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There’s a glimmer of hope that the retirement system isn’t broken for good

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When Ed Beltram took early retirement in 2001 from what was then Lucent Technologies, he seemed to be in good financial shape. The native Sooner and Oklahoma University grad had worked in communications for Lucent and its predecessor, Western Electric, since 1970. He had accrued three decades’ worth of pension benefits and a 401(k) defined-contribution plan that held a nice chunk of company stock. Read more…


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