Retirement Income

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U.S. Retirement Savings Continue To Climb

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Americans' retirement savings hit a low in 2008 and have climbed since then.

Where Will Clients' Retirement Savings Stretch The Furthest?

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GoBankingRates.com weighed financial factors to come up with the 10 best states in which to retire.

OverSavers Anonymous: Where Prudent Savings Meets Pathology

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While most would agree that saving money is a good thing, there are those who take the practice to a point where it can be considered unhealthy hoarding.

Lowest-Paid Americans Lead Wage Gains As Job Market Tightens

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Average hourly earnings in industries paying less than $12.50 an hour a year ago rose 3.2 percent in the 12 months through April, according to Goldman Sachs

Social Security Cuts Punish Middle Class

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N.J. Gov. Chris Christie’s plan to means-test benefits will have undesirable ripple effects.

Beyond The Numbers

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Clients need to prepare themselves not just financially, but emotionally, for retirement.

LPL Expands Private Client Platform

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LPL Expands Private Client Platform Boston-based LPL Financial LLC has expanded the availability of “Private Client,” a platform for financial planners serving high-net-worth clients,...

Young Workers Are Not Saving For Retirement

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Generation Y expects to have a long retirement but does not believe Social Security will be there to help them, a new survey says.

Gay Marriage's Big Benefit Is Social Security

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The Supreme Court's ruling on same-sex marriage will give a huge boost to the retirement security of LGBT Americans, especially in the realm of Social Security

Court’s Marriage Ruling Ends Couples’ Tax, Personal-Finance Confusion

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The Supreme Court’s decision to allow same-sex marriage nationwide will remove tax and personal-finance headaches that have bedeviled gay couples.

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