Updated Tuesday, September 2, 2014 as of 12:54 PM ET
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Industry struggles have meant a raft of changes for planners and their clients. more »
Dueling data muddies Social Security Debate; Split up Social Security when couple splits up?; Beyond Medicare's ratings, picking a nursing home more »
Is it ever smart to tap retirement accounts early?; A 401(k) rollover checklist; 5 reasons why you shouldn't retire at 62 more »
Only 25% of Americans use a 401(k) plan; It's ok to use Roth IRA to help pay school loans in some cases; Why the good news for retiree health care may not last more »
The brokerage and insurance units of Compass Bank were ordered to cough up money to compensate an elderly couple for duping them into buying one too many annuities. more »
6 ways low savers can catch up; Pitfalls of longevity annuities; 50 important stats about long-term care more »
6 ways new tax law benefits sustainable retirement; Who has the best retirement plan; Avoid rollovers of IRA CDs more »
The company has been under consideration as systemically important for more than a year, and its executives have met more than 10 times with council staff members to argue it doesn’t pose a risk. more »
Since the Affordable Care Act became law in 2010, many of the tax provisions have slowly come into effect. The year 2014 brings some additional significant tax provisions associated with health care reform. more »
Are you paying too much for long-term care?; Retirement savings makes you healthy and wealthy; Talk to your spouse and stop blaming each other more »
How to get "peace of mind" retirement income; Changing insurance plans can reduce premiums; Risks of spending retirement savings too early more »
High-risk behaviors put investments at risk; Theme songs for retirement; Right (and wrong) questions for clients more »
Retirees ignoring biggest assets; Spending habits more important than income; Situation improves for 65-year-olds more »
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