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    The country’s oldest Chinatown is fighting for its life in San Francisco UK minister complains that Netflix doesnt specify that The Crown is fictional The equation I use to figure out how much money to save for any goal within the next 5 years © Provided by Business Insider A simple equation breaks down the big goal into smaller, more achievable ones. Westend61/Getty Achieving any big financial goal requires some planning. If you know your target savings balance and when you want to reach it, you can easily calculate how much of each paycheck you need to save. Savings interest, bonuses, or pay raises could help boost your balance, but not factoring them in at the outset ensures...
    This Michigan mom endured a COVID-19 nightmare. Heres her story. Scottish leader says she could seek 2021 independence vote Dow trades nearly 400-points lower, but remains set for best month since 1987 © angela weiss/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images MARKET SNAPSHOT Load Error Stocks were seeing sharp losses Monday in the last trading session of November, but equities remain on track for a historic month as investors cheered progress toward vaccines while looking past a continued rise in COVID-19 cases. Stocks are coming off a holiday-shortened week that saw new peaks for major benchmarks: Analysts said stocks were taking a breather from their strong gains in November. Despite the weaker tone on Monday, equities are on pace for their biggest...
    Related Articles Cyber Monday set to be biggest online shopping day in U.S. history Can Bay Area startup’s firefighting drones save us from catastrophe? Marin County dominates racial segregation rankings in Bay Area according to UC Berkeley study Moderna says its data shows vaccine is 100 percent effective at preventing severe Covid-19 cases Marin drug company develops coronavirus nasal spray Stuck at home with not enough to do? Work your way through these year-end money and tax savings ideas. Jill Schlesinger  Consider a Roth or a Roth Conversion: For decades, the idea behind retirement planning was simple: save money by deferring taxation today, because years later, when you retire,...
    Missing boater is found clinging to his capsized boat off Floridas east coast A natural disaster unfolds as travelers disperse nationwide GlobalWafers in Talks to Buy Siltronic for $4.5 Billion (Bloomberg) -- Siltronic AG, a German manufacturer of silicon wafers, said it’s in advanced talks to be acquired by Taiwan’s GlobalWafers Co. for 3.75 billion euros ($4.5 billion), adding to a record year for deals in the global semiconductor industry. © Photographer: Maurice Tsai/Bloomberg A silicon wafer made by Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC) is arranged for a photograph at the company's headquarters in Hsinchu, Taiwan. Siltronic expects GlobalWafers to make an offer at 125 euros a share, a 10% premium from Friday’s close and a price that the...
    Mysterious metal monolith discovered in Utah disappears Dr. Anthony Fauci Says We May See a Surge Upon Surge of COVID-19 Cases, Warns of More Restrictions Niel, Pigasse Seek to Raise up to $360 Million for Consumer SPAC (Bloomberg) -- French billionaire Xavier Niel and two other partners are seeking to raise up to 300 million euros ($360 million) via a vehicle to be listed on the Paris stock exchange to pursue consumer deals with a sustainability angle. Load Error Niel, the billionaire behind telecom carrier Iliad SA, Matthieu Pigasse, the investment banker who’s running the Centerview Partners Paris office, and supermarket chain owner Moez-Alexandre Zouari are joining forces for a blank-check firm known as a special purpose acquisition...
    An Oregon mink farm has reported a Covid-19 outbreak US deaths projected to double soon 3 Financial Dates for Your September 2020 Calendar Life moves quickly. It’s easy to get distracted. But that can be costly. © NicoElNino / Shutterstock.com If there are two days of the week to avoid following up with someone, they are Mondays and Fridays. Monday is often a busy transition day as people move back into work mode. As for Friday, if the person doesn’t see your email, it may get buried under a weekend’s worth of emails. Ideally, stick with Tuesday through Thursday for following up on job applications. Miss an important financial date or deadline, and you could be on the hook...
    Browns female coach to handle game-day duties against Jags If You Have This Milk in Your Fridge, the FDA Says to Destroy It 3 in 10 Retirees Say They Werent Prepared for This Rule, Which Is Making a Comeback in 2021 Unless you saved for retirement exclusively in Roth accounts, some of your retirement money has an IRS claim on it, and there are laws in place to ensure it gets its cut. One of the lesser-known rules involves required minimum distributions (RMDs), something that about 3 in 10 retirees are completely unprepared for, according to a recent survey by Principal. © Provided by The Motley Fool 3 in 10 Retirees Say They Weren't Prepared for This Rule, Which...
    Tony Hsieh, former Zappos CEO, dies at 46 after being injured in house fire Biden must act promptly to strengthen global efforts to prevent nuclear terrorism Salesforce buying Slack would mark the first big software deal in a boom year for the cloud Software acquirers have been quiet this year because the market rally in the cloud sector has made deals too pricey. Should Salesforce buy Slack it would be by far the largest software acquisition in the U.S. in 2020 and one of the biggest ever for the industry. Slack had a strong first half but the stock has sold off in recent months amid heightened competition from Microsoft. © Provided by CNBC Salesforce co-CEO Marc...
    Maradona: the life and afterlife of a global icon Natalie Keyssars photos capture a small-town Native American beauty pageant What is an HSA? How to know if this health savings plan is right for you You may have heard about the many benefits a health savings account (HSA) can offer, such as pre-tax savings for qualified medical and health-related expenses. Still, some of the greatest benefits of an HSA are less well known, such as its use as a long-term savings or investing vehicle. It's also easy to confuse an HSA with a flexible spending account (FSA), which can also offer some, but not all, of the same benefits. © Provided by CNBC An HSA can be especially useful during...
    US hits 13 million coronavirus cases Biden to let experts decide who gets a Covid-19 vaccine first Join This Specialized Job Board for 67% Less This Week If you want to find a flexible job, your best bet might be to join FlexJobs. And right now, the cost of doing so has dropped by two-thirds. © Indypendenz / Shutterstock.com The membership-based job board — which specializes in postings for remote, part-time and other flexible jobs — is lowering its subscription fees by 67% from Black Friday through Cyber Week. Specifically, the promotion runs through Dec. 6. To get the price break, just use the promo code FRIDAY when you sign up for a membership. It's not the usual blah,...
    From MarketWatch: I’m 65, have $500,000 in cash, no ‘impressive’ work resume and am terrified of investing — can I retire?: Having an investing strategy is one of the keys to financial success in retirement, even with half a million dollars saved in cash. This eye-opening experience has me rethinking how Social Security figures into my retirement planning: Social Security has become an important part of retirement income for many retirees, but think carefully before you rely on it completely. I’m... 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...
    Dak Prescott with touch Instagram tribute to Markus Paul The hottest Black Friday deals on Amazon Seniors On Medicare Are Getting a Big Pay Day in 2020 Ad Microsoft Expert: “This credit card is so good I signed up personally” Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/10 SLIDES © Provided by Kiplinger Some of the biggest funds in the country, as measured by assets, are from American Funds, but do-it-yourself investors probably aren't familiar with the firm. That's because, for a long time, these funds were only available for purchase through an adviser. (Today, some online...
    FORMER England international Joleon Lescott has come out of retirement to join a Spanish THIRD DIVISION club. Ambitious Tercera Division outfit Racing Murcia have convinced the centre-back to pull on his boots once more. 3Racing Murcia have announced the signing of Joleon Lescott 3Lescott is a two-time Premier League winnerCredit: Times Newspapers Ltd And they confirmed the arrival of the 38-year-old on Twitter this morning. Lescott will make his debut for them in their Copa del Rey clash with Primera Liga side Levante on December 16. The defender won two Premier League titles during his time at Manchester City. He has also played for Wolves, Everton, West Brom, Aston Villa and Sunderland before retiring. Lescott has been working behind the...
    Burns handed first Ireland start for Georgia Test Natalie Keyssars photos capture a small-town Native American beauty pageant 3 Retirement Costs You Probably Arent Planning For but Should Be When it comes to making retirement plans, chances are good you're dreaming of all the fun things you can do once you no longer have to go to work. But while you may be making a hefty travel budget or plotting all the spending you'll do to spoil the grandkids, chances are good there are some important expenses you're overlooking. © Provided by The Motley Fool 3 Retirement Costs You Probably Aren't Planning For but Should Be Sadly, these costs can derail your carefully laid plans if you aren't prepared...
    Deandre Baker has a big believer as he attempts to revive his career with the Chiefs: Deion Sanders 13 Fun Thanksgiving Games Perfect for the Whole Family Joe Biden considers Roger Ferguson to lead National Economic Council, Gary Gensler for Deputy Treasury Secretary President-elect Joe Biden is considering TIAA CEO Roger Ferguson to be his National Economic Council director. Former Commodity Futures Trading Commission chairman Gary Gensler is being considered for Deputy Treasury secretary. Another name being floated for a top economic policy post is Kenneth Chenault, the former CEO of American Express. © Provided by CNBC Roger Ferguson President-elect Joe Biden is considering TIAA CEO Roger Ferguson to be his National Economic Council director and former...
    Watch Fantasy Football Live for last-minute Week 12 news and sit-start advice Natalie Keyssars photos capture a small-town Native American beauty pageant IRA vs. 401(k): The Case for Having Both Although it may be hard to think past the seemingly endless year that is 2020, it’s a mistake to not save for the future. In order to take full advantage of compound interest and tax perks, you’ve got to plan ahead for retirement. © Money DS-69 At work you may have access to a defined contribution plan like a 401(k) or 403(b). But a growing number of Americans with 401(k)s are also socking money away in Individual Retirement Accounts, according to a recent update from Fidelity Investments. ...
    Food banks face hunger crisis ahead of Thanksgiving Sunak Pledges Spending for U.K. Facing Worst Slump for 300 Years ViacomCBS Sells Publisher for $2.2 Billion to Bertelsmann (Bloomberg) -- ViacomCBS Inc. announced the sale of its Simon & Schuster book publishing business to German media giant Bertelsmann SE for $2.17 billion. © Photographer: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg Non-fiction books published by Random House sit on display at the company's U.K. headquarters in London. The all-cash deal is expected to close next year, Bertelsmann said in a statement on Wednesday. The acquisition adds heft to Bertelsmann’s publishing portfolio and fits with plans to expand the company’s Penguin Random House unit. Load Error The Germans’ bid beat out News Corp.’s HarperCollins and...
    Fauci warns of stunning number of deaths FDRs legacy and Joe Bidens greatest challenge Dow Surpasses 30,000 for the First Time as Biden Transition Starts History was made on Wall Street on Tuesday morning, when the Dow Jones Industrial Average exceeded 30,000 points for the first time ever, soaring more than 400 points to break 30,000.  © katjen / Shutterstock.com Display of Stock market quotes with city scene reflect on glass The milestone moment, which occurred shortly before noon, comes in the wake of recent news of three promising coronavirus vaccines and the FDA’s emergency approval of Regeneron’s antibody therapy for COVID-19 patients.   Load Error Also contributing to investor excitement is the official passing of the presidential torch...
    Why Did Jerry Jones Buy Jackets For Destinys Child on a 60-Degree Thanksgiving Day in 2004? The most delicious desserts you can buy at Trader Joes DoorDash settles with DC AG for $2.5 million over claims it misled users on driver tips DoorDash reached a $2.5 million settlement with the attorney general of the District of Columbia over claims the company misled consumers on how it would allocate tips for workers, the AG's office announced Tuesday. The settlement comes less than two weeks after DoorDash filed its prospectus to go public. DoorDash said in its filing that failing to "cost-effectively attract and retain Dashers" was a significant risk factor to its business. © Provided by CNBC A...
    Golfweek Holiday Gift Guide The Beanie Is My Winter Essential, and Its Going to Become Yours, Too Seniors On Medicare Are Getting a Big Pay Day in 2020 Ad Microsoft Expert: “This credit card is so good I signed up personally” Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/11 SLIDES © insta_photos / Shutterstock.com 10 Tips for Building a Retirement Countdown Checklist This story originally appeared on NewRetirement. In the past, many people thought of retirement as a time of life when things slowed down. Now, retirement can be seen as more of a blast...
    Golfweeks Best Courses 2020: Rhode Island 50 Black-Owned Businesses Around That Country That You Can Support Today 3 Tricks for a More Relaxing Retirement Retirement is supposed to be your reward for decades of hard work, the time you can finally kick back and set your own schedule. The trouble is, retirement can bring a new set of stressors into your life even as you let the work-related ones go. And those stressors can prevent you from having the truly relaxing retirement you deserve. © Provided by The Motley Fool 3 Tricks for a More Relaxing Retirement A recent survey by SimplyWise confirms that 59% of Americans are more concerned about retirement security than they were a year ago....
    New York City to open field hospital for first time since spring as Covid-19 cases spike GM reverses on Trump, exits suit challenging Californias tougher emissions standards Musical instrument retailer Guitar Center files for bankruptcy The nation's largest musical instrument store, Guitar Center, has become the latest bankruptcy victim of the coronavirus pandemic. © AaronP/Bauer-Griffin Hollywood Exteriors And Landmarks - 2020 The company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Friday,while saying that its 510 stores and website would remain open through the holiday shopping season. Filing for bankruptcy is "an important and positive step in our process to significantly reduce our debt," CEO Ron Japinga said in a statement.  Load Error Guitar Center said it is honoring gift cards, store credits, prepaid...
    Worst division ever: All four NFC East teams have three wins Big retirement pitfalls to avoid Seniors On Medicare Are Getting a Big Pay Day in 2020 Ad Microsoft Expert: “This credit card is so good I signed up personally” Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/11 SLIDES © Liderina / iStock Are you worried about money? Forget things that go bump in the night. Many of us are losing sleep over our fear of money — more than half of Americans rank “not having enough money for the future” as one of their top five...
    California church stabbing leaves two dead, several wounded Trump axed campaign lawyer Sidney Powell was because she was too conspiratorial even for him 3 Reasons Im Writing Off Social Security for My Retirement © Provided by The Motley Fool 3 Reasons I'm Writing Off Social Security for My Retirement Social Security helps millions of seniors stay afloat financially, and chances are, it will be around for a long time, in least in some form, to do the same for future retirees. But I'm not factoring Social Security into my retirement plans, and here are a few specific reasons why. Load Error 1. Those benefits won't replace much of my income Social Security, generally speaking, will replace about 40%...
    5 things to know for November 23: Coronavirus, election, economy, Venezuela, Ethiopia A birthday lunch left 15 Texas relatives battling covid-19: ‘Please don’t be like my family’ 12 Holiday Activities That Put You at High Risk for COVID-19 The holidays are traditionally a time to gather with family, friends and even warm-hearted strangers. But sadly, in 2020, such togetherness can put your health — and even your life — at risk. © Monkey Business Images / Shutterstock.com Because of the coronavirus pandemic, we all will have to be more careful this year. The doctors on the Texas Medical Association’s COVID-19 Task Force and its Committee on Infectious Diseases recently ranked holiday activities according to how vulnerable they leave you...
    VINCE MCMAHON shocked fans by referring to WWE as WWF for the first time in 18-years at Survivor Series on Sunday night. The American billionaire, 75, was forced to change the name of his company back in 2002 after losing a lawsuit with the World Wildlife Fund – who used the same trademark. WWE 3 Vince McMahon paid tribute to The Undertaker during his Final Farewell at Survivor Series WWE 3 The WWE chairman shocked fans by referring to his company by it’s former WWF name Vince McMahon makes a special appearance for The Undertakers farewell. #WWE #SurvivorSeries pic.twitter.com/rWKQc38jY8— NoDQ.com: #WWE #SurvivorSeries 2020 news (@nodqdotcom) November 23, 2020 Since then, McMahon’s wrestlers have always referred to it as...
    Why does Hollywood get accents so wrong? A dialect coach explains Why is Joe Biden considering this man to help fight the climate crisis? Elliott Makes $872 Million Offer for McDonald’s Supplier Aryzta (Bloomberg) -- Billionaire Paul Singer’s Elliott Management Corp. offered about 794 million Swiss francs ($872 million) to acquire McDonald’s supplier Aryzta AG. © Bloomberg A sliced bread bun used in a Big Mac sandwich. Elliott made a bid on Nov. 18 of 0.80 francs per share for the ailing Swiss baking company, it said in a statement Monday, confirming an earlier Bloomberg News report. Financing for the offer “is available” and refinancing arrangements for Aryzta’s existing debt “are at a very advanced stage,” Elliott said. Aryzta,...
    One-season wonders: MLB players who had one good season Norwegian Air and more major pandemic bankruptcies Short-sellers disappear as market gears up for shortened holiday week © Getty Images/iStockphoto THE TELL Bears are an endangered species these days. You might not know it from the depressing headlines, but it’s been a great run for the bulls and an increasingly brutal stretch for those betting against the stock market. At the end of October, the median stock in the S&P 500 had outstanding short interest accounting for just 1.6% of market cap, the lowest level since at least 2004, according to Goldman Sachs data quoted on Bloomberg. Video: More bullish now than at any point in 2020: Strategist...
    NBA free agency rumors 2020: Live updates, news on signings, trades and more Amazing photos of nocturnal animals Delaying Retirement Is Absolutely Worth It For These 6 Benefits Retiring as soon as possible may seem like an attractive prospect if you're eager to spend your days on the golf course, spoiling your grandkids, or traveling the world. But while there are some benefits to quitting work when you're as young as possible, there are also some big advantages to waiting longer to begin your leisurely life as a retiree.  © Provided by The Motley Fool Delaying Retirement Is Absolutely Worth It For These 6 Benefits In fact, there are actually six big advantages of putting off retirement that are...
    Hello! I recently had a conversation with a colleague about retirement and was told I’m saving too much! My wife and I are both 57 and have been aggressive savers ever since my brother, an institutional retirement financial expert, told us to max out our savings when we were 25 years old. As a result, we have saved 25-30% of our income and invested aggressively over the years. We have a very healthy nest egg in the low- to mid-seven figures and no debt other than our home, which is very low interest and will be paid off before retirement. Our children have no student debt. My colleague says we are “postponing” our lives and creating tax problems for when...
    US coronavirus hospitalizations hit record Outside groups flood Georgia with advertising buys ahead of runoffs Seniors On Medicare Are Getting a Big Pay Day in 2020 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/7 SLIDES © Rawpixel / iStock Income can be tricky in retirement You’re likely stuck on a fixed income from your retirement account or Social Security, which does not leave very much room for sudden expenses like a broken-down car, large purchase, or even medical expenses. If you find yourself strapped for cash during some point in your retirement, consider these helpful tips; they may be enough to get you out of...
    First-time winners Ally McDonald, Sophia Popov playing free at Pelican GC Plant Lovers, Youre Going to Want All of These Unusual Houseplants Seniors On Medicare Are Getting a Big Pay Day in 2020 Ad Microsoft Expert: “This credit card is so good I signed up personally” Ad Microsoft The 23 Hottest Gifts of 2020 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/21 SLIDES © Dean Mitchell / Getty Images If you’re retiring in...
    If you had asked me a year ago what I’d be doing in 2020, I might have told you about my upcoming professional projects, volunteer engagements, and travel plans. I never could have imagined that we’d be facing a global health crisis and the economic fallout thereof. As the leader of a Financial Wellness business, I could have also shared some predictions about the changing nature of work, but I could not have anticipated the complete overhaul we’ve experienced. In my role, I am acutely aware of what the events of 2020 have... 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...
    Lines to get tested for coronavirus are growing long ahead of Thanksgiving and amid rising cases Georgia Official to Certify Biden’s Win After Audit Seniors On Medicare Are Getting a Big Pay Day in 2020 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/7 SLIDES © Foxy burrow / Shutterstock.com 6 Simple Tips for Retirement Investing This story originally appeared on NewRetirement. We all know that we need to save for retirement, but that is hard. However, it might be even harder to figure out how to invest for retirement. Investing requires some level of expertise and a way of thinking about money that is not...
    A series of strange Mike Perry tweets before he misses weight for UFC 255 tipped off fans that he might not be making weight. Following a series of concerning and attention-grabbing tweets ahead of weigh-ins, Mike Perry has missed weight for his UFC 255 bout with Tim Means. Next: 10 MMA fights remembered for the wrong reasons UFC 255 takes place on Saturday, Nov. 21, 2020, live from UFC Apex in Las Vegas, NV. Follow along with FanSided, who is on-site for all the action, for all your live news and highlights.
    Klopp sympathetic over social pressure on Salah All The Rules You Never Knew Restaurants Have To Follow On Diners, Drive-Ins And Dives 3 Social Security Numbers You Need to Know for 2021 For current retirees and those planning to retire soon, it's important to pay careful attention to any changes to Social Security benefits. In 2021, several key numbers are changing in a way that could affect your income. © Provided by The Motley Fool 3 Social Security Numbers You Need to Know for 2021 Here are three new numbers you need to know that could have an impact on the amount of money you get from Social Security and that could shape some key decisions you make related...
    FANS can get a personalised message from WWE legend The Undertaker - but it will cost £750 for a personal shoot-out from the DeadMan. The Phenom, 55, called time on his legendary three-decade long career in the squared-circle this summer after beating AJ Styles at WrestleMania. 4The Undertaker has joined Cameo ahead of his 'Final Farewell' 4It will cost fans £750 to get a personalised message from the Phenom Taker, real name Mark Calaway, is returning at Survivor Series on Sunday for his ‘Final Farewell’ - exactly 30 years since his debut. He has embarked on a huge media tour this week to promote the event, including an epic appearance on Good Morning Britain. And ahead of his goodbye, a...
    Its starting to sink in: Schools before bars Choking on blood: AFPs report on final day of Nuremberg trials State-Run Israel Aerospace Industries Given Green Light for IPO (Bloomberg) -- © Bloomberg An Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd. (IAI) Heron MK II unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), stands on display during the Singapore Airshow at the Changi Exhibition Centre in Singapore, on Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2020. Plane makers and airlines are exploring new designs to reduce fuel burn and cut carbon emissions in a warming climate. Blending the wings with the fuselage to cut drag is one of several possible solutions. The sale of shares in state-run Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd. received the official go-ahead from a ministerial committee on...
    Free-agent 2B DJ LeMahieu prefers to stay in northeast? This Is the Hair Oil Jennifer Garner Swears by for Repairing Thinning Hair Seniors On Medicare Are Getting a Big Pay Day in 2020 Ad Microsoft Expert: “This credit card is so good I signed up personally” Ad Microsoft The 23 Hottest Gifts of 2020 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/17 SLIDES © 1658871559 / Shutterstock.com 16 Ways to Outsmart Your Brain for More Wealth and a Better Retirement This...
    English sports get $400M bailout, with rugby prioritized Beautiful Victorian homes for sale across America 3 Seemingly Innocent Mistakes That Could Slash Your Social Security Benefits for Life You'll probably end up relying on Social Security to pay the bills in retirement, at least to some degree. As such, it's important to get as much money out of it as possible. But these less obvious mistakes could actually leave you with a much lower monthly paycheck from Social Security -- for life. © Provided by The Motley Fool 3 Seemingly Innocent Mistakes That Could Slash Your Social Security Benefits for Life 1. Not working a full 35 years Your Social Security benefits are based on your personal earnings history...
    Fauci would take a vaccine. Would you take a vaccine for Fauci? With US pullout, Afghanistan faces messy free-for-all for influence Starbucks raises wages for its baristas as restaurant industry braces for minimum wage hike Starbucks baristas will receive higher wages of at least 10% starting Dec. 14. The coffee chain is already known for giving its workers more generous benefits and pay than other retailers and restaurant chains. Florida recently voted to increase its wage floor over the next six years until it reaches $15 an hour. © Provided by CNBC A worker stands inside Starbucks in midtown during the coronavirus pandemic on May 20, 2020 in New York City. Starbucks is raising hourly wages for its...
    Why was James Wiseman suspended at Memphis? How No. 1 recruits college career lasted 3 games How Indigenous culture is appropriated when people declare their ‘spirit animals’ 4 signs you wont be ready for retirement that are obvious by age 40 © Ruobing Su/Business Insider Ruobing Su/Business Insider © Alistair Berg/Getty Images Alistair Berg/Getty Images Retirement planning is a process that takes years, but the signs that you're not going in the right direction are apparent even when you're young. If you haven't saved at least three times your income by age 40, you may not be on track for retirement.  And, if you've borrowed money from retirement accounts without replacing it or still have yet to reach...
    MIKE TYSON admitted he would bite a chunk Evander Holyfield’s ear off AGAIN if he was aggravated by his great rival. Tyson's 1997 rematch against Holyfield will forever been known as the 'Bite Fight' after Iron Mike sunk his teeth into his opponent in round three. 3Mike Tyson would bite Evander Holyfield’s ear off AGAIN if he was aggravated by his great rivalCredit: Sky He later explained that the gruesome act was out of anger having believed he was on the receiving end of constant headbutting. And with talk of a trilogy bout on the horizon, Tyson warned Holyfield that he would struggle to hold back again if he was again on the end of dirty tactics....
    New York City will close schools for in-person learning to curb Covid outbreak, Mayor de Blasio says Florida sheriff releases dash cam video in deputy shooting of two teens as families plans rally GM went public 10 years ago, and it’s been a mediocre investment — here’s how it can improve for the next 10 It's been 10 years since GM achieved what was then the largest initial public offering in U.S. history and once again began trading on the New York Stock Exchange. While its balance sheet is sound, the stock's performance has been a mediocre rollercoaster ride for investors. GM shares are up 14.7% so far this year, fueling a 33% increase in the price since...
    MasterChef Junior contestant Ben Watkins dies of cancer at 14 New details emerge in chaotic moments after Breonna Taylor shooting For families of color, the pandemic brings an outsized financial hit The economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic is hitting families of color particularly hard. © Provided by CNBC A large majority, 86%, of Latino households with children and 66% of Black households with children reported serious financial problems during the outbreak, including depleting savings, trouble paying credit card bills and other debt, and affording medical care, according to a September poll by NPR, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Meanwhile, 51% of White households with children reported the same. Load...
    Pfizer-BioNTech to seek Covid-19 vaccine approval in days after successful trial Danish minister resigns over mink virus row This Social Security Misconception Could Leave You Desperate for Money in Retirement "Social Security will replace my former paycheck once I retire, right?" © Provided by The Motley Fool This Social Security Misconception Could Leave You Desperate for Money in Retirement Wrong. Many people go through their working years without taking the time to learn about Social Security. They tend to miss the fact that Social Security cannot, in fact, completely replace your paycheck during retirement. If that's a myth you've been buying into, you could be headed for trouble. Social Security's role in your retirement If you're an average earner,...
    Germanys 6-0 loss in Spain confirms national teams decline These 4 Easy-To-Miss Symptoms Could Mean You Have COVID, Experts Say Croda Buys Iberchem for $920 Million in Fragrance Expansion (Bloomberg) -- Croda International Plc agreed to buy Iberchem for 820 million euros ($920 million) as Europe’s largest cosmetic-ingredients maker expands into the hotly contested market of fragrances. © Photographer: Adam Berry/Bloomberg Color dyes for perfumes. The maker of sunblock chemicals and pharmaceutical additives plans to raise 600 million pounds ($796 million) in equity to help pay for the purchase of the asset from private equity firm Eurazeo, it said Wednesday. Bloomberg earlier reported Croda was lining up funding for a deal and that Iberchem was a target. Load Error...
    The 25 best NBA teams from the 2010s Hong Kongs new rules have created confusion in the classroom. Some parents are pulling their children out European stocks and U.S. equity futures fight for traction amid worries over rising COVID-19 cases © AFP via Getty Images EUROPE MARKETS Load Error European stocks and U.S. equity futures struggled near the flat line on Wednesday, as investor worries continued to simmer over rising coronavirus cases worldwide and the effect on economies in coming months. The Stoxx Europe 600 was flat at 388.69 after snapping a two-day winning steak on Tuesday. The German DAX and French CAC 40 traded in similar fashion, while the FTSE 100 dropped 0.3%. U.S. equity futures were...
    FLOYD MAYWEATHER revealed he will be coming out of retirement for 'sparring' matches which will earn him 'some heavy cash'. Mayweather announced he will return to the ring next February for another exhibition bout in Tokyo. 2Floyd Mayweather will be coming out of retirement for some 'sparring' which will earn him 'some heavy cash'Credit: @100kthedon And while he refused the comeback fight was because he 'needs money' - the 43-year-old is instead 'having fun' amid his lucrative ring return. Mayweather told USA Today: "There are so many people that are in the work world that retire and still do different things and make a couple of dollars just to have fun. "Same thing I’m doing. I’m having fun,...
    (CNN)Persistence pays.After playing the same set of numbers for 26 years, one North Carolina couple finally hit the jackpot.Terry Coggeshall of Durham and his wife took home over $366,000 last week after winning the Cash 5 jackpot. "These are my wife's numbers that we've been playing for 26 years," Coggeshall is quoted as saying in a statement from NC Education Lottery. "We started playing them in Florida when we lived there."The couple came close to winning a few times in the past but never hit it big. Read MoreThis time, Coggeshall purchased his lucky ticket from a grocery store in Chapel Hill. When he arrived home, he and his wife watched together as the winning numbers were called. "I was...
    Farmer John Meatpacking Plant Fined for Exposing Hundreds of Its Workers to COVID Biden names campaign vets to key White House posts Germany’s Hard-Hit Auto Sector Gets $5.9 Billion for Restart (Bloomberg) -- Germany’s auto industry secured 5 billion euros ($5.9 billion) in government aid to help weather the coronavirus crisis and invest in the transition to electric cars. © Photographer: Pool/Getty Images Europe BERLIN, GERMANY - NOVEMBER 16: German Chancellor Angela Merkel following a virtual meeting between Merkel and the leaders of Germany's 16 states during the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic on November 16, 2020 in Berlin, Germany. The meeting focused on assessing the nationwide four-week November semi-lockdown meant to rein in coronavirus infection rates that...
    A quick look at the weather app on my phone tells me the coming week will most likely be full of beautiful fall weather. Right away, I make some plans. I can spend some time in my garden over the weekend, we can get out for a hike, and there is no immediate rush to pull out my sweaters and turtlenecks just yet. I feel happy. What I just did — get some info, think about what I want, make a plan — is a cycle of behavior we continuously repeat in our lives, and it’s not limited to little things like weekend weather. It applies to the big, important things in life, too, — our families and relationships, our...
    The average American household spent more than $60,000 in 2019. To keep up that level in retirement, without depleting your savings, you'll need to have a large nest egg generating money from your investments. CNBC crunched the numbers, and we can tell you how much you need to save now to get $60,000 every year in retirement, without taking a bite out of your principal. First, some ground rules. The numbers assume you will retire at 65 and have no money in savings now. For investing, we assume an annual 6% return when you are saving and a more conservative 3% rate for your "interest-only" retirement. We do not factor in inflation, taxes or any additional income you may get...
    SAMUEL ETO'O is poised to come out of retirement - with a THIRD DIVISION club in Spain. The former Chelsea, Everton and Barcelona striker hung up his boots last year after a spell with Qatar SC. 1Former Barcelona striker Samuel Eto'o is set to reignite his playing career at the age of 39Credit: Getty Images - Getty Eto'o, 39, cheated death last week when involved in a car smash in his native Cameroon. Spanish Tercera Division outfit Racing Murcia have now opened talks with the former Real Madrid, Mallorca and Inter Milan ace. The south-eastern club hopes its wealthy investors can tempt Eto'o to make a comeback. Murcia president Morris Pagniello told Marca: "Right now I would say our chances...
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    Henrik Lundqvist’s Rangers legacy may not be over just yet. In an interview with Johan Rylander of the Goteborgs-Posten, the 38-year-old goaltender revealed that he expects make a return to the Rangers in some capacity after he retires from the NHL. “I’ll be a part of the Rangers for the rest of my life, in one way or another,” he said, according to a Swedish translation. “Both I and the Rangers have been clear about that. That’s how it will be.” Asked to clarify if that meant he had a job with the Rangers in the future, Lundqvist confirmed that was the plan. “It will be the role they want it to be,” he responded. “I don’t know if...
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    Henrik Lundqvist’s Rangers legacy may not be over just yet. In an interview with Johan Rylander of the Goteborgs-Posten, the 38-year-old goaltender revealed that he expects make a return to the Rangers in some capacity after he retires from the NHL. “I’ll be a part of the Rangers for the rest of my life, in one way or another,” he said, according to a Swedish translation. “Both I and the Rangers have been clear about that. That’s how it will be.” Asked to clarify if that meant he had a job with the Rangers in the future, Lundqvist confirmed that was the plan. “It will be the role they want it to be,” he responded. “I don’t know if the...
    Hollywood stars buy 5th-tier soccer club Ryan Reynolds says he never thought he and Blake Lively would have 3 daughters: I love being a girl dad Few workers take advantage of Covid-19 rules for 401(k) plan withdrawals Few people have taken advantage of relaxed rules offering early access to retirement savings for those facing financial hardship due to the coronavirus pandemic. Instead, most 401(k) plan participants appear to be staying the course and haven't made significant changes to their retirement savings. Average Covid-19-related 401(k) withdrawal was $10,000: Fidelity 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...
    Christmas during COVID-19: USPS launches Operation Santa with new digital letter adoption Former South Africa president testifies before commission Travel stocks rally after Modernas vaccine progress lifts hopes for near-term reopening © Robert Alexander/Getty Images Robert Alexander/Getty Images Airlines, cruises, and hotels all traded higher on Monday as encouraging results from Moderna's vaccine trial boosted the so-called reopening trade. Moderna announced Monday morning that its experimental coronavirus vaccine was 94.5% effective at preventing COVID-19 in trial patients. United Airlines jumped as much as 8.6%. American Airlines and Delta both gained roughly 6%. Cruises stocks rallied more than 8%, while Mariott International and Hilton Hotels also saw strong gains. Visit the Business Insider homepage for more stories. Airline, hotel, and cruise...
    Star athletes in weird uniforms 12 Psoriasis-Soothing Lotions Approved By Dermatologists IRA Contribution Limits for 2021 Retirement savers will be able to defer paying income tax on up to $6,000 in an individual retirement account in 2021. Workers with slightly higher incomes will also be eligible to save for retirement in traditional and Roth IRAs and qualify for the saver's tax credit. Here are the IRA limits for 2021: The IRA contribution limit is $6,000. The IRA catch-up contribution limit will remain $1,000 for those age 50 and older. 401(k) participants with incomes below $76,000 ($125,000 for couples) are additionally eligible to make traditional IRA contributions. The Roth IRA income limit is $140,000 for individuals and $208,000 for...
    Her daughter is sick. Shes caring for her grandchild. Now this New Jersey woman faces deportation, too. Trump continues to tweet a flurry of false I won’ claims about election he lost to Biden Makers of diapers and baby formula brace for lower sales as pandemic leads to decline in births Procter & Gamble, Nestle and Reckitt Benckiser are among the companies that could be negatively impacted by shrinking birth rates this year. Experts predict that the birth rate will fall this year because of the coronavirus pandemic. In recent years, as the birth rate has lagged, consumer giants have turned to making premium products to appeal to wealthier parents. © Provided by CNBC Boxes of Huggies...
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    JAKE PAUL promised to send ex-NBA star Nate Robinson 'back to retirement' as he ramped up his training for the fight. The YouTube star faces Robinson next Saturday on the undercard of Mike Tyson's boxing comeback. 4YouTuber Jake Paul ramped up his training ahead of his fight against Nate Robinson 4Paul faces Robinson next Saturday on the undercard of Mike Tyson's comeback Videos shared online revealed Paul working on the pads with his trainer BJ Flores, a former cruiserweight contender. The 23-year-old was captured drilling body shots and uppercuts in his preparation for the bout. Paul made his professional debut in January, stopping internet rival 'AnEsonGib' in one round. Robinson, who has not played in...
    KHABIB NURMAGOMEDOV revealed he is still being drug tested despite his UFC retirement. The lightweight champion claimed it is his 47th United States Anti-Doping Agency test since 2015. 1Khabib Nurmagomedov revealed he is still being drug tested despite his UFC retirement Nurmagomedov uploaded a picture online surrounded with the paperwork of his test. And he captioned the post: "This is 47 times since 2015, as I have been tested for doping of USADA. "Just think about this number." The 32-year-old's UFC career is up in the air after he hung up his gloves following his submission win against Justin Gaethje, 31, in October. It was the first fight since the loss of his influential...
    Tracker: Follow Tiger Woods final round at the Masters, shot by shot from Augusta National This Surprising Supplement Can Cut Your COVID Risk, New Study Says Social Security Wont Lose Its Funding, But Future Retirees Still Have Cause for Concern Social Security receives the bulk of its funding through payroll taxes collected from current workers. This source of funding was threatened when President Donald Trump indicated he'd prefer to eliminate the payroll tax after the election and instead provide money for Social Security through the general federal budget. © Provided by The Motley Fool Social Security Won't Lose Its Funding, But Future Retirees Still Have Cause for Concern With the presidential election called for Joe Biden, this plan to...
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    North Carolina city postpones $1M funding resolution for reparations to Black residents Election 2020 updates: Connecticut senators self-isolate after governors aide tests positive for COVID; McEnany inflates MAGA crowd Seniors On Medicare Are Getting a Big Pay Day in 2020 Ad Microsoft Expert: “This credit card is so good I signed up personally” 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 can retire securely can sometimes feel like...
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    60 years ago today, 6-year-old Ruby Bridges walked to school and showed how even first graders can be trailblazers Armenians torch their homes on land ceded to Azerbaijan Surprise! You Can Use a Roth IRA to Pay for College Say goodbye to debt, and hello to a degree. Saving for college is less of a headache when you don't have to depend solely on a 529 college savings plan, Coverdell ESA, or student loans to fund your education. There's a little-known exception written in between the pages of the tax code that allows you to pay for college expenses with a Roth IRA retirement account, and the best part is that you won't be penalized if the funds are...
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    HERE are 20 tips for retirees to live comfortably off their social security check for those who rely on it – including delaying taking your benefits. There are plenty of discounts and perks seniors can take advantage of once they reach retirement, which allows them to live a rich and worry free life with limited funds. 4Here are 20 tips to live more comfortably off your social security check According to the AARP Public Policy Institute, 24 percent of those aged 65 or over live in families that depend on social security benefits for 90 percent or more of their income. The average monthly benefits stand at $1,523, so retirees who rely on social security income to pay for their...
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    Tigers most famous Masters moments The best Mustangs of all time Seniors On Medicare Are Getting a Big Pay Day in 2020 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/7 SLIDES © Rawpixel / iStock Income can be tricky in retirement You’re likely stuck on a fixed income from your retirement account or Social Security, which does not leave very much room for sudden expenses like a broken-down car, large purchase, or even medical expenses. If you find yourself strapped for cash during some point in your retirement, consider these helpful tips; they may be enough to get you out of a bind.
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    Retirement usually involves giving up your annual salary, but you will still need an income to survive. While Social Security will cover a part of your budget, the rest of your money will most likely need to come from your savings and investments. And for older Americans, that may be a problem. The median baby boomer's 401(k) plan has a total balance of $69,900, according to Fidelity. Assuming they withdraw 3% of their savings per year, they would be left with a total of less than $2,100 to spend. If you want bigger drawdowns, you'll need to save up a much larger nest egg before you retire. NerdWallet crunched the numbers, and we can tell you how much you need...
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    This article is reprinted by permission from NerdWallet. If you’re working toward a savings goal, you have a lot of options for where you can put away your cash. Savings accounts, certificates of deposit, money market accounts, cash management accounts and investment accounts are all possibilities. So which should you choose? That depends on how far away your goal is, how much you hope to earn on your cash and how often you want to access it. Here’s how to decide which savings or investment vehicle is best for you.Factors to consider when stashing your savings The features of different accounts can help you select the right savings vehicle. When deciding where to stash your savings, consider: Access to withdrawals. Some...
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    Lightning still have long list of restricted free agents to sign These Schitts Creek Matching Family Holiday T-Shirts Will Even Earn Davids Seal of Approval What Does Biden’s Win Mean for Your Retirement Plan? Once he takes over as president in January, Joe Biden will begin rolling out a number of measures that will impact retirement. ?Current tax benefits for retirement savings provide upper-income families with a significant tax break, while providing a limited benefit for low- and middle-income workers,? Biden?s campaign website reads. ?Biden will equalize benefits across the income scale, so working families also receive substantial tax benefits when they put money away for retirement.? © Carolyn Kaster/AP/Shutterstock / Carolyn Kaster/AP/Shutterstock Mandatory Credit: Photo by Carolyn Kaster/AP/Shutterstock...
    Rick Pitino is 68 years old. He has coached two teams in the NBA and two different programs to NCAA championships. He has been enshrined in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame since 2013. How does a guy with that resume wind up at Iona College? Well, that’s a long story you’ve probably already heard. Why Pitino would bother with Iona, though, when money is not an issue and the game’s greatest heights are out of reach — that’s worth discussing. He said it’s not because he thinks a sizzling run at Iona is going to get him back to the big time, the way it worked in the past for Jim Valvano, Pat Kennedy and Kevin Willard....
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    With cases surging, the US is in for a dark winter McDonalds May Make This Major Menu Announcement Automakers use virtual reality to cut the development time for vehicles like the Hummer EV GM developed the 2022 GMC Hummer EV in rapid time with help of virtual reality, an increasing trend for the automotive industry before and during the coronavirus pandemic. GM CEO Mary Barra called the Hummer EV's process a "new benchmark in GM's ability to quickly bring EV products to market." Most, if not all, major automakers found new ways of working remotely using such technologies during the global health crisis. © Provided by CNBC General Motors unveiled the 2022 GMC Hummer EV sport utility...