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Retirement Savers in These States Are at a Disadvantage and It's Not Their Fault

9:26 am, August 27, 2014

Workers in these states are most likely to participate in a poor-performing 401(k) plan.

 

3 Things to Do Before Boomer Co-Workers Retire

8:10 am, August 27, 2014

September is right around the corner and with it another wave of baby boomers who will be transitioning out of their jobs and into retirement, leaving Millennials ...

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Retirement Planning for Small Business Owners and Self-Employed

4:33 pm, August 25, 2014

If you're self-employed or even if you own a small business, you don't have the luxury of letting someone else set up your retirement plan. Here's what you need to ...

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Skipping Your 401(k) Plan Could Yield Better Returns

1:17 pm, August 25, 2014

Investing with your company 401(k) plan can be a mistake and lead to lower returns because the fees are too excessive or the investment options are few and far in ...

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Turning Down a Dollar Today for Two Tomorrow

8:37 am, August 22, 2014

Americans are not known for their saving savvy; however, more workers may be understanding the importance of planning ahead.

 

Millennials Are Not Counting on Social Security

8:12 am, August 22, 2014

Once a goal people spent their lives working toward, social security is no longer something the newest working generation believes will be there for their golden ...

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More Than One in Three Americans Haven't Saved Anything for Retirement

8:47 am, August 21, 2014

The largest group who has not started saving anything are 18 to 29 year olds with 69% who have failed to begin any retirement plan.

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Why 401(k) Savers Are Like Bad Boyfriends

8:19 am, August 21, 2014

When it comes long-term relationships with their 401(k)s, workers, it seems, are kind of like bad boyfriends. They're eager to get started and say the relationship ...

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Retiring Gen X-ers to Face Empty Government Coffers in 19 Short Years

3:21 pm, August 19, 2014

Social Security resources dwindle.

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It Pays to Fight High 401(k) Fees: Lawsuits Result in $12 Million Settlement

10:57 am, August 18, 2014

Self-dealing investment firms are coming under increasing scrutiny by investors.

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