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  2. Good News About Your 401(k) - AOL

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    The Plan Sponsor Council of America recently announced findings of its Annual Survey of Profit Sharing and 401(k) Plans. The survey reports on 840 plans with roughly 10 million participants and ...

  3. Will 401(k)s Finally Be a Better Deal for Everyone?

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    For years, workers and consumer advocates have criticized 401(k) plans for their hidden fees and high overall costs. With so much money going to fund managers, even during the horrible periods for ...

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    First Ever (K)onvergence Summit Convenes in New York City June 17/18, 2013 EAST GRANBY, Conn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Today, over 800 top retirement plan investment advisers and investment analysts in ...

  5. Indians in the New York City metropolitan area - Wikipedia

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    Indians in the New York City metropolitan area constitute one of the largest and fastest growing ethnicities in the New York City metropolitan area of the United States. The New York City region is home to the largest Indian American population among metropolitan areas by a significant margin, enumerating 711,174 uniracial individuals by the 2013–2017 U.S. Census American Community Survey ...

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    Putnam, who had been an early sponsor, withdrew his support in 1907 due to concerns that medical supervision was inadequate. Worcester took steps to increase the role of doctors in response to the criticism. He also reduced his contact with the media, as the notoriety was an annoyance to some of his parishioners.

  7. Johnny Miller (aviator) - Wikipedia

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    Miller left Eastern Air Lines in 1965 with over 35,000 hours in his logbooks. Miller has stated that he retired a little early (Eastern had compulsory retirement at age 60) because he was tired of returning late at night to a cold, dark, empty house. In reality he was either fired or asked to leave.

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