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The 401K Forum portrays a future where hoary hordes of baby boomers are imperiling Medicare and Social Security, in four teaser ads running in The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal. The Web site (401k.com), which offers retirement investment advice for individuals, companies and financial institutions, will introduce new products next month. Katsin/Loeb, San Francisco, created the darkly humorous ads. Copywriter: Rod Kilpatrick. Art
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