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Magazine articles of special interest to seniors.
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June 27, 2005
Live Longer and Prosper. Seriously. Research indicates that working during retirement can help you live longer and healthier. Here are some resources that can help you home in on a good opportunity. mark for My Articles 44 similar articles
Registered Rep.
June 1, 2005
John Churchill
Wall Street's Big Curtain Call How baby boomer brokers move into retirement over the next 10 to 15 years will change the face of the industry in many ways. mark for My Articles 1419 similar articles
Registered Rep.
June 1, 2005
Kevin McKinley
Social Stupidity Here are some common mistakes retirees make with their monthly checks, along with methods financial advisors can use to protect them. mark for My Articles 1034 similar articles
June 20, 2005
Howard Gleckman
Take The Money And Don't Run Congress is paying companies to keep offering retiree drug coverage. mark for My Articles 371 similar articles
Job Journal
June 12, 2005
James E. Challenger
Maturing Workforce Favors Aging Boomers As baby boomers age and the labor force begins to shrink, businesses must reconsider their attitude toward hiring older workers. Smart companies will capitalize on this vast pool of talent and experience. mark for My Articles 471 similar articles
Pharmaceutical Executive
May 1, 2005
Marsha Meyer
Medical Education: Prevention Education Shifting the nation's healthcare paradigm from treating seniors' ills to preventing them will take the combined support of pharma companies, medical schools, continuing medical education (CME) providers, and clinicians. mark for My Articles 338 similar articles
June 2005
Julian Sanchez
Pension Tension Our other retirement time bomb. In fiscal year 2004, the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation, which covers more than 34 million workers and retirees, paid out some $3 billion in benefits to pension plan beneficiaries---more than twice what it took in from employers in premiums. mark for My Articles 422 similar articles
June 1, 2005
Russ Banham
Prescription for Malaise? Health-insurance providers are rushing to participate in Medicare's new drug-benefit program. Companies are proceeding with caution. mark for My Articles 457 similar articles
Managed Care
May 2005
John Carroll
Evaporation of Retiree Benefits May Be Health Plan Opportunity With big companies steadily reducing coverage for retirees, plans need to devise products for this needy population. mark for My Articles 689 similar articles
Managed Care
May 2005
Implementing Medicare Part D Could Get Ugly This expert who hopes to help everybody adjust, nevertheless expects big headaches come Jan. 1, 2006. However, e-prescribing could make the drug plan work. mark for My Articles 535 similar articles
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