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  • What’s The Top Concern In Retirement Today? Going Broke!
    What’s The Top Concern In Retirement Today? Going Broke!

    Despite concerns, overall confidence in the ability to retire has increased from five years ago Healthcare costs and market volatility driving fears of running out of money

    Of all the concerns impacting Americans’ retirement today, running out of money, maintaining their lifestyle and rising healthcare expenses continue to top the list.
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  • Motivation And Management: The Art Of Shaping Corporate Culture
    Motivation And Management: The Art Of Shaping Corporate Culture

    Companies typically underinvest in managers... here are re 12 ways to invest in yourself

    We all know managers do crucial work. They shape culture, improve employee performance, drive creativity and innovation. And yet, fewer training dollars are typically earmarked for managers than for people at other levels. You're right: This makes little sense. But don't despair...
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  • 2019’s Cities With The Highest & Lowest Credit Scores
    2019’s Cities With The Highest & Lowest Credit Scores

    Ever wonder how your neighbors handle their finances?

    If you’ve ever applied for a loan or credit card, you know that your credit score is more than just a three-digit number: it’s a representation of your financial habits. And it tends to speak volumes, especially about how well you manage your debts.
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  • LIMRA Launches 4th Annual Rising Stars Contest to Recognize Up & Coming Leaders in Distribution
    LIMRA Launches 4th Annual Rising Stars Contest to Recognize Up & Coming Leaders in Distribution

    Looking for '10 Under 40' to represent leadership in distribution, innovation, marketing & retirement

    LIMRA is now accepting nominations for its fourth annual Distribution Rising Stars contest. The contest will recognize 10 professionals under 40 who demonstrate leadership and innovation, supporting distribution within LIMRA member companies.
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  • The Women in Pensions Network Launches New Leadership Fellow Program
    The Women in Pensions Network Launches New Leadership Fellow Program

    New opportunities from Boston to San Francisco to enable female leaders in the pension industry to enhance their leadership skills

    This year, the Women in Pensions Network (WiPN) is pleased to announce its Leadership Fellow Program, enabling four of its members to attend prominent leadership programs around the country.
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  • Women Increasingly View Company Stock as an Important Part of Their Benefits Package and Financial Strategy
    Women Increasingly View Company Stock as an Important Part of Their Benefits Package and Financial Strategy

    They can be an even more strategic tool for employers looking to attract and retain strong female talent

    Employers who are looking to attract and retain female employees should consider highlighting the role of company stock plans in their corporate benefits package, according to new research1 from Fidelity Investments.
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  • Stocks Post Small Weekly Gains
    Stocks Post Small Weekly Gains

    Corporate profits, US-China trade talks vie for investor attention

    Major U.S. stock benchmarks eked out slight gains last week, with corporate profit reports and news about U.S.-China trade negotiations vying for investor attention over five trading sessions.
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  • 16 Longevity Scientists Have A Valentine’s Day Message For The World
    16 Longevity Scientists Have A Valentine’s Day Message For The World

    Accelerating breakthroughs in the expansion of the human health span A growing population fully able to live healthier lives longer

    A group of leading scientists devoted to research on the mechanisms of biological aging today announced the formation of the Academy for Health and Lifespan, the first global non-profit group focused on accelerating breakthroughs in the expansion of the human health span.
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  • Financial Fragility
    Financial Fragility

    How the Shutdown Affected the Household Finances of Federal Workers

    Researchers have warned for years that many Americans lack sufficient savings to cover even a relatively brief disruption of their income. But few events have provided a clearer real-world test of that assessment than the government shutdown that began on December 22, 2018, and ended 35 days later on January 25, 2019.
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  • Divide-and-Conquer Investing Mentality among Millennial Couples
    Divide-and-Conquer Investing Mentality among Millennial Couples

    Millennials most likely to have one partner control family investments, although many feel guilty about making moves without talking to their better half

    E*TRADE Financial Corporation (NASDAQ: ETFC) today announced results from the most recent wave of StreetWise, the E*TRADE quarterly tracking study of experienced investors. As Valentine’s Day approaches, the study looked at how investments are managed by couples across age groups...
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