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Federal Worker Savings Plan Computers Hit in Cyber-Attack
Last month the FBI notified the Thrift Savings Plan, the contribution retirement savings plan for Federal employees, that a contractor’s computer systems had been breached in a complex cyber-attack with 123,000 Social Security numbers being compromised. According to the Federal Retirement Thrift ...
Postal Workers Alarmed About Their Retirement: 'Sheer Chaos' Over Account Cut, Worker Says
A U.S. Postal Service decision to suspend employer contributions to a postal worker retirement account is causing alarm among its employees. "It was sheer chaos on the work floor when everybody found out about it this morning," said Clarice Torrence, who has worked for the Postal Service for 32
Military Families in Debt
Hello everyone welcome to good money trusted source for personal finance advice I'm Tanya in New York. We all know times are still top stagnant salaries high unemployment not to mention foreclosures. And the ever present debt still hanging over many But civilians are not the only ones being
Your 401(k): Target Date Funds Disappoint
Target Date Funds Were Supposed to Offer More Security to Retirees. Do They Fall Short?
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Readers chime in with some tips
Our readers offer their own tips for what you can do now for a happy retirement: Spend less. Save more. Most of all, make sure you have someone to share your retirement with. Start by living below your means, says Gabe Renzo, 63, of Dearborn Heights, Mich. Young people today, he believes, don't
Your Portfolio: Reservists save, invest carefully
Your Portfolio: Each month a financial planner reviews a reader's portfolio and suggests improvements. Add up all the time that Eugene and Tracy Williams spend serving God and country, and they don't have a lot left over for financial planning. Still, they've resolved to make time to properly