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5 Best Reads on Retirement

2014 was a big year in retirement news and research, from women’s retirement savings still lagging behind men’s to LGBT Baby Boomers and soon-to-be-retirees continuing to experience unique hurdles in preparing for retirement. In case you missed them, here are the top 5 stories and retirement news from 2014. Continue reading

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How Health Reform Could Impact your Retirement Plans

Regardless of your views on the 2010 health reform law, there are some specific provisions that may impact how those approaching retirement plan for their health and long-term care costs. Continue reading

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Financial State of Baby Boomer Women

A recent story from NBC News reported that Baby Boomer women are one of the least financially prepared population segments in our country right now. According to the AARP, only 10 percent of Boomer women have pensions, and 32 percent have 401ks. What’s more is 40 percent of Baby Boomer women are single and do not want to be dependent on others for financial stability. Many have returned to work … and not by choice. Continue reading

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