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Retirement planning rules have changed for people of all ages, but it's never too late to pivot to a new approach or too early to start planning for the future, finds Consumer Reports in its latest look at "The New Retirement," in the nonprofit organization's January 2017 issue. Yonkers, NY - infoZine - In its story, CR takes a thorough look at the new forces that are altering the traditional approach to retirement planning for consumers. Comment?
The annual shopping bonanza known as Black Friday will once again attract millions of bargain hunters. A whopping 44 percent of Americans, or roughly 76 million people, will be shopping this year, according to a Consumer Reports poll. Comment?
While Asian brands continue to dominate, Buick has become the first domestic brand in more than three decades to earn a place in the top three most reliable brands in Consumer Reports' Annual Brand Reliability Survey. The findings were announced during a press conference before the Automotive Press Association in Detroit. Comment?
Medical identity theft - when someone steals personal data to get prescription drugs, medical care or surgery - is on the rise, according to "Body Snatchers," an article in the October issue of Consumer Reports. The report explores the issue and includes tips on how consumers can protect themselves. Comment?
Consumer Reports has partnered with the nonprofit Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting to produce a special report examining the nation's growing student debt crisis, in which some 42 million people owe $1.3 trillion. The report explores how the crisis occurred, and what people-including parents and students-can do about it. Comment?
As pharma and insurance company behemoths lock horns in a battle over profits, Consumer Reports finds consumers are reeling from the rampant rise in drug prices. Nearly one-third of Americans polled by Consumer Reports said they had experienced a drug price hike in the past year, shelling out a total of $2 billion more for a drug they routinely take. Comment?
Persistent and chronic pain can be a frustrating, debilitating and expensive problem. According to the June issue of Consumer Reports, 125 million Americans in pain spend about $300 billion on treatments and care every year. Comment?
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