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The conventional wisdom—save enough to retire at age 65—won’t work for the generation starting their careers today, writes columnist John D. Stoll.
Expanding Medicaid rolls under the Affordable Care Act may have saved as many as 8,132 people from fatal opioid overdoses, virtually all involving heroin and fentanyl, a study released Friday suggests.
Thousands of families face the predicament every year.
Lawmakers want to know why thousands of housing vouchers for destitute veterans are going unused each year despite almost 38,000 potential recipients still living on the street.
Retirement security is on a treacherous path for the future with dwindling pensions and proposals to cut Social Security, warns National Institute on Retirement Security Executive Director Dan Doonan in his introduction to a report released today on the financial state of the elderly in America.
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