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AOL Chief Reverses Baby-Blaming 401(k) Cut

AOL Corp. CEO Tim Armstrong has abandoned an unpopular plan to delay company contributions to employee retirement accounts and apologized for citing two high-cost births as part of the impetus for the plan.

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Many Don’t Understand Their 401k [AUDIO]

A majority of Americans with 401k's are confused about how to manage them and wish there was an easier way to invest.

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Many Companies Changing 401K Contributions [AUDIO]

It's no secret that many companies across the country and right here in New Jersey are looking to cut costs. In fact, many are changing the way they contribute to 401K plans in an effort to do so.

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Employers Start Matching Retirement Plans Again [AUDIO]

Its another sign of an economic recovery. Employers are starting to contribute to 401k plans again.

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Retirement Savings Raided by Laid-Off Workers [AUDIO]

Sometimes you just don't have a choice. With a national unemployment rate still above eight percent, and more displaced workers since the start of the recession, a recent survey from Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies found more than a third of laid-off workers had to raid their retirement savings to make ends meet.

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How Much is Your 401K Costing You? [AUDIO]

You may not realize it, but hidden fees could be costing you up to 30 percent of your 401k plan over time.

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Companies Retore 401K Contributions [AUDIO]

They cut back on matching 401(k) contributions during the recession and now many employers are reinstating the practice.

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