Retirement Income Articles

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Higher Payroll Taxes Could Stabilize Social Security

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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.

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Many Consider, But Few Purchase Annuities

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Many investors consider using annuities for retirement, but far fewer buy them or even know much about them, according to an industry survey.

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Bloomberg Ranks Top Company 401(k) Plans

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Bloomberg ranked the 250 biggest companies in the U.S. to find which ones provide the best 401(k) plans.

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More Women Than Men Losing Out On Retirement Money

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Fewer women and low-income employees receive the employers' matching contribution to their retirement accounts than men, a new survey says.

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Pennsylvania Rating At Risk As Pensions Go Untamed

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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.

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Detroit Retirees, Workers Plead For End To Bankruptcy Pain

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Detroit’s current and retired workers pleaded with a city bankruptcy judge to limit the financial suffering they face from a reorganization plan.

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Cost Of Retirement Savings Not Increasing For Everyone

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Some pre-retirees are on track to replace more of their pre-retirement income during retirement, BlackRock says.

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MassMutual, BlackRock Offer Customized Lower-Cost Retirement Plan Program

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The new Managed Allocations program provides a choice of asset allocation strategies, professional management and fiduciary oversight for retirement plans, the firms say.

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What Would You Do With $100,000?

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It can be a battle of prudence versus profligacy with new-found money from inheritances.

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GAO: Pension Advance Industry Riddled With Abuses

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GAO uncovered 38 primarily Web-based companies offering lump sums for pensions at interest rates ranging from 27 percent to 46 percent.

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