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When it comes to access to retirement savings plans at work, some workers are a lot better off than others.
An advisor recommends using annuities and life insurance to get as much from Social Security as those who waited until 70.
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New rules from the Department of Labor may make retirement plans available to more workers.
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Some workers say they'll never retire — because they can't, or don't want to. But that plan may not be feasible.
California is poised to join a handful of states that offer a retirement plan to people who don't have one at work.
Nearly one-third of large employers offer a flexible work option for older employees. Here's how to evaluate them.
Health savings accounts let you save for health-care expenses and retirement if you use them effectively. Are you spending or saving?
Unexpected expenses are a big reason behind retirement-plan loans. But borrowing is a bad idea.
Your employer may be raising your default savings rate in your retirement plan at work. What does this mean for you?
More American workers have increased their retirement savings this year, and fewer are not saving at all, according to Bankrate.
Some of the biggest colleges and universities in the U.S. are being sued for high retirement fees.
Projected deficits of America's most popular retirement program vary by trillions of dollars. Find out why.
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