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Workers Not Taking Full Advantage Of Retirement Plans, Survey Says

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Many U.S. workers are not rebalancing or increasing contributions to their employee-sponsored retirement plans as often as they should, according to a new study by TIAA-CREF.

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Brokers Lure Soldiers Out Of Low-Fee Federal Retirement Plan

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Brokers at prominent brokerage firms have been talking federal workers into ditching their low-cost retirement plans and rolling funds over into high-fee products.

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Study: Fraud Increases Elderly Victims’ Willingness To Make Risky Investments

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Seniors who say they are financial fraud victims report being more willing to make risky investments, says a study discussed at the Retirement Research Consortium annual meeting in Washington, D.C.

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Life Care Founder Preston Becomes Billionaire On Aging Populace

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The aging populace has been a boon for Life Care Centers of America Inc., the third-largest nursing home operator in the U.S., and made the company’s founder a billionaire.

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Retire On Savings Of $500,000? This Advisor Thinks Clients Can

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After surveying 1,350 retirees, this RIA says most people can be happy in retirement with savings of about $500,000.

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Couples May Be Losing $250,000 In Social Security Benefits

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A lack of knowledge about Social Security benefits may be costing Americans big money, a Financial Engines executive says.

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Six Keys To A Happy Retirement

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Most of the ingredients can be lumped into six broad categories that advisors can use to help clients, says columnist and advisor Dan Moisand.

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Grandparents, Grandkids Don't Talk Money, Survey Says

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Grandparents are missing the opportunity to help their grandchildren develop good spending and saving habits, according to a new TIAA-CREF survey.

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Millennials End Up In Stocks For Head Start On Retirement

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Concern about the future of the federal safety net and the ubiquity of 401(k)s are prompting those born from 1979 to 1996 to start saving earlier than prior generations.

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Christie Pension Fixes Range From Unlikely To Unpalatable

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Governor Chris Christie faces an array of painful choices for curbing New Jersey’s $52 billion pension burden, and most won’t make a significant dent.

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