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Tag Archives: Retirement
As the year comes to a close, it’s a good time to be reminded that if an investment seems too good to be true, it probably is. A New York financial planner faces up to 16 years in prison for … Continue reading
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Is the Industry to Blame for Americans’ Obsessive Worrying About Finances?
Should we be worrying? Chuck Jaffe of Market Watch reports on two recent surveys of Americans that show obsessive levels of worrying about finances. The 2015 “Life + Money Survey” from GoBankingRates.com, released this month, showed that Americans think more … Continue reading
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Ten Best Places to Retire?
Bankrate has compiled a list of the ten best places to retire, with the assumption that freezing to death is not a significant concern. The top five are: 1. South Dakota 2. Colorado 3. Utah 4. North Dakota 5. Wyoming … Continue reading
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