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6 IRA Myths that Prevented You from Increasing Your Retirement Benefits Busted

The 6 major myths related to IRA that prevents people to boost their retirement benefits savings are being busted here. It will help you to save more.

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Increased Retirement Benefits Savings Lead to Lower Medicaid Spending

A new study has uncovered the fact that increased retirement benefits savings lead to lower Medicaid spending. This fact should be explored further.

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Many Americans Are Withdrawing from a 401(k)

A survey has revealed that many Americas are withdrawing from a 401(k) to deal with urgent financial issues because their savings aren’t enough.

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California’s Secure Choice Retirement Savings Program to Roll Out Soon

Secure Choice Retirement Savings Program of California is to begin from January 1, 2017, but facts regarding non-compliance action are unclear yet.

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Women with 401(k) Plan Prefer Wealth over Health in Retirement

A survey says that women would like financial security more in retirement as compared to good health. They need 401(k) plans’ investment advice too.

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Health Care Benefits would be most affected in Trump’s Presidency: Survey

A survey says people fear that their health care benefits would be most affected by the new regime led by the new American President, Donald Trump.

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Retirement Readiness in Monroe County is not good: Survey

A new survey has revealed that retirement readiness in Monroe County is not good as the majority of Gen Xers and Baby Boomers have admitted it.

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Nearly Half of Young Americans have Zero Retirement Benefits Savings

A survey shows that almost half of young Americans have zero retirement benefits savings and yet they are not tensed about post-retirement income.

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Penn University Offers Voluntary Retirement Packages

Penn University has offered 1270 staff and faculty members to opt for voluntary retirement to resolve its consistent cost and workforce challenges.

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Oregon has a Clear Path for State Retirement Benefits Plan

Oregon plans to launch state-run retirement benefits plans soon so that the private sector employees who do not have a retirement fund can have one.

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California to Initiate a State-Run Retirement Plan

A bill about the establishment of a state-run retirement plan in California will soon be a law. It will benefit the workers without retirement security.

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U.S. Lagging Behind on Retirement Index

It is a fact that the outlook for retirement security is improving in the U.S. But another fact that came to light recently is that the country is lagging behind several Western European nations when…

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Women have Bigger Retirement Benefits Challenges: Study

A white paper has recently revealed that women are not contributing enough towards their retirement benefits plan due to several fateful reasons.

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Democrats push for more Retirement Benefits Coverage

Several Democrats want the government contractors to enroll their workers in a retirement benefits plan as only a few of the workers have savings.

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State retirement plans a good bid for future

State run retirement plans have been among the news for quite some time now and the ever increasing excitement pertaining to the efforts made by the states to set up these private employer plans is…

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New Federal Budget Will Be Good For Federal Retirement Savings

The new Federal budget will be good for federal retirement savings.

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Start Planning your Finances for 2016

Start planning your finances for the new year.

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Expect Your Newly Announced Retirement Plan To Not Deliver

myRA has been the recipient of many critique and analysis in the past few months after its announcement and there has been a wave of uncertainty generated in the minds of the federal employees so…

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IRS Announces Savings Plan Contribution Limits For 2016

The Internal Revenue Service announced that savings plan contribution limits for tax year 2016 will in general stay the same. There are no cost‑of‑living adjustments (COLA) to be made because the cost-of-living index did not…

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Kentucky to Withhold FICA Tax From Retirement Plan Contributions

The IRS has asked the State of Kentucky to start paying FICA taxes from the retirement plan contributions of government employees.

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