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Illinois lawmakers are convening in the state Capitol for what could be a historic vote to finally close the gap on the state's $100 billion unfunded public pension shortfall, which is considered the nation's worst. On the table is a proposed plan,
Sketch Guy Emotion Has Its Place in Financial Planning Published: December 2, 2013 How many spreadsheets do you have on your computer?...There's probably a budget spreadsheet showing how much you've spent, or one where you've worked out how much you'
Governor-General Sir Jerry Mateparae will head a coalition of banks and financial services providers dedicated to lifting people's money skills. It is widely agreed that many people lack financial literacy, and the Commission for Financial Literacy
Illinois' legislative leaders briefed other lawmakers Friday on details of a breakthrough agreement for solving the state's $100 billion pension crisis, leaving them four days to study the plan before facing a vote that could be crucial for the state'
Self-employment comes with many freedoms, but also with heightened financial responsibilities. While the traditionally employed can enroll in company-sponsored 401(k) plans that make automatic, regular retirement contributions, self-employed workers
Photo / Thinkstock There can be only 10, according to a ministerial statement published this October, but it is understood 11 KiwiSaver providers have applied for default status under a now-closed government tender. Assuming the government sticks to
Both Democratic and Republican leaders said they reached an agreement, after more than two years of discussions spurred by a continued downgrading of the state's credit rating. The debate has centered on how to reduce costs while balancing the legal
Statistics released by the ministry on Tuesday, showed that 283 million employees were contributing to the retirement plan, while 69.11 million were pensioners in 2012. The support rate rose slightly compared with 2.9 percent in 2003, with 290
But in making our financial plans, we have to account for 30 more years, since roughly one in five of us will live past age 90...There are no more raises, bonuses or employer contributions to your retirement plan. Even if you can afford your
It predicts a 52 per cent surge in the number of Australians working beyond the official retirement age of 65 over the next decade. Nearly half the baby boomers will not be able to afford retirement until they hit their seventies...Volunteering "