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January 14, 2008

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What's one of the best ways to get someone to save more for retirement? Get them to do a retirement savings calculation. According to the Employee Benefit Research Institute, crunching the numbers is particularly effective at getting people to make a change to their retirement plan. Unfortunately, less than half of workers even bother trying to estimate if they're saving enough.

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Good for Mr. Marshall! I hope he gets monthly checks for the rest of his life. NFL players that spend a significant amount of time at the highest level of the sport, are virtually guaranteed to have some degree of disability upon retirement. Heck, look at the average mortality age for pro football lineman. It's under 50 years of age according to Thomas Hargrove (Scripps Howard News Service for ESPN) Does that qualify as "giving your life" to your profession?
Gene Upshaw has been a horrible leader of the NFLPA and should be replaced.
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