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Today's News & Commentary --- November 25, 2015

A group of Disney workers is filing a complaint against Disney, alleging national origin and age discrimination, Politico reports. Earlier this year, Disney announced its plans to fire about 250 workers and replace them with guest workers on H-1B visas employed by a subcontractor. 457 more words

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Retirement Plans

State retirement initiatives get guidance from U.S. D.O.L.

The U.S. Department of Labor is hoping to provide a way for Millennials to structure retirement plans more easily. 327 more words

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Forget MyRA… The Good Old Payroll Deduction IRA is the ANSWER

The Federal Government with much fan fair officially launched its new MyRA program this past week. 584 more words

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The new US government retirement accounts are pretty good—unless you plan to save for retirement

The long awaited myRA launched this week. Fundamentally, it’s aimed in the right direction, as it addresses a serious problem: Millions of Americans—mostly those with low incomes—don’t have access to a workplace retirement account and aren’t saving for their golden years at all. 529 more words

myRA available to more people

U.S. Treasury Launches myRA (my Retirement Account) to Help Bridge America’s Retirement Savings Gap

With pilot concluded, program expands with new funding options
to make myRA available to more people… 686 more words


White House Launches No-Fee Retirement Savings Option for Americans Without Employment Retirement Savings Plans

I just received this announcement from the White House Office of Public Engagement and decided to share it with you:


The U.S. Treasury yesterday officially launched its… 874 more words


Today's News & Commentary --- November 5, 2015

Yesterday, we highlighted some of the major issues being decided in elections nationwide.  Voters in Portland, Maine, voted to reject the ballot initiative to raise the minimum wage to $15 by 2019 in a margin of 58 percent to 42 percent.   628 more words

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