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Boomer Women On Their March On Washington

At the Women's March on Washington, boomer and Gen X women brought memories and families.

Ask Larry: ???Should I Divorce My Husband Of 24 Years To Collect Off My Deceased Ex?

Today’s column delves into widow(er)'s benefit eligibility, spousal benefits, surviving child benefits and the earnings test.

Here's How Being An On-Call Employee Really Effects Your Life (And Your Finances)

What it's like to hold your Saturday in case you have to work — but not get paid if you aren't called in.

Retiring: Seniors Welcome New, Battery-Powered Friends

Cutting-edge innovations are set to upend some of the constants of growing old.

Unknown Company Trying To Avoid CFPB's Grasp, Cites Recent D.C. Decision

A structured settlement company is suing the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, arguing it should not face enforcement action by the bureau given that a federal appeals court has found the agency is unconstitutionally structured.

How You Can Cash In On The Explosive Market For Signed Mickey Mantle Cards

With the recent sale of a signed 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle baseball card for $97,200, attention is focusing on the growing value of autographed baseball cards. Fortunately this vibrant part of the hobby fits all budgets.

Are You Prepared For Life After Obamacare?

If you're one of the millions who will be impacted, there are things you can do now to make sure you don’t perish along with the doomed law.

How To Get Your Boss To Let You Work From Home

Some employers are leery about letting employees work from home. Here's how to address those fears and how to work remotely efficiently.

How To Make Your Money Last This Semester

With an ounce of planning, the right college budget can free you from money worries so you can focus on your studies — and graduate with less debt. How To Make Your Money Last This Semester appeared first on Money Under 30. © Moneyblogs, LLC.

GFC 082: Why We Told a Millionaire They Couldn’t Retire Twice

Congratulations!  You finally reached it, millionaire status.  For many retirees reaching the point where you have over $1 million of investments is quite an accomplishment. Many people work decades saving and scraping along the way and don’t reach this milestone but you got there and you’re on cloud nine because the sky’s the limit. Show More Summary

Questions About Flipping Houses, Scentsy, Journaling, Intermittent Fasting and More!

What’s inside? Here are the questions answered in today’s reader mailbag, boiled down to summaries of five or fewer words. Click on the number to jump straight down to the question. 1. Where should retirement savings go? 2. Buying furniture on credit 3. Show More Summary

Trump Spikes TPP, Plans To Renegotiate NAFTA, But Effects On Workers Remain Unclear

Donald Trump is moving ahead on withdrawing from the TPP and renegotiating NAFTA. But it's unclear whether the problem for jobs is in the details of the agreements or the principles under which they are conceived.

Stock Price Divergence And Consumer Happiness Are Creating Investing Opportunities

We’re seeing consumer happiness dropping in some interesting brands, as the stocks sit near all-time highs. You can think of this as a real-time channel check to determine how consumers on Main Street are reacting at the product level, before it becomes financial news on Wall Street.

Tax Guide: Phaseouts Keyed To AGI And Modified AGI

Many tax and benefit formulas wrap around adjusted gross income. This reference tool sets out the formulas for 21 different AGI rules.

7 Financial Tips To Avoid January's High Divorce Rate

With Valentine’s Day a few weeks away, it might seem coldhearted to be writing about divorce, but there are reportedly more divorce filings nationwide in January than in any other month.

?The 3 Most Important Things To Do When Your Flight Is Cancelled

Winter storm flight delays are the worst. Get ahead of your flight cancellation with these essential tactics.

Why Silver May Be the Most Undervalued Asset in the World

The recent admission by several banks that the gold and silver markets are manipulated has many people claiming that the bankers’ hijinks is proof positive that precious metals have been artificially undervalued for many years in order to maintain confidence in the US dollar and other fiat currencies. To be sure, there is plenty of […]

Almost Half of Job Applicants Make This Same Foolish Mistake

Hiring professionals in industries far and wide, when looking at applications ranging from entry-level to upper management, say almost 50% of the applicants are making the same mistake. Is it grammar? Poor choice of words? Not completing an online test, or answering questions incorrectly? It's...

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