Monthly Archives: February 2016

The Small Warnings Before Cardiac Arrest

via Wall Street Journal Sue Chlebek was on her regular three-mile walk with a friend one spring morning when she told her companion she was so short of breath, she must be dominating the conversation. About two hours later, she … Continue reading

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Are Too Many Choices Costing 401(k) Holders?

via Wall Street Journal In investing, choice usually is a good thing. But new research suggests that having too many choices in a 401(k) retirement plan could be costly for participants. Researchers studied a 401(k)-type plan that reduced the number … Continue reading

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Companies Form New Alliance to Target Health-Care Costs

via Wall Street Journal WASHINGTON—Twenty major companies—including American Express Co., Macy’s Inc. and Verizon Communications Inc.—are banding together to use their collective data and market power in a bid to hold down the cost of providing workers with health-care benefits. … Continue reading

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Wealth-Protection Insurance People Neglect

via Wall Street Journal People are so focused on making money, they often forget to protect their wealth once they have it. It is common to see headlines about the market going up or down, but rarely do we hear … Continue reading

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HSAs Offer Tax Benefits Beyond 401(k)s

via Wall Street Journal When saving for retirement, there is a place to put money that may be even better than your 401(k). Most people overlook health-savings accounts, or HSAs, as a retirement-savings vehicle. But these accounts, which were authorized in … Continue reading

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