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Wall Street Journal: Should Small Firms Be Required To Provide Health Insurance?

The National Federation of Independent Business, which helped kill the Clinton health plan in 1994, is joining with some unusual allies to support health-care reform -- the "Divided We Fail," a group dedicated to health-care revision and Social Security solvency.

People Magazine: Ben Affleck, Reese Witherspoon Debut Political Ads

The spots, filmed in September with the actors volunteering their efforts, calls for viewers to go to - a nonpartisan campaign launched by the AARP seeking affordable, quality health care in America.

Wall Street Journal: Reverse Mortgages: The Choices Expand

But you may pay higher interest rates in exchange for lower fees, says David Certner, legislative-policy director at AARP, the Washington-based advocacy group.

FOX Business: The Retirement Myth

The average male who drops out of the workforce at 65 can now expect to live another 16-18 years in retirement (even longer for women), compared to 13-15 years back in the 1980s, according to AARP.

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