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Color of Money Live Chat with Michelle Singletary

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PRC's Karen Friedman and Joellen Leavelle discussed an array of retirement issues during Michelle Singletary’s Color of Money Live Chat on February 16, 2107.

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Retirement Plans At Every Employer! Is Your State Next?

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Paid sick leave, raising the minimum wage, commuter benefits. What’s next on the list of items employers are going to have to offer their employees? Retirement benefits.

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Burlington College Neglected Retirement Contributions

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Burlington College neglected to make contributions to the retirement funds of staff members this summer.

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Your retirement-planning time table [SLIDESHOW]

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It pays to consider the details early—even 15 years ahead

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Boeing's Pension Scale Back Is a Sign of the Coming Times

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The past week has brought two ultimately related pieces of news. Boeing announced it would freeze pensions for 68,000 non-union workers and move them into a 401(k)-style retirement plan, according to Bloomberg. The change starts in 2016 and is intended to cut costs, according to the report.

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The Best 401(k)s Set a Higher Bar for Others

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Every December for five years, BrightScope, a financial research firm based in San Diego, has published a list of the top 30 401(k) plans. These standouts provide, among other qualities, generous company contributions, quick access to that corporate money, low fees and a wide array of investment options.

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Boeing freezing nonunion workers' pensions in 2016

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About 10,500 nonunion Boeing employees in St. Louis will see their pensions frozen in 2016 as the company moves to limit its costs for employee retirement.

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Dialed-up employee outcry causes AOL to dial back 401(k) changes

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If you’re an AOL employee who went away for a long weekend you might have missed the hubbub about your 401(k) plan.

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AOL Reverses 401(k) Policy After Blowback

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Like boomers (and all workers for that matter) don’t have enough to worry about when it comes to saving enough for retirement. Now actions by AOL’s Tim Armstrong may be setting a dangerous example for other companies to follow suit.

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