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Low interest rates bad for savers

Aug 12, 2011
The Great Recession shocked many Americans into saving more money, but unfortunately, they aren't getting much of a return on those savings.
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Social Security, by the generations

Jul 22, 2011
Reporter Nancy Marshall Genzer looks at what role Social Security will have for the different generations of her own family.
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Retiring in an emerging market

Jul 21, 2011
For a number of near-retirees the prospect of moving overseas after saying goodbye to workmates for the last time is alluring....
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Money, retirement and singles

Jul 14, 2011
How are Americans doing when it comes to being financially prepared for retirement? Lately, the answer seems to be, not well....
Posted In: Economics, Retirement

Delaying Social Security

Jul 13, 2011
Question: My wife will be entering retirement in about a year at 64 1/2 and I will follow soon after. We have about 200k in Roths, 500k in taxable...
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Retirees need to save, too

Jul 12, 2011
The economic news has been bleak for retirees and near-retirees over the past decade: Two recessions and two bear markets. The Standard & Poor...
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Workers are saving less in auto-enrollment 401(k) programs

Jul 7, 2011
An analysis shows that the default saving percentage in auto-enrollment 401(k) programs isn't the best for everyone.
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Preparing for early retirement

Jul 6, 2011
Question: Hello, I am e-mailing to get advice on my Mother's upcoming retirement. She is 53 and has worked at Publix Supermarkets which is a...
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GAO to future retirees: Forget the Golden Years

Jul 5, 2011
Comedian George Burns used to get a laugh saying, "Don't stay in bed, unless you can make money in bed." Well, for too many future retirees it isn...
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The future of retirement: Save more, work longer

Jun 16, 2011
As the entitlement landscape continues to change in America, Chris Farrell explains that the future of retirement is no longer mobile homes and sunny vacation spots. It's an older employment base with smaller budgets as Americans work longer and save more.
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