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Are You Saving Enough?

Starving On $200,000 Income Is Easily Avoided

Resurrect Your Retirement

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Resurrect Your Retirement
Laurence J. Kotlikoff, 04.07.09, 12:00 PM EDT
An economist offers five steps to get one couple's plan back on track.

If you're like me, you've watched your assets get massacred by the malfeasance system we call American capitalism. Insider rating, captured politicians, regulatory "restraint," director kickbacks, off-balance sheet accounting, non-disclosure, fraud, moral hazard, thieving CEOs, Ponzi schemes ... you name it, we've got it.

Kim Snider Interview with Laurence Kotlikoff

Even in Sky-High Market, Buying Beats Renting

Figuring Retirement Savings Spend-down rate

Looking at Retirement a Little Differently

3 Retirement Myths

And why two authors say you shouldn't believe them
By Emily Brandon
July 2, 2008

This article was reported and written by Emily Brandon for U.S. News & World Report.

Published Dec. 12, 2008

Is ESPlannerPlus Better?

Software offers a different approach to financial planning.
By Joel P. Bruckenstein

Is Conventional Financial Planning Good for Your Financial Health?

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