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Above the Fold Retirement

Scary Regulations

Small business owners don’t need haunted houses or horror movies. Washington gives them plenty of reasons to scream.

J.D. Harrison
A viewing party for the third U.S. presidential debate in San Francisco, Cal.
At the third presidential debate Americans finally heard a question on reforming Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid.
Sean Hackbarth

There’s a giant elephant in the room this campaign season, and I’m not talking about a leftover decoration from the Republican convention

Thomas J. Donohue

As we live longer, it is even more critical for Americans to focus on their financial futures.

Thomas J. Donohue
Piggy bank on a pile of dollar bills.
In 1975 about one-in-five retirees received income from a private retirement plan. By 2013 that share rose to one-in-three.
Aliya Wong
Social Security checks printed in Philadelphia.

The true success story is the combination of Social Security and employer-provided retirement benefits.‎

Randel K. Johnson
March Madness

While the NCAA tournament has been busting brackets, the Obama administration has been busy busting businesses.

J.D. Harrison
Piggy bag drawn on chalkboard.
In 1975, 21% of retirees received income from a private retirement plan. By 2013, that percentage rose to 33%.
Aliya Wong