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Does it have to be all or nothing?

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For the past several months, the PRC has been maintaining a list of companies that have reduced or stopped matches to their 401(k) plans.  When the economy takes a turn for the worse as it has in the past year, companies view cutting 401(k) matches as an easy way to reduce costs.  Recently, Business Management Daily published an article for employers on how to break the news to employees and how to encourage employees to continue saving despite the loss of the match.  More...

Financial Analyst: Be Wary of the ‘Cult of Equities’

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There's a firmly-ingrained notion among many investors that stocks outperform bonds over the long term by an average of 5 percent. This view isn't based on reality but "myth." At least that's what contrarian financial analyst and money manager Robert D. Arnott, chairman of Research Affiliates says.

Arnott, who reviewed data going back to 1801, found that there are several long periods in which bonds outpace stocks: 1803-1871, 1929-1949, and 1968-February 2009. More...

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