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  2. Putnam Investments - Wikipedia

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    In 1997, Putnam Investments established a connection with Nippon Life Insurance in Osaka, Japan, and its subsidiary Nissay Asset Management Company. 2000 to 2006 The year 2000 marked the beginning of a gradual asset value decline that took Putnam's asset value from $400 billion to $192 billion.

  3. How to Plan for Retirement Amid Stock-Market Mayhem - AOL

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    (Ideally, investors would want to withdraw no more than 4% to 5% a year from those retirement plans to try to make sure the money doesn't run out before they die. Therefore, a nest egg of $500,000...

  4. Could You Retire on 64 Percent of Your Income? How About 30 ...

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    they interviewed nearly 3,300 working americans about their retirement savings and plans and found that each the average household is on track to replace only 64% of its current income in...

  5. Are 401(k) Plans a Failed Experiment? - AOL

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    Only about half of American workers have access to a 401 (k) plan, and only about 30% of American workers actually take advantage of that plan. According to the UC Berkeley Center for Labor...

  6. Will 401(k)s Finally Be a Better Deal for Everyone? - AOL

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    Similarly, with its Class R5 and R6 shares, the July 2 supplement explicitly says that those share classes are available only to plans with assets of at least $50 million. Where the money is Putnam...

  7. 2003 mutual fund scandal - Wikipedia

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    According to the Associated Press, on January 31, 2005, “the nation’s largest insurance brokerage company, Marsh & McLennan Companies Inc., based in New York, will pay $850 million to policyholders hurt by” corporate practices that included “bid rigging, price fixing and the use of hidden incentive fees.”

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