Insuring A Secure Retirement

O'Donnell, Bob
April 2013
Financial Planning;Apr2013, Vol. 43 Issue 4, pA5
The author discusses securing retirement with insurance. He states that though savings in outlined contribution plans and stock market returned to pre-crisis levels, the risk of downturns are still a threat to the savings of the Americans. He adds that the prioritization of protecting the retirement assets from those risks should be done by both companies providing retirement plans and by the individuals.


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