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David Lerner Associates: Being Money Smart in Retirement
It's Money Smart week. A new study has found that Americans in their retirement years gradually lose the ability to manage their money. According to the study the ability to answer basic financial literacy questions wanes as age increases. However, the ability to confidently make financial decisions does not falter.

David Lerner Associates: Money Smart Tips for Credit Card Debt
38 percent of all American households carry some credit card debt and the average for balance carrying households is $15,779. Americans between 45 and 54 years old appear to have the highest balances of any age group. Credit card debt is not a good idea at any age, but when you're getting close to retirement it could be a significant barrier to future financial security.

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