Retirement Planning

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Small Business Owners Say Retirement Crisis Looms

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They say U.S. workers face a retirement crisis—except for their own employees.

Move To 401(k)s Would Hurt Teachers, Public, Report Says

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Moving California's teachers from pensions to 401(k)s would hurt their retirements, a report says.

Analysis: Here's How Obama's Budget May Impact Advisors

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The spending plan includes proposals to expand access to retirement savings accounts.

Delays Leave Retirement Pay Gap For Federal Workers

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The Office of Personnel Management delays force federal workers to wait for retirement benefits, Senators charge.

TD's Nally: 28 Percent Of RIAs Likely To Offer Digital Advice

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Technology can either "overwhelm or propel" your firm, he says.

Is It Time For Clients To Take Their 401(k)s Off Auto-Pilot?

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Lower balances raise anxieties about target-date funds.

Oldest Boomers Face Big Birthday

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Advisors need to make note of financial decisions facing baby boomers who are turning 70.

Formal Retirement Plan Boosts Confidence

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LIMRA study says those with a written retirement plan are more successful.

Target-Date Fund Use Raises Confidence, Survey Says

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More users of target-date funds are confident of meeting retirement goals than those who do not use them, Voya says.

Rent Burden Putting More Seniors At Risk

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Senior citizens are in many cases spending more than half their income on rent, a new report says.

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