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Magazine articles of special interest to seniors.
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Job Journal
March 6, 2005
Michael Kinsman
Career Pros: Golden Years Losing Glitter Debate about imperiled pension plans won't help those about to retire. Even the President's current initiative to change Social Security does little to address the dilemma them. mark for My Articles 1656 similar articles
Financial Planning
March 1, 2005
Janet Aschkenasy
The Bag Lady Bugaboo Financial planners can help women address the real fears of poverty in old age. mark for My Articles 642 similar articles
March 14, 2005
Gleckman & McNamee
By Raising Its Voice, AARP Raises Questions It vocally opposes private accounts. But could its commercial interests create a conflict? mark for My Articles 37 similar articles
Registered Rep.
March 1, 2005
Will Leitch
Don't Fear the Reaper Investors are happy to think about retiring but are reluctant to contemplate what comes next. mark for My Articles 562 similar articles
Registered Rep.
March 1, 2005
John Churchill
Small Change Though opponents may have valid arguments against the privatization of Social Security, the specter of a giant give-away to the financial services industry is no longer one of them. mark for My Articles 357 similar articles
Registered Rep.
March 1, 2005
Kevin McKinley
In Praise of Work Four out of five baby boomers plan on working after they retire from their "real" jobs. Here's how you can help them realize the tax, Social Security and financial benefits of their labor, while avoiding the pitfalls. mark for My Articles 1414 similar articles
March 7, 2005
Howard Gleckman
Social Security: A Trial Balloon That's Dropping Fast Bush's hints about higher payroll taxes as part of Social Security reform spook supporters and don't sway Dems. mark for My Articles 484 similar articles
March 7, 2005
Paul Craig Roberts
Private Accounts: Right Idea, Wrong Time Strike One against Bush's Social Security privatization plan is the inability of the weakening dollar to carry the debt burden required to finance the transition to privatization. Foreigners are drowning in dollars. But there's more. mark for My Articles 205 similar articles
March 2005
Jeff A. Taylor
Boomer or Bust Reflections of a baby boomer: What started as an effort to build a counterculture soon fragmented into many niche subcultures that had nothing to do with (or even hated) flower power. mark for My Articles 100 similar articles
The Motley Fool
February 28, 2005
Bill Mann
On Social Security: Fun With Numbers The Social Security debate rages on. Clearly, changes are necessary, but which ones? mark for My Articles 268 similar articles
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