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Social Security benefits could be cut by 25 percent starting in 2033 without changes to the system, the program’s trustees warned Monday in an annual review.
Many investors consider using annuities for retirement, but far fewer buy them or even know much about them, according to an industry survey.
Bloomberg ranked the 250 biggest companies in the U.S. to find which ones provide the best 401(k) plans.
Fewer women and low-income employees receive the employers' matching contribution to their retirement accounts than men, a new survey says.
Pennsylvania legislators broke for the summer without addressing pension costs that will rise by 38 percent to $65 billion in 2018. They may return to find a cut to the state’s credit rating.
Detroit’s current and retired workers pleaded with a city bankruptcy judge to limit the financial suffering they face from a reorganization plan.
Some pre-retirees are on track to replace more of their pre-retirement income during retirement, BlackRock says.
The new Managed Allocations program provides a choice of asset allocation strategies, professional management and fiduciary oversight for retirement plans, the firms say.
It can be a battle of prudence versus profligacy with new-found money from inheritances.
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