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USA Today: How do you make a lump sum of your life's savings last?

"When you're facing retirement, and you're feeling desperate (because you haven't saved enough), you're more apt to fall for those too-good-to-be-true pitches," says Jean Setzfand, director of financial security for AARP, the advocacy group for those over 50.


USA Today: Will aging boomers lose benefits?

Baby boomers grew up skeptical of authority, so it's hardly surprising that some of them doubt the government will deliver the full Social Security and Medicare benefits it has promised.


Marketwatch: Health care is personal for presidential candidates

Americans have a vested interest in where the presidential candidates stand on health-care reform and how their health proposals are evolving ahead of the general election.


AP: Study: Online Privacy Concerns Increase

Privacy concerns stemming from online shopping rose in 2007, a new study finds, as the loss or theft of credit card information and other personal data soared to unprecedented levels.

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