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Adults who stuck with their 401(k)s fared a lot better than co-workers who abandoned them following the financial crisis of 2008.
SSA Acting Commissioner Carolyn Colvin also said she is pushing the Justice Department harder to prosecute disability payment fraud.
For an investor seeking a conservative product with a touch more risk than a government-backed bond, an agency bond is an option that offers a higher yield.
Financial advisors are being forced to work beyond the average retirement age because of a lack of planning, a money manager says.
Two new government reports say Social Security and Medicare are not in imminent financial danger
Seventy-four percent of advisors want more resources to help communicate their value to clients, as many feel the need to justify their fees, says Russell Investments.
The American Bar Association launches a new education initiative to help lawyers spot senior financial abuse.
Raymond James has developed a new retirement program to help its advisors differentiate themselves in retirement planning.
The main trust fund behind Medicare will be exhausted in 2030, four years later than projected last year, the government reported.
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