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The costly glitches in the government's massive entitlement program.
Firms begin pitching 529 plans to grandparents.
If you've got a job for life, when should you call it quits?
Early withdrawals and loans suck $70 billion a year out of system; tax penalties hurt savers.
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A worsening shortage of workers who take care of the elderly is starting to strain nursing homes and agencies that provide home-care services. Here are some resources and ideas for finding care.
More than 300,000 pros will tell you where to put your money -- but often at a steep price.
Why consumers can't always trust those five-star ratings -- or nasty complaints.
Our backstage pass to Hollywood's biggest night of the year.
See if your retirement is on track
Plan out your investments.
Investing for retirement is more complicated than opening an IRA or maxing out your 401(k)
Cut spending to make catch-up contributions and more.
A look at four strategies that could help make a retiree's savings last a lifetime