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A recent study shows your health and wealth are closely linked.
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A recent study reveals that single parents are putting off saving for retirement so they can help pay for their children's postsecondary education.
Instead of waiting until traditional retirement age, some workers are taking mini-retirements to recharge and pursue interests.
A federal survey also found that only 18 percent of Americans close to retirement age plan to retire on a set date and not work again.
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