Tag Archives: Retirement planning

Trouble with 401(k) Plans

Graduation is behind you and it’s your first day on the new job. Your boss reminds you to stop in at the benefits department where you will be expected to make decisions regarding health insurance, dental and/or vision insurance, sick … Continue reading

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Class Assignment and Discussion: The Money-Death Problem

The New Yorker has always been famous for it cartoons, and one of the best is a 2003 cartoon by Barbara Smaller that shows a husband talking to his wife, saying, “If we take a late retirement and an early … Continue reading

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Class Assignment and Discussion: Retirement Confidence – A Thing of the Past

According to a 2011 Retirement Confidence Survey by the Employee Benefit Research Institute, worker’s confidence that they will have enough money to “live comfortably throughout their retirement years” continues to decline – in fact, only 13% of those polled were … Continue reading

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Class Assignment and Discussion: Retirement Confidence – A Thing of the Past

According to a 2011 Retirement Confidence Survey by the Employee Benefit Research Institute, worker’s confidence that they will have enough money to “live comfortably throughout their retirement years” continues to decline – in fact, only 13% of those polled were … Continue reading

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Class Discussion: Is it time to start saving for retirement?

There isn’t much in the book, Personal Finance, Turning Money into Wealth that doesn’t touch on retirement.  Not only is Chapter 16, Retirement Planning devoted to retirement, much of what we do when we discuss investments in Chapters 11 through … Continue reading

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