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  3. Can You Lose Your 401(k)? - aol.com

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    Employer-sponsored retirement plans are one of the best ways for working Americans to build wealth. They offer tax advantages, allow your money to grow over time and many employers even match your ...

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    If you need money but are trying to avoid high-interest credit cards or loans, an early withdrawal from your 401(k) plan is a possibility. However, before you consider this option, be forewarned ...

  5. Do I Need a Financial Advisor for My 401(k)? - aol.com

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    With the demise of company pensions, 401(k) plans have become the de facto retirement plan for the majority of American workers. These company retirement plans make it easy for employees to save ...

  6. Social Security (United States) - Wikipedia

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    With that account, workers can also construct "what if" scenarios, helping them to understand the effect on monthly benefits if they work additional years or delay the start of retirement benefits. The my Social Security account also offers other services, allowing individuals to request a replacement Social Security card or check the status of ...

  7. 8 Reasons Your Tax Refund Could Be Late This Year

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    “Part of the IRS process for verifying tax return information is verifying that your Social Security number and your name on the return matches the information in the Social Security...

  8. Demographics of China - Wikipedia

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    In general, rural-urban migrant workers are most excluded from local educational resources, citywide social welfare programs and many jobs because of their lack of hukou status. [64] In 2011 a total of 252.78 million migrant workers (an increase of 4.4% compared to 2010) existed in China.