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News You Should Know: Key Provisions of House, Senate Retirement Proposals

Some ‘Secure 2.0’ Retirement Proposals in the Senate Look Different From the House Version. Here are Key Provisions Under Consideration | CNBC

Lawmakers in Washington, DC have introduced a number of different retirement-related proposals this year, pieces of which may end up in a larger “Secure Act 2.0” bill. Here are some of the key provisions under consideration.

Mark Cuban Aims to Lower Prescription Drug Prices With Online Pharmacy | PBS News Weekend

Health care costs — and especially prescription drug prices — are a major expense for retirees, and many of those costs have been rising for years. Billionaire Mark Cuban is aiming to tackle the problem with his own online pharmacy, which offers over 100 generic medications at a discount.

How Retirees-to-Be Can Stress Test Their Finances, Just Like the Big Banks | Barron’s

Do you have enough money saved up to make it through a possible recession? The Federal Reserve puts banks through a stress test every year, and it’s a good idea to do the same for your personal finances. If you’re approaching retirement age, here are some tips for making sure you’re in good shape.

Retirement Advice From Actual Retirees, Tested in the Real World | USA Today

A recent survey by the Employee Benefit Research Institute asked retirees about their financial planning, priorities, concerns and reflections. One of the main takeaways? A large majority of retirees say they regret not starting to save for retirement earlier.

News You Should Know is a digest of news from publications around the nation about finance, investing, and retirement.


  1. Pamela Mead Krull says:

    I sure wish someone would fight to get the WEP reversed. It is so unfair to cut one’s social security because they worked for the State

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