Dan Kadlec

Dan Kadlec is a journalist and author who has written extensively about baby boomers, personal finance, the economy and financial education for TIME, Money, CBS and USA Today among others. He has appeared on Oprah, CNBC, CNN, and all the major networks. His most recent book is A New Purpose: Going From Success to Significance in Work and Life. Follow him on Twitter @dankadlec. He has a B.A. from Marquette University and lives with his wife in the New York City area. They have three adult children. Read more about Dan at dankadlec.com

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It’s Back, not a Moment Too Soon: The 401(k) Match

When times got lean three years ago, a host of companies stopped matching employee 401(k) contributions and you had to wonder if the benefit would ever be restored. Temporary measures that pad the bottom line have a way of sticking around – like the toll on a bridge that has long since been paid for.

Bond Yield Hits Historic Low: 0%

The Treasury Department set at zero the fixed portion of the yield on Inflation bonds, guaranteeing that new buyers will never earn more than the rate of inflation for the 30-year life of their investment.

5 Ways to Recognize a Financial Scam

With a tough economy making timely retirement less likely for many folks, retirement-related financial scams may be on the upswing. Here are five ways to know if you are being played.

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