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Planning for Retirement: The Growing Impact of Student Loan Debt on Retirement Security

Planning for Retirement: The Growing Impact of Student Loan Debt on Retirement Security

This report, based on new National Retirement Risk Index research, looks at how the retirement security of both students and parents may be at risk when households are burdened with student loan debt.
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NEW VIDEO AVAILABLE: FINANCIAL PLANNING FOR LGBT COUPLES

NEW VIDEO AVAILABLE: FINANCIAL PLANNING FOR LGBT COUPLES

What financial planning concerns do same-sex couples have in the wake of the Windsor and Obergefell Supreme Court decisions? In this video, couples share their thoughts on the financial challenges and opportunities now facing the LGBT community.
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Is ADA the New FMLA?

Is ADA the New FMLA?

This report details the findings of a Prudential-sponsored survey of employers, providing insights into the disability and absence services they need, and how they work with outsourcing partners.
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Early Retirement and the Affordable Care Act

Early Retirement and the Affordable Care Act

The Affordable Care Act has made health insurance more accessible and affordable, including those retiring before qualifying for Medicare coverage. This paper explains how pre-Medicare eligible retirees can take advantage of their new insurance options.

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Planning for Retirement: Improving Retirement Preparedness for the Next Generation

Planning for Retirement: Improving Retirement Preparedness for the Next Generation

This report, based on new National Retirement Risk Index research, explores the role of inheritances in retirement preparedness and how leaving even a relatively modest amount of wealth to the next generation can have a meaningful impact.

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Paying for College - A Practical Guide for Families

Paying for College - A Practical Guide for Families

This guide helps families understand the different options available to fund a college education without jeopardizing the long-term financial security of parents or students.
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