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Retirement-savings question sparks huge online response

A 25-year-old earning $80,000 a year and contributing $900 a month to his retirement savings asked an online forum whether he -More- 
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Money Milestones: What to do with your retirement savings after a sudden job loss


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News video: The definitive guide to retirement savings plans

The definitive guide to retirement savings plans 01:51

Here's a breakdown of 401(k)'s, IRAs and HSAs.
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News video: Here are five risks that can drain your retirement savings

Here are five risks that can drain your retirement savings 01:30

These are some factors that can ruin your retirement prospects.
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News video: Money Watch: Retirement Savings

Money Watch: Retirement Savings 00:46

In today's money watch, retirement savings accounts have reached an all-time high for many Americans, Jason DeRusha reports (0:46). WCCO This Morning – Aug. 4, 2017
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News video: Amazon hosting giant job fair in Hebron Wednesday, with 'on-the-spot' job offers

Amazon hosting giant job fair in Hebron Wednesday, with 'on-the-spot' job offers 03:13

Amazon is hosting a giant job fair on Wednesday, aiming to fill 50,000 new open positions in the U.S. And the company will be making job offers on the spot. The company has dubbed the event..
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News video: States look into creating portable retirement plans

States look into creating portable retirement plans 01:31

Saving for retirement can be a challenge no matter what, but half of U.S. workers don't even have access to a 401(k). Now some states are looking into creating publicly run retirement savings accounts..
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6 ways to minimize retirement-savings disruptions

Events that will adversely affect a person's retirement plans, such as job loss, sickness or divorce, are nearly inevitable a -More- 
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Why some employers are becoming more generous with retirement savings plans

In an effort to recruit employees in competitive fields and help motivate older workers to leave the workplace when they hit retirement age, companies are becoming more generous with their retirement..
ChicagoTribune Also reported by •Seattle Times

4 investing errors that can crush your retirement savings

If you're making any of these common investing errors, your final retirement savings balance may be disappointing.
USATODAY.com Also reported by •Motley Fool

Social Security Requires A Bailout That's 60x Greater Than The 2008 Emergency Bank Handout

social security requires a bailout that's 60x greater than the 2008 emergency bank handout
Authored by Simon Black via SovereignMan.com, A few weeks ago the Board of Trustees of Social Security sent a formal letter to the United States Senate and House of Representatives to issue a dire..
Zero Hedge

A staggering number of stockpickers fail to beat the market

a staggering number of stockpickers fail to beat the market
The passive investor revolution has been well-documented by now. Ushered in by Vanguard's legendary founder Jack Bogle, low-fee investing in indices and exchange traded funds (ETFs) has been..
Business Insider

Treasury Department axes Obama-era myRA retirement savings program

The myRA savings account program, which started under President Barack Obama as a way to get low- and moderate-income people to save for retirement but was slow to catch on, is being shut down by the..
ChicagoTribune

White House aide: Retirement savings not immune to tax reform

Tax incentives that encourage Americans to save for retirement aren't automatically being preserved in White House discussion -More- 
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Legg Mason Survey Finds Baby Boomers Are Roughly $30 Trillion Short On Retirement Savings

legg mason survey finds baby boomers are roughly $30 trillion short on retirement savings
There are roughly 76 million Baby Boomers in the United States that are about to transition out of the highest wage earning years of their lives and into retirement where they'll be making precisely..
Zero Hedge

One solution to retirement crisis that the Heritage Foundation loves but Trump and the GOP Congress oppose

As worker retirement savings rates languish, Oregon becomes the first state to make IRAs an automatic option for all workers.
Deseret News

This solution to the retirement crisis may be in your future

As worker retirement savings rates languish, Oregon becomes the first state to make IRAs an automatic option for all workers.
Deseret News

Older women are in worse financial shape than before, data says

Women in their 50s have higher debt and lower retirement savings than they did 20 years ago.
USATODAY.com

The Simple Way to Find Your Retirement Number

Here's how to determine what your retirement savings goal should be.
Motley Fool

Retirement account balances in the US hit an all-time high — but it's still not enough

retirement account balances in the us hit an all-time high — but it's still not enough
If you regularly contribute money to a retirement account, there's a good chance you're crushing it right now. According to second-quarter data from Fidelity Investments, Americans' 401(k) and IRA..
Business Insider


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