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A priest gives communion to retired Catholic nuns at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Motherhouse in Monroe on Tuesday.
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Ever since a California financial planner named William P. Bengen proposed it in 1994, retirees have relied on what's known as the 4% rule - if they withdraw 4% of their nest eggs the first year of retirement and adjust that amount for inflation thereafter, their money would last at least 30 years.
AT&T has asked regulators to let it ignore a shareholder request for details of its customer-information sharing with government agencies, a move that could forestall a heated debate at the telecommunications giant's annual meeting.
State workers in Oklahoma are paid less than their counterparts both in other states and the private sector, but their health and retirement benefits are more generous, according to a state-commissioned study released Friday.
The Richmond Times-Dispatch reports that the VRS board of trustees voted 7-1 on Thursday to form the study panel to examine the proposed subsidiary, known as Project Frontier.
In this role, Christian will oversee all M&A, investment, and acquisition integration activity for Time Warner Cable.
On last night's Food Network episode of "Restaurant: Impossible," Robert Irvine went to Oak Creek, Wis.
A new paper that suggests rising equity exposure in retirement may in fact lead to better outcomes has set the web abuzz.
The Nelson Mandela Foundation was created after Mandela's retirement on August 19, 1999, aiming to provide a long-lasting legacy that "captures the vision and values of Mandela's life".
More than half of Americans are not on track in their retirement savings, according to a new assessment survey by Fidelity Investments.
A panel of state lawmakers will hear from South Carolina Treasurer Curtis Loftis and his complaints about how investments are handled for the state employee retirement system.
This concept that anyone should let someone else control their retirement funds is something that needs to go away.
People now in their forties will have to wait until 68 to receive the state pension, George Osborne will announce.
With the fight over solving Illinois' worst-in-the-nation pension shortfall now headed to the courts, the financially troubled state faces a grim possibility: The plan could be tossed, and Illinois could wind up in an even deeper fiscal hole than the one it's in now.
Retirement planning is filled with conflicting advice. This leads to both fear and confusion for current retirees and those approaching retirement .
For California's public-sector unions, San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed's proposed statewide ballot measure for pension reform is a call to arms - and they're bringing out the big guns.