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    1. Are they in sync, or is your revised retirement plan considerably more or less expensive than the original? If your tastes have become simpler, so much the better -- you'll likely ...

    2. As of 2017, those aged 50 and older can invest an extra $6,000 a year in their 401(k) or other similar employer-sponsored retirement plan, and $1,000 more in an IRA. Between the ...

    3. Aretha Franklin to open Detroit nightclub

      Penn State Collegian14 hours ago

      Aretha Franklin wants to move to Detroit and open a nightclub. The 75-year-old soul icon - who recently announced she will be retiring this year - is planning to leave her home in Bloomfield ...

    4. When we think about retirement, many of us are wired to assume that our costs will naturally drop as a result of no longer working. While it's true that some expenses, like commuting, go down ...

    5. Social Security and Billy Joel

      Financial Planning.com7 days ago

      Over the years, I have been fortunate to help many people maximize their Social Security benefits, introducing them to methods of receiving benefits that they didn’t even know were available ...

    6. The former CEO of Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, who resigned amid criticism, is still working for the university — with annual salary and retirement-plan contributions ...

    7. The union and hospital will come together on Aug. 31, Sept. 11 and Sept. 13 with a federal mediator, the hospital said on Wednesday.

    8. Initially, they proposed placing new employees in a “stacked” retirement plan, with a smaller pension plan alongside a 401(k). The FOP had long opposed that approach. Despite not ...

    9. Alas, most gig workers are not nailing the job of being their own retirement plan sponsor. Less than 4 in 10 self-employed workers surveyed by financial service firm Aegon report ...

    10. Is It Possible to Have Too Much of a Good Thing?

      US News & World Report2 days ago

      In July, Aon said it will no longer offer employees the option of buying company stock in their 401(k) plans. Employees will have to find other investment options within the plan. On the surface ...

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