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For Many Hopeful Retirees, 70 May Not Be the New 65 After All

It%u2019s become common (and comforting) wisdom: Those who haven%u2019t saved enough for their golden years can meet their retirement income needs by working until they're 70, instead of the traditional 65. But that's not true for at least a third of U.S. workers, reveals a new study.

Here's the Next Big Threat to Your 401(k)

It's bad enough the stock market has been beating up on most of our 401(k)s lately. Now, legislators and big thinkers are debating a variety of proposals to reduce the tax benefits of saving in 401(k)-type plans. And the results could be bad for America's rich and poor alike.

Planning for Retirement
Amid Market Mayhem

Planning for retirement? Don't panic. Here's why you should ignore the market mayhem: You have complete control over the most important component of your retirement plan, your contributions.

Retirement Confidence Continues to Erode

Americans are far from feeling confident about paying for retirement, according to the Employee Benefit Research Institute's latest annual survey. The findings aren't a complete surprise, but digging deeper into the data shows one interesting trend: men are more confident than women when it comes to feeling capable of affording their golden years.