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    NFL Week 2 schedule 2020: How to watch Seahawks vs. Patriots, TV channel, scores, SNF kickoff time, who plays tonight, picks Penn Badgley and Domino Kirke welcome their first child Most Americans don't know these lucrative Social Security "secrets" Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/9 SLIDES © Monkey Business Images / Shutterstock.com 8 Signs That It’s Time for You to Unretire After spending decades in the workplace, retirement may sound attractive. But many people develop second thoughts soon after leaving their jobs. Just because someone is 65 or older doesn’t mean they’re ready to stop working. Some people miss...
    US coronairus: Most of the US is heading in the wrong direction again with Covid-19 cases Spice Up Pumpkin Spice Season With These 7 Custom Starbucks Drink Orders Most Americans don't know these lucrative Social Security "secrets" Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/9 SLIDES © Getty Images Plan, plan, and plan some more Retirement is an exciting period of life, but it can also be a daunting one given the financial uncertainties involved. Your best bet, therefore, is to go in prepared for what lies ahead, and you can do so by making sure to reach these milestones before...
    Could Philip Rivers eventually find himself on the hot seat? How This Latinx Beauty Founder Uses Makeup to Connect With Her Heritage Healthcare Costs Are Seniors Biggest Financial Concern for Retirement, but Few Are Planning for Them Close your eyes for a minute and imagine your dream retirement. Does the image you conjured involve travel? Spending time with family? Enjoying hobbies or putting your efforts into a cause you care about? © Provided by The Motley Fool Healthcare Costs Are Seniors' Biggest Financial Concern for Retirement, but Few Are Planning for Them Among the things you probably didn't picture were visits to hospitals, spending time in long-term care facilities, or taking prescription drugs, but those, too, are part of...
    Lions rule out Nick Williams The $20 Tunic Amazon Shoppers Call Their ‘Favorite Shirt’ 4 Must-Have Documents for a Peaceful Retirement Most people can't wait for retirement, and even more would likely opt for some form of early retirement if they had the opportunity. Whenever you ultimately decide to cut down your time at work or leave the workforce altogether, you need to ensure that you have a full slate of estate planning documents in place. These documents exist in the event of your untimely demise or incapacitation, at which time your family will need explicit instruction as to how to proceed. Here, we'll discuss the four key documents in constructing an effective estate plan. © Provided by The...
    Khamzat Chimaev says hes no Khabib No. 2; predicts finishes of Kamaru Usman, Israel Adesanya Ahmaud Arbery: Mother says fundraising efforts exploit her sons death New Retirees Better Prepare for 25% Smaller Social Security Checks at 73 Social Security has long been one of the most important sources of income that retirees receive. But while these benefits should provide a reliable, steady source of funds that are guaranteed for life, the program is facing serious financial trouble. And that could have dire consequences for those depending on their benefits. © Provided by The Motley Fool New Retirees Better Prepare for 25% Smaller Social Security Checks at 73 Sadly, retirees could experience these consequences sooner than you'd think. In fact,...
    Rochester shooting: Two people were killed and 14 wounded during backyard party shooting Foods you can and cant keep after their expiration date Ron Gardenhire: Health issues reason for retirement Ron Gardenhire announced on Saturday his retirement from his role as manager of the Detroit Tigers. The 62-year-old is dealing with health issues, which led to the decision. © Tim Fuller-USA TODAY Sports Detroit Tigers manager Ron Gardenhire has retired. Gardenhire hasn’t felt well since dealing with a stomach virus a few weeks ago. He also has experienced tremors in his hands. Additionally, stress and stomach issues were problematic for Gardenhire. Ron Gardenhire: ‘I know I have to take care of myself.’ Gardenhire, a cancer survivor, said the stress...
    Getty Images Saving for retirement is crucial. Yet trying to figure out the best retirement plan may leave many people confused. You may have the option to contribute to an employer-sponsored plan, like a 401(k) plan. There are also individual retirement accounts: the traditional, into which contributions are made pre-tax, and Roth IRAs, in which you contribute money after tax. There are a number of factors to consider in making your decision, depending on your age, employment and income.401(k)You may have the ability to contribute to a retirement plan sponsored by your employer, typically a 401(k). Contributions are automatically deducted through your paycheck pre-tax, which lowers your table income. Once you withdraw the money in retirement, it will be taxed...
    Drew Lock wondered if he should whisper in the huddle in empty stadium How You Make Friends, According to Your Zodiac Sign How Much You Need for Retirement Depends on These 4 Factors How much money do you need for retirement? You hear large numbers quoted all of the time that make retirement planning seem intimidating and out of your reach. The amount of money you need isn't a blanket number, though. Your own individual circumstances define how much money you need in retirement. These four factors will help you figure out what your number is. © Provided by The Motley Fool How Much You Need for Retirement Depends on These 4 Factors © Getty Images couple holding a...
    Southern California jolted by magnitude 4.5 earthquake, another worry after raging wildfires 25 Towns Devastated by Losing a Single Company Most Americans don't know these lucrative Social Security "secrets" Ad Microsoft Incredible Blanket Puts Humans In A Deep Sleep, Melting Stress Away Ad Microsoft 23 Gadgets That Could Sell Out Before the Holidays Ad Microsoft ...
    The 1996 draft class is one of the most talented classes in NBA history. Allen Iverson, Kobe Bryant, and Steve Nash were the three best players out of it, and they had some of the best on-court battles during the 2000s. But once they retired and were off the court, only Kobe stood out. During his appearance on JJ Redick’s podcast, Nash spoke about how Kobe handled retirement so gracefully. “I was impressed as much of anything about how Kobe was handling retirement,” Nash said. “He obviously won an academy award. He was an incredible father, advocate for young players, and especially the WNBA players. “So for him to kinda move so fluidly into retirement, at least from a distance,...
    Empty malls are getting some surprising new tenants 5 Major Changes Youll See at Starbucks Moving Forward LVMH Submits $16 Billion Tiffany Deal for European Approval (Bloomberg) -- LVMH said that it has submitted its proposed $16 billion deal to buy Tiffany & Co. to the European Commission for antitrust review as the luxury-goods giant tries to show it is making a good-faith effort even while attempting to back out of the acquisition. © Photographer: Sarah Blesener/Bloomberg Jewelry sits on display in the Tiffany & Co. flagship store on Fifth Avenue in New York, U.S., on Thursday, March 15, 2018. Tiffany & Co. is scheduled to release earnings figures on March 16. In a statement Friday, LVMH said it...
    Suspects open fire on home of New Jersey police officers and newborn baby; reward offered Insider Retail: McDonalds Travis Scott collaboration is a success, but its spicy chicken nuggets disappoint S&P 500 Declines for a Third Day as Tech Shares Slide Stocks traded lower Friday amid signs of a patchy U.S. recovery and as global coronavirus infections have started surging again. Tech shares were the leading decliners. © TheStreet S&P 500 Declines for a Third Day as Tech Shares Slide The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 176 points, or 0.63%, to 27,725. The S&P 500 was down 1.08%, falling for a third straight day, and the Nasdaq was down 1.59%. Oracle , Apple and Microsoft traded to...
    We fled the smoke out West and just kept going (opinion) National Cheeseburger Day 2020: Find deals and free food Friday at McDonalds, Applebees and more Taking a CARES Act Retirement Plan Withdrawal? Prepare for This Tax Surprise Millions of Americans have lost their jobs in the course of the COVID-19 outbreak, and even those who are working may be grappling with financial concerns. If you're finding yourself needing money but don't have much in the bank, you might assume that your next best bet is to tap your retirement savings. © Provided by The Motley Fool Taking a CARES Act Retirement Plan Withdrawal? Prepare for This Tax Surprise Generally, taking a withdrawal from an IRA or 401(k) prior...
    Retired mixed martial arts superstar Conor McGregor is in talks with Ultimate Fighting Championship about a potential comeback in the coming months, UFC President Dana White said on Thursday. "We're actually working on some fun stuff for Conor at the beginning of next year," White told ESPN. "He should be back next year. I'm not saying he's coming back to fight, guaranteed, but we're talking right now about some stuff." A former UFC titleholder in two weight classes, McGregor hasn’t fought professionally since January. The 32-year-old star announced his retirement from the UFC earlier this year after negotiations broke down for his next fight. UFC STAR CONOR MCGREGOR'S REPS DENY SEXUAL ASSAULT ALLEGATIONS Both McGregor and White insisted that his...
    Twitter reacts to ex-Bellator champ Michael Chandler signing with UFC The best deals at Costco right now Savvy Americans do this to earn an extra $1,394 per month in retirement Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/9 SLIDES © Rawpixel.com / Shutterstock.com 8 Tips for Building a Useful Retirement Plan This story originally appeared on NewRetirement. Everyone knows that they need a retirement plan. But that means different things to different people, and not every plan counts as a truly useful retirement plan. Sometimes a retirement plan is something that is prepared for you by a professional. It is likely...
    Aaron Rodgers comes around to Green Bay Packers offense using more motion Virtual weddings are becoming the norm during the pandemic, and wedding planners think theyre here to stay Airline CEOs meet with White House in last-minute plea for more coronavirus aid Airline CEOs and unions are seeking another $25 billion in federal aid to preserve jobs through March. The provision that preserves jobs expires Sept. 30, setting the stage for more than 30,000 industry job cuts. The executives met with White House chief of staff Mark Meadows. © Provided by CNBC A passenger aircraft of American Airlines. U.S. airline CEOs met with White House chief of staff Mark Meadows on Thursday, making a last-minute attempt to...
    Bayern Munich told to start league season behind closed doors Host and hostess gifts thatll get you invited back Youll Be Shocked at How Many Americans Saved Nothing for Retirement in the Past Year Social Security generally doesn't provide enough income for seniors to live on -- at least comfortably, anyway. The average recipient today collects about $18,000 a year, but if your earnings are below average, you may be in line for a smaller benefit once you retire. That's why it's crucial to save money for retirement on your own. If you don't, you'll risk winding up cash-strapped once your time in the workforce comes to an end. © Provided by The Motley Fool You'll Be Shocked at...
    TALK about letting yourself go after retirement. One Premier League winner has done exactly that as pictures of the former Chelsea man surfaced with a shaggy grey beard and tattoos. View this post on Instagram Eski dost İstanbula gelince.. #kezman A post shared by Senad Ok (@senadokk) on Jun 28, 2020 at 8:11am PDT In a stunning transformation, the ex-player has certainly been enjoying his freedom. And it would appear he has not ventured into a barbers for a couple of years with his messy, overgrown mop and Santa-esque beard. In fact, he looks as though he has been trapped on a desert island for a long time. CHELSEA NEWS LIVE: Click here for the latest Blues news...
    Oregon fires: Oregon authorities battle conspiracy theories as firefighters fight the flames 9 Ways Trader Joes Changed the Way We Grocery Shop Europe’s Car Sales Fall 18%, Dashing Hopes for a Comeback (Bloomberg) -- European car sales plunged by nearly a fifth in August, dashing hopes that the industry was starting to recover from the pandemic and suggesting that the market could remain depressed through year-end. The results snapped a three-month streak of easing declines, the European Automobile Manufacturers Association said Thursday. Sales had slipped only 3.7% from a year ago in July. © Bloomberg Double Dip While government subsidies helped sales recover in recent months, France’s scrappage program that offered 5,000-euro ($5,900) subsidies toward new-car purchases expired at...
    Pensacolas Three Mile Bridge is missing a section as Hurricane Sally lashes the coast Travis Scott was reportedly fined after his surprise stop at a McDonalds in California was swarmed by 500 people Savvy Americans do this to earn an extra $1,394 per month in retirement Ad Microsoft Wearing This 30 Mins/Day Reverses Years Of Bad Posture & Back Pain Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/12 SLIDES © wavebreakmedia / Shutterstock.com 11 Figures You Need to Know for a Secure Retirement This story originally appeared on NewRetirement. Figuring out if you...
    The Bucks arent going to trade for Chris Paul... and the reason why should concern Bucks fans 17 Myths About the Human Body That Just Won’t Go Away TFSA: How to Buy 10 Years of Retirement for $6,000 In 2009, the Canadian government revealed a new tax-free account for investors. Called the Tax-Free Savings Account (TFSA), it allowed investors to hold securities tax-free. In some ways, it was similar to the existing RRSP, allowing tax-free compounding. Unlike the RRSP, however, the TFSA allowed tax-free withdrawals. © Provided by The Motley Fool Happy Retirement” on a road This feature made the TFSA into a popular retirement savings vehicle. In 2016, the TFSA eclipsed the RRSP, with $55 billion in contributions...
    Rays hope newly found speed pays against Nationals Products you didnt know were made by Tesla 3 Rules for Deciding When to Retire Timing your retirement right is crucial because your decision about when to leave the workforce is going to affect the amount of money available for the rest of your life. © Provided by The Motley Fool 3 Rules for Deciding When to Retire To ensure you make the right choice, here are three key rules you'll want to follow.  1. Know how your Social Security benefits will be affected You don't have to claim Social Security benefits when you retire, but most people do because they provide a much-needed source of income. If you're going to...
    Transfer news: USMNT’s Sergino Dest to Barcelona 18 Random Amazon Finds That Will Make an Aries Say, “I Need That” Snowflakes complicated ties to Amazon are a big risk as investors prepare for one of years hottest IPOs Snowflake has committed to spending $1.2 billion on Amazon Web Services, which has software that competes with Snowflake. Amazon started taking Snowflake more seriously in 2018, people familiar with the matter said. © Provided by CNBC Frank Slootman, CEO, Snowflake Snowflake's stock market debut on Wednesday has generated buzz on Wall Street because investors almost never see a company with close to $500 million in annualized revenue that's still doubling every year. Load Error Yet one of Snowflake's...
    Lions still want to mix in other backs with Adrian Peterson Amazon is selling the perfect knitted dress- and its just £19.99 Vedanta Wins Case Against India for $499 Million Claim (Bloomberg) -- India’s top court ruled that Vedanta Ltd. is entitled to recover a $499 million arbitration award from the federal government for developing oil and gas fields off the coast of India’s Andhra Pradesh state. © Bloomberg Signage for Vedanta Resources Ltd. is displayed at the company's office building in Mumbai, India, on Thursday, March 6, 2020. The world’s most expansive lockdown to contain the coronavirus could slow the pace of distressed dealmaking in India, according to Vedanta Head of Mergers and Acquisitions Aarti Raghavan. The Supreme...
    CBS HQ AM template: For September 16 50 Black actors who made entertainment history Cargill Went Shopping for China Assets on Jack Ma’s Auction Site (Bloomberg) -- Taobao, China’s answer to Amazon.com, sells everything from groceries to clothes to knickknacks -- and more recently has also become a platform for the top food trader to make a strategic expansion. © Bloomberg Soybeans are sold at a stall in a wholesale grains market in Shanghai, China, on Tuesday, June 16, 2020. Chinese soy processors need more soybeans for the fourth quarter and early next year as supplies from Brazil taper off seasonally. Cargill Inc., the agribusiness giant that’s also America’s largest privately-held company, won a judicial auction to buy a...
    Nuggets stun Clippers with historic 3-1 comeback Net-a-porter Names New ‘Vanguard’ Designers Vedanta Wins Case Against India for $499 Million Award Claim (Bloomberg) -- India’s top court ruled that Vedanta Ltd. is entitled to recover a $499 million arbitration award from the federal government for developing oil and gas fields in India’s Rajasthan state. © Bloomberg Signage for Vedanta Resources Ltd. is displayed at the company's office building in Mumbai, India, on Thursday, March 6, 2020. The world’s most expansive lockdown to contain the coronavirus could slow the pace of distressed dealmaking in India, according to Vedanta Head of Mergers and Acquisitions Aarti Raghavan. The Supreme Court on Wednesday rejected the Indian government’s petition, which had said that billionaire...
    Long-term injuries represent continued opportunity for cash-rich teams 11 People Who Should Never Try Intermittent Fasting Working for TikTok Won’t Be Illegal Under Trump Order, U.S. Says (Bloomberg) -- The U.S. government said working for TikTok Inc. won’t be illegal under an executive order by President Donald Trump that will prohibit Americans from transactions with the social-media network and its Chinese parent. © Bloomberg The download page for ByteDance Ltd.'s TikTok app is arranged for a photograph on a smartphone in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, on Monday, Sept. 14, 2020. Oracle Corp. is the winning bidder for a deal with TikTok’s U.S. operations, people familiar with the talks said, after main rival Microsoft Corp. announced its offer for...
    The financial services industry seems very exorcised by a relatively modest proposal in Joe Biden’s tax plan — namely, changing the tax incentive to save for retirement from a deduction to a flat, refundable tax credit. Let’s see if this proposed change would really “upend” our entire 401(k) system. Saving under current law is tax advantaged. Employers and individuals take an immediate deduction for contributions to retirement plans and participants pay no tax on investment returns until benefits are paid out in retirement. This favorable tax treatment significantly reduces the lifetime taxes of those who receive part of their compensation in contributions to retirement plans relative to those who receive all their earnings in cash wages. Read:...
    American women are far behind men in terms of preparing for retirement. Even before COVID-19, women by the age of 65 were 80% more likely than men to be living at or below the poverty line. Women aged 75-to-79 were three times more likely to fall below the poverty level. Women also are more likely to outlive their investments. One reason is that women live longer than men. In 2017, the average life expectancy for a 65-year-old woman in the U.S. was 86 years, versus 83 years for a man.  Moreover, one out of three women will live to 90, while just one out of five men will do so. Another reason for women being less secure financially...
    Athletics reportedly will sign former All-Star Jake Lamb How to Create the Perfect Work Space for Kids at Home Gilead Nears $20 Billion Deal for Immunomedics, WSJ Says (Bloomberg) -- Gilead Sciences Inc. is close to finalizing a deal to buy Immunomedics Inc. and its Trodelvy breast-cancer drug for more than $20 billion, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing unidentified people familiar with the matter. © Photographer: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg A scientist at Gilead Sciences works in a laboratory in Foster City, California. A deal could be announced by Monday, if the talks don’t fall apart or a rival bid emerge, the report said. Morris Plains, New Jersey-based Immunomedics has a market value of $9.8 billion, according to data...
    Behold: This Belgian soccer league miss is so bad you will scream Best war movies of all time Data Shows That Workers Are Waiting Much Too Long to Start Saving for Retirement Social Security won't cover all of your bills in retirement. You can expect those benefits to replace about 40% of your job-related income if you're an average earner, but most seniors need a lot more money than that to keep up with their bills in retirement. That's where personal savings come in, whether in the form of an IRA or 401(k). But new data from Transamerica reveals that the among today's retirees who made an effort to save independently, the median age they started at was 40....
    Don’t miss these top money and investing features: The Trump administration wants to discourage your 401(k) from including ESG investment options What’s happening now with M&A is going to make today’s stock investors wish they’d sold sooner The investment debt you owe Sam Eisenstadt What if I keep my money in a savings account instead of investing it? Summer turns to fall, the coronavirus is still widespread, the U.S. economy is mending in some places but not others, and many investors may be experiencing a sense that nothing in their portfolio seems to fit quite right. These money and investing stories, popular with MarketWatch readers over the past week, can...
    Virginia-Virginia Tech game on Sept. 19 postponed after Virginia Tech suspends practices Candace Cameron Bure Has Starred in Over 20 Hallmark Movies, So Get Ready For a Marathon Social Security Benefits Could Be Cut by 2031. Heres What That Means for Retirees For millions of retirees, Social Security benefits make the difference between enjoying a comfortable lifestyle and struggling to make ends meet. In fact, nearly one-quarter of married couples and close to half of unmarried beneficiaries depend on their monthly checks for at least 90% of their retirement income, according to the Social Security Administration. © Provided by The Motley Fool Social Security Benefits Could Be Cut by 2031. Here's What That Means for Retirees However, Social Security...
    From MarketWatch: What has COVID-19 done to our retirement savings?: The pandemic has turned nearly every facet of society upside down, but it has the potential to do serious damage to Americans’ nest eggs. When my dad died I inherited my uncle’s IRA. How do I figure out the RMD?: Failing to take the required minimum distribution from an inherited retirement account can spell big trouble — and penalty fees — for you. These... Get the retirement you deserve Retirement Weekly is the only weekly online resource that specializes exclusively in the financial, lifestyle, and health care issues of retirement. Learn More 30-day free trial. Already a subscriber? Log in Prepare for unpredictable life events Get...
    Fauci: US wont get back to normal until late 21 This Salmonella Outbreak Has Officially Expanded to 47 States NYSE Exchanges to Prepare for Potential Move From New Jersey (Bloomberg) -- The New York Stock Exchange said it will test its ability to operate outside of New Jersey as the state considers a tax on financial transactions. © Bloomberg A pedestrian wearing a face mask looks at a smartphone while passing in front of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, U.S., on Monday, July 20, 2020. U.S. stocks fluctuated in light trading as investors are keeping an eye on Washington, where lawmakers will begin hammering out a rescue package to replace some of the expiring benefits...
    Unheralded Huesler beats Lopez in straight sets for 1st semi 21 Wardrobe Staples Selling Out on Amazon Savvy Americans do this to earn an extra $1,394 per month in retirement Ad Microsoft New Car Gadget Magically Removes Scratches & Dents Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/12 SLIDES © Getty Images It's never too early (or too late) to start planning for retirement Retirement may not be top of mind for you right now, and given the global pandemic, the recession, and every other twist 2020 has thrown at us so far,...
    Have I not been pessimistic enough? In a recent column, you may recall, I argued that retirees are caught on a treadmill fueled by low interest rates. On the one hand those low rates are crucial to keeping the stock bull market going, but on the other hand those rates mean that your portfolio dollars don’t go as far as they did previously. In short, retirees are having to run faster just to stay even. Read: How to buy 10 years of retirement for $3,650 Gloomy as this was, it was nothing compared with the picture painted by the popular Financial Samurai blog. As fellow columnist Shawn Langlois summarized, the author of this blog in effect argued that you would...
    This father drove through flames to find his son This Popular Grocery Chain Is Adding Pickup Service to 480 Stores Trump Won’t Extend Deadline for TikTok to Arrange U.S. Sale (Bloomberg) -- President Donald Trump said he won’t extend his Sept. 15 deadline for ByteDance Ltd. to sell the U.S. operations of its popular TikTok video-sharing app. © Bloomberg The logo for ByteDance Ltd.'s TikTok app is arranged for a photograph on a smartphone in Hong Kong, China, on Friday, Aug. 7, 2020. President Donald Trump signed a pair of executive orders prohibiting U.S. residents from doing business with the Chinese-owned TikTok and WeChat apps beginning 45 days from now, citing the national security risk of leaving Americans' personal...
    As Paxton experiences setback, Yankees, Os rained out 23 Reasons Were Glad We Grew Up in the 70s J.C. Penney Posts Steep Sales Decline for Second Quarter (Bloomberg) -- J.C. Penney Co. sales plunged 45% in the second quarter as the department-store chain entered bankruptcy and struggled with an accelerated shift away from physical stores and the Covid-19 outbreak. © Bloomberg A closed JC Penney Co. store stands in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee, U.S., on Thursday, April 16, 2020. J.C. Penney is skipping an interest payment, putting the struggling retailer on the path toward a potential default on its debt. Net sales fell to $1.39 billion in the period ended Aug. 1 from $2.51 billion a year earlier, the company...
    Louisiana police officer on leave and 2 others were pulled from duty after Black teen arrested at bowling alley Brilliant restaurants doing home delivery in every state Bargain-hunter favorite Century 21 to close its doors for good Century 21 Stores — a destination for bargain hunters looking for fat deals on designer dresses and shoes, cosmetics and housewares for nearly 60 years — has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and is winding down its business, shutting all 13 stores across New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Florida. © / Getty Images New York Cityscapes And City Views In a statement, Century 21 said that the decision followed nonpayment by the company's insurance providers of approximately $175 million due under...
    Why retirement benefits are critical to hire and retain talented employees in remote Covid era Mid-Engine Masterpiece: 2021 Maserati MC20 Boasts Trick Engine, 621 HP Savvy Americans do this to earn an extra $1,394 per month in retirement Ad Microsoft New Car Gadget Magically Removes Scratches & Dents Ad Microsoft 23 Gadgets That Could Sell Out Before the Holidays Ad Microsoft ...
    Some of the most popular articles I’ve written are about very-long-term investments for young investors, and today I offer you a new approach that’s relatively inexpensive and doesn’t require much work. Over a long lifetime, it’s likely to be very effective. Your cost as a parent or grandparent: $1 per day for as long as you wish to contribute. I’ll focus on 10 years, because that will let you create what I think is the very best long-term portfolio. Three years ago, I wrote an article offering a plan to “make your your kid rich for $1 a day.” I imagined the parents of a baby girl investing $365 for her every year until she was 18,...
    Athletics: Warholm comes up short again in world record attempt 5 Hacks For The Best Scrambled Eggs Ever Consumers increase borrowing in July for the second month in a row THE FED © Getty Images Consumers are borrowing more for auto loans and college tuition, but they are also using their credit cards more often. The numbers: Consumer borrowing rose again in July largely for big purchases such as new autos or college tuition, but Americans remained cautious about spending in light of the U.S. economy’s slow recovery from the coronavirus. Load Error The use of credit has risen twice in a row after slumping from March through May, according to the latest Federal Reserve report. Outstanding...
    New York may move state colleges with COVID-19 spikes to remote learning Costco, Trader Joe’s, Aldi: How do they stay so cheap? S&P 500 Falls 2%, Nasdaq Slides for a Third Day as Tech Retreats Stocks fell sharply Tuesday as technology shares continued their rapid retreat and after President Trump vowed to end the country's reliance on trade with China. © TheStreet S&P 500 Falls 2%, Nasdaq Slides for a Third Day as Tech Retreats The Dow Jones Industrial Average slumped 446 points, or 1.59%, to 27,687, the S&P 500 was down 1.99% and the Nasdaq dropped 2.84%, its third straight down day. Load Error Shares of Apple were down 4.12%, while Microsoft fell 3.92%. The...
    Vaccine makers vow to keep politics out of science Labor Day barbecue food safety: Grilling your burgers wrong could be risky this holiday weekend Dow Slumps, Nasdaq Slides for a Third Day as Tech Retreats Stocks fell sharply Tuesday as technology shares continued their rapid retreat and after President Trump vowed to end the country's reliance on trade with China. © TheStreet Dow Slumps, Nasdaq Slides for a Third Day as Tech Retreats The Dow Jones Industrial Average slumped 424 points, or 1.51%, to 27,708, the S&P 500 was down 1.53% and the Nasdaq dropped 1.88%, its third straight down day. Load Error Shares of Apple were down 2.94%, while Microsoft fell 2.58%. The tech-heavy Nasdaq...
    California wildfires: Historic fire season forces blackouts and helicopter rescues; Oregon issues evacuation orders Labor Day barbecue food safety: Grilling your burgers wrong could be risky this holiday weekend A majority of Americans have no money saved for their children: CNBC + Acorns survey Whether it's a standard savings account or college fund, the majority of Americans aren't stowing away any money for their children. Most Americans arent saving for their kids during the pandemic CNBC See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next How you can save $1 million for retirement USA TODAY How much the most populous states pay mail carriers GOBankingRates Creepy ways your company can...
    Wall of Moms may have imploded but Black-led groups are picking up where it left off in Portland Restaurants should cut calories in pizzas, fries, and garlic bread by up to 20% to tackle obesity during COVID-19, the UK government says A Kiplinger-Alliance for Lifetime Income Poll: Americans & Retirement Security Americans are generally upbeat about their prospects for a secure and comfortable retirement, even after feeling the effects of the coronavirus pandemic and stock market volatility. But preretirees are less confident than those already retired about creating a secure income stream in retirement. © Provided by Kiplinger SEE MORE How to Create Income for Life Those are among the conclusions of a new poll conducted by...
    Slovenia in Tour de France spotlight with Roglic and Pogacar 5 Foods Youll Never See at Dunkin Again Visa is being investigated by the European Commission over its rules for fintechs © Tom Werner/Getty Images Tom Werner/Getty Images The European Commission is investigating Visa's rules for fintech companies using its network, the company has revealted.  Regulators are concerned that Visa may struggle to identify fraud and money laundering among fintechs, industry insiders told the Times newspaper. Visa, which mentioned the investigation in a quarterly report, said it is cooperating. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Visa is facing a European Commission inquiry over its rules for fintech companies using its networks, after being accused of anti-competitive...
    French Open to allow 11,500 fans per day between the three showcourts 5 Foods Youll Never See at Dunkin Again Stricter 2030 Climate Goal for Europe to Be Proposed on Sept. 16 (Bloomberg) -- The European Commission will likely unveil a stricter 2030 emissions-cut target on September 16, paving the way for fraught negotiations between governments and lawmakers over a policy goal that will require sweeping overhauls in the functioning of the continent’s economy. © Bloomberg Ursula von der Leyen, president of the European Commission, addresses the European Parliament in Brussels, Belgium, on Wednesday, July 8, 2020. Europe is pinning its green hopes on hydrogen in a plan that sees hundreds of billions euros in investment flowing into...
    CONOR MCGREGOR is being put through his paces ahead of Princess Charlene's Monaco water bike challenge. The former UFC champion has retired from MMA for the third time and he is now training with a new goal in mind. 5Conor McGregor has admitted he wants to win the endurance race Credit: Goff Photos 5Conor McGregor is in training ahead of this weekend's race Credit: Goff Photos McGregor has to travel from Calvi to Monaco as quickly as possible on a water bike. Over a distance of 180km, two teams of four will battle it out to cross the line first. The aim of the endurance race, which will take part on 12-13 September, is to raise...
    Who will replace the NFL players who opted out of the 2020 season? History of workers strikes in America Is It Time for Investors to Ditch Their 401(k)s for Retirement? The workplace-sponsored 401(k) is touted as one of the best places to save for retirement. And there's good reason for that. Contributions are pulled in from your paycheck and invested automatically. Withdrawal restrictions discourage you from reaching into those funds even as the balance grows to six figures or more. And tax deferrals eliminate the annual tax bite that can slow your investment growth. © Provided by The Motley Fool Is It Time for Investors to Ditch Their 401(k)s for Retirement? Still, even with those perks, you may benefit...
    The police shooting of Jacob Blake, explained Pharma chiefs vow no cut corners in vaccine race Whole Foods without shoppers: Amazon trying out dark store as part of vision for future of online grocery shopping Corrections & Clarifications: An earlier version of this story gave the wrong number of Whole Foods temporary online-only stores that have converted back to traditional stores. Four stores have converted back. Online only Whole Foods stores opens in Brooklyn USA TODAY See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next How you can save $1 million for retirement USA TODAY How much the most populous states pay mail carriers GOBankingRates Creepy ways your company can...
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    Americans for Limited Government will be flying a huge banner over Joe Biden’s beach house on Labor Day. The group told Breitbart News that a plane bringing attention to Biden’s soft spot for China will be flying over Biden’s Rehoboth Beach home on Monday afternoon. “There’s a good bet Hidin’ Joe Biden will be holed-up in the basement of his Rehoboth Beach house on Labor Day and we want to get his attention,” ALG President Rick Manning told Breitbart News. “As vice president, Joe Biden brokered a sweetheart deal with China that could blow up the retirement accounts of millions of hard-working Americans by poisoning them with unaudited, risky Chinese assets. We want Joe to know his China collusion at...
    Getty Kyle Emanuel with Melvin Ingram. It’s been a bloody Saturday for the Las Vegas Raiders as they’ve had to make some brutal cuts to their roster. One player who looked like he had a shot to make the roster was linebacker Kyle Emanuel. The former Los Angeles Charger has a good amount of starting experience and seemed like a good fit. However, the team is letting him go, according to Anthony Galaviz of the Fresno Bee. #Raiders released LB Kyle Emanuel, per source. — Anthony Galaviz (@agalaviz_TheBee) September 5, 2020 The move was a bit of a surprise due to the fact that the Raiders don’t have great depth at linebacker. It appears the decision to...
    You might want to hold off on that Winnebago. The 4% Rule has long been used as a guideline for retirees in determining how much they should be able to withdraw from their retirement account while still maintaining a balance that will allow for the same income stream to flow through their golden years. But here’s a stark reality check from the man behind the popular Financial Samurai blog: “ ‘The 4% Rule as a safe withdrawal rate in retirement is dead.’ ” He explained to MarketWatch on Monday that the outdated rule was established back in 1998 by a group of professors at a time when the 10-year bond yield averaged 5%. “Therefore,...
    LFA 90 highlights: Watch Zviad Lazishvili claim vacant bantamweight strap States with the most farmland 3 Tips for Investing in Your 50s The years in your 50s are pivotal ages on the road to retirement. At this stage of life, you may be making plans for how you'll spend your senior years and when you'll close out your career. You might also be grappling with college tuition payments for your children or other expenses that eat up a lot of your income. © Provided by The Motley Fool 3 Tips for Investing in Your 50s That's why it's important to invest strategically during your 50s. And these three moves could set the stage for retirement success. 1. Keep buying...
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    CNBC crunched the numbers, and we can tell you the amount that investing your extra cash will equal when you are ready to retire.  Just a few things to remember: These numbers assume you put the money in a retirement account, you will get a 4% return on your investments and that you will retire at age 67.  The math also does not account for taxes, fees or any curveballs that life may throw at you. So plan accordingly.   Here's a case study for people who start saving at age 20.  Investing $100 per month will grow to more than $160,000 when you are ready to retire in 47 years.  At $500 a month, the same 20-year-old would retire with...
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    Pandemic Olympics: Japan starts virus countermeasure talks Never Put This In Your Body Before Bed If You Want to Sleep, Doctors Say The self-employed face a financial challenge during Covid-19: saving for retirement Saving for retirement could look very different during the pandemic. © Provided by CNBC Especially vulnerable are independent business owners and the self-employed, who in the best of times are on the hook for not only funding their own future retirement but daily income, as well. Even before the pandemic, just 13% of those tax filers participated in a workplace retirement plan. Load Error The self-employed are likely now having an even harder time saving for retirement — despite being able to collect jobless benefits using the pandemic unemployment...
    Offseason report cards for every NFL team How well do you remember 1969? Merger talk for Spanish banks drives up European equities, a day after Wall Street-led selloff EUROPE MARKETS © AFP via Getty Images The new headquarters of Merger talk for two Spanish banks drove gains for European markets on Friday, with gains in the financial sector helping to smooth the nerves of investors rattled by Wall Street’s biggest selloff since early June. U.S. stock futures indicated further losses for battered technology stocks, though. Load Error After tumbling 1.4% in a late-day slide, the Stoxx Europe 600 index (XX:SXXP) was up 0.4% to 367.60. The index opened 0.9% lower. The French CAC 40 (FR:PX1) and the German DAX...
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    Missouri athletes lead campus march for social justice Ranking Every Batman Movie, From Worst Reviewed to Best 5 Strategies You Need for Your 401k Making the most out of your 401k can make all the difference in the world when you're ready to retire. With the ability to sock away $19,500 per year -- or even $26,000 if you're over age 50  -- in a tax-advantaged way, it's fairly straightforward to wind up a millionaire by retirement just by using your 401k. © Provided by The Motley Fool 5 Strategies You Need for Your 401k Of course, just because it's straightforward doesn't mean it's easy. If it were easy, everyone would already be on track to reach that goal. To...
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    In today’s world, a one-size-fits-all idea of retirement doesn’t fit everyone. Rather than defining retirement as the total conclusion of a 40-year working career, individuals are increasingly retiring early, taking multiple smaller retirements, or working longer and only partially retiring. Thankfully, there’s a savings vehicle that offers specific benefits for each of these retirement concepts. Health savings accounts, or HSAs, provide powerful features to help account holders easily reach their successful version of retirement, whatever that looks like. HSAs and traditional retirement This is what most people think of when they think of retirement: working until age 65, then not working for the rest of your life. By putting away funds for retirement during your working career, you earn time...
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    kali9 | E+ | Getty Images It's not uncommon for retired homeowners to want to relocate or downsize. Yet if the move involves buying a house and financing that purchase, they may discover that qualifying for a mortgage is a bit different from the last time they bought a home. Not only have lenders tightened their credit during the pandemic, retirees generally have left a steady paycheck behind. "It can get tricky for retirees," said Al Bingham, a mortgage loan officer with Momentum Loans in Sandy, Utah. "You can have a lot of money but show very little income and have difficulty qualifying for a mortgage.  "It frustrates a lot of them," Bingham said. More from Personal Finance:Emergency savings are...
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    Joe and Margrit Fahan met while piloting for the same airline in the 1980s. Joe Fahan After flying together for years, married Delta Air Lines co-pilots Joe and Margrit Fahan flew their last plane together on August 13. The couple got married in 1992 and became co-pilots for Delta in 2014 after flying separately for decades. The coronavirus pandemic led Delta to ground most flights, and the airline offered the Fahans, both in their 60s, an early retirement. "It's kind of like watching your kid leave the house," Margrit told Insider of the couple's last flight together. "You're happy but you're holding back tears,"  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. After flying planes around the world together...
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    The Federal Reserve has kept interest rates low for more than a year, and new policy may keep it that way for the foreseeable future too, it said in a policy statement on Thursday. The central bank said it would tolerate inflation “moderately above 2%,” though it did not specify what exactly that meant. Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan clarified later that day that inflation could range between an annual rate of 2.25% and 2.5%. If that happens, the Federal Reserve may not increase interest rates as frequently. Inflation measures how quickly (or not) the price of goods and services grows, while the interest rate a lender uses to charge a borrower is often based on the Federal...
    As I wrote last time, many fewer carriers are selling traditional long-term care insurance policies and premiums are higher than they used to be. People who bought those policies years ago recently have been hit with huge premium increases because policyholders held on longer than carriers expected and have collected huge payouts insurers hadn’t prepared for. Right now, if you’re in your mid-50s and healthy, a typical individual long-term care policy would cost around $3,000 a year. Even without premium increases, that would... Get the retirement you deserve Retirement Weekly is the only weekly online resource that specializes exclusively in the financial, lifestyle, and health care issues of retirement. Learn More 30-day free trial. Already a subscriber? Log in...
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    Investing $1,000 per month until you retire can make you a millionaire — if you start early.  CNBC crunched the numbers, and we can tell you how much investing an extra $1,000 per month now will equal when you are ready to call it quits.  Just a few things to remember: These numbers assume you put the money in a retirement account, you get a 4% return on your investments and that you retire at age 67. Check out this video for a full breakdown of how big your savings will grow over time, and to see what age you would need to start investing to get to $1 million. Here's a case study.  A 20-year-old would need to invest $564,000,...
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    BERLIN (AP) — German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Friday that the decision not to run for office again in 2021 has allowed her to focus on tackling the coronavirus pandemic and other pressing problems during her final year in office. Merkel has seen her approval ratings rise during the pandemic but ruled out seeking a fifth term and remained coy about her post-retirement plans. “Of course it’s a special time if I don’t have to think about what the next election campaign will look like,” she told reporters during her annual news conference in Berlin. “But this gives me the possibility to concentrate on governing during this very challenging time.” The 66-year-old cited the pandemic as the main issue for...
    March on Washington, Jacob Blake shooting: 5 things to know Friday Cities with the highest organic food prices What the resignation of Japans Prime Minister Shinzo Abe could mean for markets Japan's longest-serving premier on Friday confirmed his intention to step down due to worsening health. Now, despite Abe's departure, analysts expect a continuation of the country's reflationary policies. The Abenomics policy of massive fiscal, monetary support and economic reforms "may not have achieved all of its aims, but it wasn't an unmitigated failure either, and Japan has made some important progress under his leadership," Robert Carnell, ING's regional head of research for Asia-Pacific, said in a research note on Friday. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe...
    NYC approves outdoor learning, but offers no plan for schools This Beloved Restaurant Chain Is Quietly Closing Some Locations Next up for the Federal Reserve: Convincing the markets it can do what it says it will do Chairman Jerome Powell announced Thursday that the Fed would allow inflation to run modestly higher for periods of time. Markets rallied on hopes for low rates into the future, but there also was plenty of skepticism that the Fed would be able to reach its goal. Inflation persistently has run a bit below the 2% target for most of the period since the Great Recession, and has fallen closer to 1% during the pandemic.  Markets expect more forward guidance and a...
    MLB roundup: Braves rookie leads charge in sweep of Yanks The Most Underrated Meals from Your Favorite Fast-Food Restaurants Transfer VHS Tapes, Film, and Photos to Digital Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/8 SLIDES © Drazen Zigic / iStock Are you heading towards retirement? Saving for retirement requires thoughtful planning and it’s never too late to start. Between paying for your everyday expenses including groceries, rent, student loans, bills and your ever-present coffee habit, it can seem nearly impossible to find a few dollars left over to put toward your future. However, building up a nest egg isn’t just important, it’s...
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