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Retirees Likely to Receive Significant Bump in Social Security Benefits in 2022
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The cost-of-living adjustment for Social Security benefits for next year is expected to be the largest since 1982.
How Does Tuition Reimbursement Work?
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If you’re working and want to continue school but aren’t sure how to fund it, your employer may offer assistance. Tuition reimbursement programs are offered by many companies. While each company has their own specific requirements, tuition reimbursement is when an employer pays for a portion of an employee’s continuing education costs. Some employers may […]

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5 Medtech Stocks to Seize Major Growth
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The merging of healthcare and technology is changing how we care for our bodies. It's also creating investment opportunities, such as these five medical technology stocks.
Inground Pool Financing: Installation Costs & More
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Few things in life are as refreshing as a cool dip in a sparkling pool on a hot day, and rather than pay to use a community pool, wouldn’t it be nice to have one in your own backyard? If you’ve been thinking about building an inground pool, there are several things you need to […]

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7 Ways to Boost Your Credit Score Fast
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Your financial security might soon depend upon the strength of your credit score.
10 Signs You’re Living Beyond Your Means
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10 Signs You're Living Beyond Your Means

Living beyond your means is an easy trap to fall into. And if you’re not keeping close track of everything that’s coming in and going out of your financial account, you may not even realize you’re doing it. But if you often run out of money before the month is over — and you don’t […]

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Do I Need a Long Term Savings Account?
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Do I Need a Long Term Savings Account?

A long-term savings account, as the name implies, is one opened to deposit and hold money for a longer period of time. They can be contrasted to checking accounts used to pay monthly bills or regular savings accounts that might earn interest, but maybe not much. A long-term savings plan might be set up for […]

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5 Ways You Can Save $500,000 in 15 Years
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Even if you're behind in preparing for retirement, there is still a way to pull together a solid nest egg if you focus.
Dear Penny: Can I Kick My Husband Out if I’m Not on the Mortgage?
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Dear Penny, My husband and I have been married for almost seven years. Two and a half years ago we bought a house. My credit is horrible so it had to be financed by him alone, but I pay the mortgage every month.  We live in New York. Can I make him leave if things […]

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Understanding the Yield to Maturity (YTM) Formula
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When investors evaluate which bonds to buy, they often take a look at yield to maturity (YTM), the total rate of return a bond will earn over its life, assuming it has made all interest payments and repaid the principal. Calculating YTM can be complicated. Doing so takes into account a bond’s face value, current […]

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