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Paychex Drops After Fourth-Quarter Earnings Miss, Outlook Weakens

Paychex Drops After Fourth-Quarter Earnings Miss, Outlook Weakens

Paychex shares slip as the payroll-software and -services provider reports earnings short of analysts' forecasts and provides a less-rosy outlook.

A Client's Overnight Success -- 20 Years in the Making

A Client's Overnight Success -- 20 Years in the Making

Adviser Mark Bordelove talks about shepherding a client and longtime friend through major financial and life stages.

What Is a Health Savings Account (HSA)?

What Is a Health Savings Account (HSA)?

A health savings account, or HSA, is a way to help you save up for medical expenses with a high-deductible health plan.

HMO vs. PPO: What's the Difference in 2019?

HMO vs. PPO: What's the Difference in 2019?

Major differences between HMOs and PPOs is cost, size of the plan network, your ability to see specialists, and coverage for out-of-network services.

Future of Retirement: Many Americans Will Run Out of Money

Future of Retirement: Many Americans Will Run Out of Money

Experts weigh in on practical solutions to the future shortfalls in Americans' retirement savings.

You Should Plan to Live to Be 100

You Should Plan to Live to Be 100

Most Americans want to live to be 100, according to a new survey, but they are unsure their retirement savings will last that long.

Recipe for Retirement Success: Simple Advice, Consistency and Time

Recipe for Retirement Success: Simple Advice, Consistency and Time

Adviser Mark Bordelove relates how one of his clients succeeds through hard work and consistently following a straightforward financial plan.

What Is The Average Retirement Savings in 2019?

What Is The Average Retirement Savings in 2019?

How much does the average American have saved for retirement? Nothing. Nothing at all.

What Is a Safe Harbor 401(k) and Why Is It Important in 2019?

What Is a Safe Harbor 401(k) and Why Is It Important in 2019?

A safe harbor 401(k) keeps the IRS away from companies in deploying retirement plans. Here is why.

Texas Fund's Soured Bet on Exotic-Country Stocks Takes Further Hit

Texas Fund's Soured Bet on Exotic-Country Stocks Takes Further Hit

The Teacher Retirement System of Texas lost 0.6% during the third quarter on its $14 billion holdings of stocks from countries like China, Brazil, Russia and Turkey. Such declines helped to cap the fund's overall return to 2.2% -- well below the average for U.S. institutional investment plans.