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A certified financial planner weighs in on bad habits

by Hayley Hershman Oct 2, 2015
Put down the impulse purchase and quit neglecting your 401k.

Supreme Court: employers must monitor 401(k) plans

by , and May 19, 2015
The ruling also makes it easier for employees to sue.

'Converting your pension into a granite countertop'

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer May 7, 2014
In 2012, one out of five employees took loans out against their 401k plan.

The person managing your future, revealed

by Mark Garrison Apr 30, 2014
Like it or not, more and more Americans have their futures tied to Wall Street.

Some employers shift 401(k) matches

by Shannon Mullen Mar 7, 2014
Employees could lose money if their company contributes only once a year

Could the old rules of retirement no longer apply?

by Carmen Wong Ulrich Jan 17, 2014
Do the old rules about retirement savings still apply today?

Major companies settle lawsuits over 401k plans

by Lizzie O'Leary Oct 3, 2013
In the last few years, current and former employees have taken their companies to court over workplace retirement accounts.

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Raising the Debt Ceiling

Who does the U.S. actually owe $16.7 trillion to?

by Paddy Hirsch Oct 2, 2013
Although we often think of our debt as owed to foreign countries, in reality, America owes a lot of money to ourselves. Even regular Americans indirectly own a large chunk of our national debt.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew has informed Congress that the government will exhaust its borrowing authority by October 17, after which it could default on its loans.
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Employer health plans get the 401(k) treatment

by Lizzie O'Leary Sep 13, 2013
Some big companies are toying with making the switch from offering traditional health plans to giving workers money to shop for their own health coverage on private exchanges. What does this mean for the cost of your medical insurance?
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How to manage retirement plans as they pile up

by Paddy Hirsch Jun 26, 2013
In 21st century America, jobs for life are rare. For those lucky enough to have jobs with retirement plans, with the many jobs comes many retirement plans, which all send quarterly statements that need tracking.
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