March 2005
Money;Mar2005, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p23
The article reports that "MONEY" magazine's January article, "Reconstructing Your Retirement," incorrectly listed the maximum salary subject to FICA taxes for 2005. Also, the annual stock and bond mutual fund tables contained incorrect information on how the funds performed against their peers during the past four years.


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