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What Happens When There’s a Mistake in Your 401(k)

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Are you keeping a close eye on your 401(k) and other retirement plans? You should, because employers and plan managers make mistakes—and that can lead to big headaches and out-of-pocket costs for you.

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Money 911: Lower your credit card debt [VIDEO]

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CNBC's Sharon Epperson answers a viewer's question about a pension.

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Benefit detectives offer pensioners a lifeline

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When her husband died in January, at age 63, Roseline Desjardins was left wondering how she would pay for the upkeep on her home.

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Getting divorced? Don't forget the pension!

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What better time than the week after Valentine's Day to devote a week's worth of blog entries to divorce?  This is the first in a series of blog entries focusing on issues involving divorce and retirement. Enjoy!

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Help for retirement plan participants comes from an unlikely source

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When you're looking for information about retirement plans, the Internal Revenue Service probably isn't the first place that comes to mind. However, the IRS has a helpful guide for participants in retirement savings plans. A resource called Life Events That Can Affect Retirement Savings is designed to walk employees through decisions that they might need to make about their retirement savings and pension plans. More...

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