them, especially when they occur at that very fragile point in our lives when we are living off of our retirement savings. In the U.S., life... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
TVA pension changes balance retiree, ratepayer needs, CEO saysTVA's top boss says he hears a lot of concerns about the utility's underfunded
TVA pension changes balance retiree, ratepayer needs, CEO says
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 9 days ago
TVA's top boss says he hears a lot of concerns about the utility's underfunded pension plan from not only his employees, but also from TVA customers and investors. While TVA's labor unions and employee representatives on the TVA Retirement System... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
MyRA workplace savings plans begin nationwideAbout 30 million people who cannot save for their retirement through accounts a
MyRA workplace savings plans begin nationwide
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 16 days ago
About 30 million people who cannot save for their retirement through accounts at their jobs now have the opportunity to use new simple accounts known as MyRAs. The accounts, which are like Roth IRAs, were announced nearly two years ago by President... Read more
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Market Watch
4 New Year's resolutions for retirement saversShutterstock.com Are you changing jobs in 2016? If so, you're not alone. This
4 New Year's resolutions for retirement savers
Market Watch / Posted 22 days ago
Shutterstock.com Are you changing jobs in 2016? If so, you're not alone. This past Dec. 30, Time.com reported the 10 most popular "how to" questions typed into Google the week before and the week after New Year's Day 2015. The fourth most-typed... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Most Americans don’t have enough money to cover a $500 emergencyMost Americans don't have the money to handle common emergencies like a car bre
Most Americans don’t have enough money to cover a $500 emergency
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 23 days ago
Most Americans don't have the money to handle common emergencies like a car breakdown or a trip to the emergency room for a broken bone. In a national survey by Bankrate.com, 63 percent of people said they don't have the savings to cover a $500 car... Read more
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The Record
Most Americans don’t have enough money to cover a $500 emergencyMost Americans don't have the money to handle common emergencies like a car bre
Most Americans don’t have enough money to cover a $500 emergency
The Record / Posted 24 days ago
Most Americans don't have the money to handle common emergencies like a car breakdown or an unexpected trip to the veterinarian. In a national survey by Bankrate.com, 63 per cent of people said they don't have the savings to cover a $500 car repair... Read more
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Market Watch
If you live in these 3 states, your nest egg could be compromisedDepending on where you live, you may have less access to a retirement plan from
If you live in these 3 states, your nest egg could be compromised
Market Watch / Posted 28 days ago
Depending on where you live, you may have less access to a retirement plan from your employer — and that can hurt your nest egg. Roughly 40% of workers — that’s more than 30 million full-time, private-sector workers ages 18 to 64 — don’t have access... Read more
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Investopedia
8 Retirement Trends in the 21st CenturyThe boomer generation is approaching retirement differently than previous gener
8 Retirement Trends in the 21st Century
Investopedia / Posted 30 days ago
The boomer generation is approaching retirement differently than previous generations. Longer life expectancy, greater financial savvy and higher need for independence all contribute to making Retirement 2.0 a whole new ball game for the financial... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Most Americans don't have enough money to cover a $500 emergencyMost Americans don't have the money to handle common emergencies like a car bre
Most Americans don't have enough money to cover a $500 emergency
Baltimore Sun / Posted 1 months ago
Most Americans don't have the money to handle common emergencies like a car breakdown or a trip to the emergency room for a broken bone. In a national survey by Bankrate.com, 63 percent of people said they don't have the savings to cover a $500 car... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Most Americans don't have enough money to cover a $500 emergencyMost Americans don't have the money to handle common emergencies like a car bre
Most Americans don't have enough money to cover a $500 emergency
Chicago Tribune / Posted 1 months ago
Most Americans don't have the money to handle common emergencies like a car breakdown or a trip to the emergency room for a broken bone. In a national survey by Bankrate.com, 63 percent of people said they don't have the savings to cover a $500 car... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Most Americans don't have enough money to cover a $500 emergencyMost Americans don't have the money to handle common emergencies like a car bre
Most Americans don't have enough money to cover a $500 emergency
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 1 months ago
Most Americans don't have the money to handle common emergencies like a car breakdown or a trip to the emergency room for a broken bone. In a national survey by Bankrate.com, 63 percent of people said they don't have the savings to cover a $500 car... Read more
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