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Americans may be living longer, but our retirement plans aren't keeping up. Which means people are living longer with smaller bank accounts.
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Wittler, a resident of West Caldwell, will provide support to clients who are self-directing their retirement plans in addition to administrative duties.
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Women live longer, make less money, and take care of loved ones more often than men.
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Like all successful financial scams, 'pension liberation' schemes seem attractive, giving you access to retirement funds before 55, the usual age at which they can be turned into income for life.
Thank goodness for President Barack Obama, for without his wisdom and foresight none of us would know how to live our lives, and in particular, how much money we need to save for our own retirement.
By Taddeo Bwambale The Government is considering removing all tax levied on retirement benefits for employees in the formal sector.
In spite of recent state legislature attempts to "fix" it, the Texas Teacher Retirement System is not broken.
The Employee Benefit Research Institute recently reported that one of the best things you can do to improve your chances at a successful retirement is to use a free online retirement calculator.
A new report casts considerable doubt on how well many Americans will fare in retirement: Those born between 1966 and 1975, the so-called Gen-Xers, will be the worst off, able to replace only half their working income.
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Four trustees of Detroit's two public pension funds are heading to a Hawaiian beach resort this weekend with their $22,000 tab paid for by the funds, which are mired in claims of mismanagement.
Luzerne County Controller Walter L. Griffith Jr. was arraigned today on charges he illegally recorded three conversations without consent from numerous people.
The debt ceiling clock is about to start running again. The U.S. Treasury on Friday will begin using "extraordinary measures" to keep the country from defaulting on its obligations.
Oregon House Speaker Tina Kotek on Wednesday backed off her refusal to allow steeper cuts to public-employee retirement benefits, potentially paving the way out of a stalemate that has stalled budget progress for weeks.
Boomers lost a significant chunk of their retirement nest eggs in the recession, but it was members of Generation X who were really hit the hardest, according to a report released Thursday.