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American workers are contributing to DC plans at about the same rate as they did last year, according to an ICI study.
Reverse mortgages should be seen as a financial planning tool, not a product of last resort, says lender.
Employers are continue to cut pensions, but the number of plan participants is way up, says a report from the General Accountability Office, the investigative arm of Congress.
Increased financial education in the workplace is heightening money worries, contends the sponsor of a new study.
The vast majority of clients are demanding Social Security guidance from their financial advisors, Nationwide Insurance says.
Prospective clients, however, are another story. Only 4 percent of advisors say prospects are very realistic about retirement.
Across the nation, hundreds of thousands of taxpayers who are expecting refunds this month are instead getting letters that the government has confiscated their check.
A small number of wealthy Americans have something to celebrate: They are done paying Social Security taxes for the year.
MLPs pay investors almost all the money they bring in, and sometimes even more. And the more they pay out, the more company managers can charge in fees.
Target-date funds will be the majority of assets in 401(k) plans as a result of increased automatic enrollment and other automated features, Northern Trust predicts.
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