Monthly Archives: October 2013

The “Lost Generation” of Retirement Planning

The “Lost Generation” of Retirement Planning (originally published on LifeHealthPro.com on 10/4/13) by Michael K. Stanley Despite dour prognostications regarding baby boomers’ retirement preparedness post financial crisis, a recent research report finds that there are other segments of the population … Continue reading

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Why Retirees Still NEED Life Insurance

Why Most Retirees Still NEED Life Insurance It seems like a million years, but it was only about 40 years ago that most workers could still look forward to a pension when they retired. The income came from money contributed … Continue reading

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High Fees for 401(k) Participants

High Fees, Poor Choices Vex 401(k) Participants, Study Says July 24, 2013• Ted Knutson (originally published on Financial Advisor) High-cost investment choices by consumers and fiduciaries are substantially hurting 401(k) returns, according to a new study. More than 44 percent … Continue reading

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