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Retirement

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  • PA teachers, state employees could see cut in retirement benefits

    PA teachers, state employees could see cut in retirement benefits
    HARRISBURG — School teachers and most state workers would have to pay more out of their pockets if they want to keep the same level of retirement benefits they now earn, according to a new Senate bill. A summary of the pension overhaul bill,...
  • Republicans use Baltimore to relaunch the war on the War on Poverty

    After a brief lull, the GOP war on the War on Poverty is back on. As the debate in Baltimore turns toward how to bring economic opportunity to poor cities, Republicans are arguing, again, that the government assistance programs launched by President...
  • Retirement confidence is on the mend

    After dropping to record lows between 2009 and 2013, the percentage of workers who say they are confident about having enough money for a comfortable retirement continues to increase, according to the 2015 Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI)...
  • More Ohio teachers retiring amid pension changes, new tests

    Leaders of Ohio's education retirement system said pension changes have led to more teachers retiring, while some educators have said new state tests have factored into to their decisions. Districts are already bracing for increased retirements this...
  • Wendy Spencer: Your divorce: Key records

    Information about all aspects of your finances is critical to a reasonable divorce settlement. Yet even when you think the documents are at your fingertips, gathering them can be work. Here's how to start this tough but vital job if you face the end of...
  • Cherice Chen: Retiring like your parents

    Paul was a comfortably retired dad with a financially strapped son, whose own retirement prospects appeared dim. But grown sons too often don't listen to their fathers. That's why Paul called in his advisor to help his offspring, John. Certainly, Paul...
  • 'Blended' military retirement plan clears hurdle

    Despite vigorous opposition from a few colleagues who are military retirees, the House Armed Services Committee voted overwhelming on Wednesday to give future generations of service members something different from the all-or-nothing 20-year retirement...
  • Self-employers have options to save for retirement and reduce taxes

    Self-employers have options to save for retirement and reduce taxes
    If you have a small business and are still stinging from the income taxes you paid Uncle Sam, you can take a simple step now that will get you through tax time in better shape next year. And this simple step will take care of one of the big mistakes...
  • Is an online investment advisory service right for you?

    Can a robot handle your retirement? Fledgling online investment advisory services, nicknamed robo-advisers in financial circles, are moving squarely into retirement planning. Betterment, one of the largest such firms with about 80,000 users, is...
  • Thompsonville Fire Chief Retires

    ENFIELD — Thompsonville Fire Chief Francis Alaimo Friday submitted a retirement notice to the district's fire commission and asked that May 15 be his last day. "I've had a good run," Alaimo said in a written statement. "Thank you for providing me...
  • State seeks to cut off pension at guilty plea

    State seeks to cut off pension at guilty plea
    Since pleading guilty in a scholarship scam, ex-Rep. Connie Howard has pulled down $107,000 in state pension money while waiting nearly two years for the sentence that could finally shut down her payments. But the South Side Democrat could be the last...