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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Fidelity Investments
Data from Fidelity Investments says 71 percent of respondents "expect to have better-than-average health in retirement."
Couples retiring this year can expect their medical bills throughout retirement to cost 4 percent more than those who retired a year ago, according to an annual projection released Wednesday by Fidelity Investments.
In the wake of news about a spike in new applications for unemployment benefits comes another potentially troubling sign: A record number of workers made hardship withdrawals from their retirement accounts in the second quarter.
I recently changed jobs. The new position provided the opportunity to work with a world-class team and offered greater growth potential. It is a great position. The new position is not funded by federal stimulus money, but I know my actions saved or created jobs for others in this difficult economy. Therefore, I have estimated the impact on the economy to help the current administration keep an accurate accounting of the number of jobs saved or created.