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Center urges Congress to protect DB participants

11/17/2008 | Pensions & Investments

The Pension Rights Center wants Congress to change federal pension laws to protect participants in single-employer defined benefit plans in response to asset declines caused by the financial crisis.


What Happens if Your Employer Goes Broke

11/17/2008 | Kiplinger.com

What will happen to my health insurance and retirement plans if my employer files for bankruptcy?


Help wanted sign is out for top jobs

11/10/2008 | Pensions & Investments

President-elect Barack Obama — who ran on the promise of change — looks to be living up to his word, based on the potential appointees to top pension and investment policy positions in his incoming administration.


How will Obama tax plans work in this economy?

11/06/2008 | San Francisco Chronicle

On the campaign trail, Barack Obama proposed more than a dozen tax changes that would affect individuals.


Delay pension even in face of a bankruptcy

11/02/2008 | Chicago Tribune

Financial advice columnist answers a reader's question about taking a pension early.


Boomer fears rise as market falls

11/01/2008 | Chicago Tribune

Many older people who have watched in horror as the carnage on Wall Street has shrunk their nest eggs. Even before the crisis, one in five older Americans had been putting off retirement. Now that figure is undoubtedly higher.


401(k) losses: Older investors' retirement funds hit hard

10/31/2008 | USA Today

Older Americans are watching their retirement savings evaporate as the economy slumps and the stock market falters.


Down market squeezes pensions

10/26/2008 | Boston Globe

Some employers drop their plans; Others forced to pump in cash.


American Dream is still alive, it's just getting harder for the middle class to achieve it

10/26/2008 | Press of Atlantic City

The financial challenges today are serious: How will I send my child to college? Or pay off my medical expenses? Or retire debt-free? Simply put, costs of food, fuel and other parts of the household budget are soaring, while incomes are staying grounded.


Working Longer as Jobs Contract

10/23/2008 | New York Times

In these extraordinarily turbulent times, with the stock market declining sharply and millions of 401(k) plans plunging in value, many workers are suddenly facing a starker situation — they worry that they might have to work 5, 7, even 10 years later than planned, perhaps well into their 70s.