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Nearly half of private-sector workers in Delaware don’t have access to a savings plan at work, making it harder to prepare for retirement. 
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Investors seeking services from a professional financial advisor will benefit from a new free online tool, AARP Interview an Advisor™, launched by AARP and the North American Securities Administrators Association (NASAA).
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A new AARP survey shows that an overwhelming percentage (84 percent) of American private sector workers “strongly or somewhat agree” that officials should back legislation to enable workers “to save their own money for retirement.”
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On Feb. 23, 2015 President Barack Obama joined AARP CEO Jo Ann Jenkins, and members of the Save Our Retirement coalition to announce that a major step has been taken on a proposed rule by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) that would update requirements for those who give financial advice to individual retirement plan savers. Americans saving for retirement currently lose an estimated 6 to 17 billion dollars per year due to bad investment advice. The rule to protect individuals from conflicted retirement advice is being submitted by the DOL to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) for review.
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