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Health Costs Hurting Retirement Business Owners Say

Health Costs Hurting Retirement Business Owners Say

Seven-in-ten American business owners consider rising health care costs to the primary threat to their current or future retirement, according to a new Millionaire Corner survey of 1,100 investors. “The cost of health insurance” has been ranked the top small-business problem for the last 25 years, according to “Small-Business Problems and [...]

Fiscal Cliff Deal Retirement Plan Revenue Boost Questioned

Fiscal Cliff Deal Retirement Plan Revenue Boost Questioned

One modest way that U.S. lawmakers were able to offset the impact of delaying spending cuts in the deal to avert the "fiscal cliff" was through a retirement plan provision that is supposed to raise $12.2 billion over 10 years. The only problem is that some retirement and fiscal policy experts doubt whether enough people will take advantage of the [...]

How Much Insurance Do Retirees Need?

How Much Insurance Do Retirees Need?

Under-insurance is an especially acute problem with retired and pre-retirement clients. There’s less time to recover in the event of a big loss. People tend to buy their insurance when they’re young and don’t adjust it as they get older, so they can really come up short. Health and long-term-care insurance are part of most retirement [...]

Retirement Planning: Reality Bites for Generation Xers

Retirement Planning: Reality Bites for Generation Xers

Generation Xers are struggling more than other age groups with retirement planning. Hit particularly hard by the recession, they are juggling the twin needs of saving for retirement and the immediate needs of raising a family and other major financial obligations such as paying a mortgage. The retirement planning attitudes of those between 30-44 [...]

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