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The states where people rely most on Social Security

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Social Security is a federal program that pays retired workers a monthly benefit. Benefits may also go to people with disabilities, widows, or the children of …

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Are we headed into a recession? This money pro weighs in

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The Earnings Engine that Could With roughly 65% of S&P 500 companies having now reported their Q2 results, the verdict is nearly in and earnings season …

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Report: Monkeypox is spreading, but mortality rates remain low

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What started as a handful of isolated monkeypox cases in the United Kingdom has officially been declared a Public Health Emergency of International Concern by the World Health …

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US entered a ‘technical’ recession in Q2

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The U.S. economy entered a technical recession in the second quarter of 2022. The real GDP of the country shrunk by 0.9% in Q2 according to preliminary numbers …

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Would you eat 3D-printed ‘fish?’

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  Revo Foods, a plant-based food tech startup, is ready to start stocking grocery store shelves with sustainable “seafood.” No, it’s not seafood caught from the …

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8 ways to lower your prescription drug costs

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If you’re charging prescriptions to a credit card or digging for change in your car and couch every month to scrounge up enough money to pay …

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Biden is cracking down on crypto. Here’s what investors need to know

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What the President Said President Joe Biden’s executive order regarding cryptocurrencies had been highly anticipated prior to the release of details yesterday. Some analysts have expressed …

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Can this Biden bill help solve the microchip shortage?

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  U.S. President Joe Biden is expected to shortly sign into law the Chips+ bill, aimed at increasing the competitiveness of the U.S. microchip industry, alleviating …

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Love food? These are the cheapest cities for the very best of fine dining

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Dining at a Michelin-starred restaurant is on the bucket list of every respectable foodie out there, but it can come at a price. This is especially …

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Tax tips for Australian business owners

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  With the economy still recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s no surprise that tax time can be quite stressful for small businesses. In fact, research …

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The highest paying jobs in the US

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  The highest-paying jobs in the U.S. are often medical professions, though careers in technology, information, and transportation are working their way into the upper ranks. Medical …

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Will interest rates go up if there’s a recession?

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  When the economy is good, it often seems like it will stay that way forever. But if you study history — or just live long …

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What issues are on voters’ minds for the US midterm elections?

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  Every month, Gallup asks U.S. adults what they think is the most important problem facing their country. In July, ‘inflation‘ was at the top of the list …

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10 ways to save money while still having summer fun

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Summertime can lure us into spending more money simply because our usual habits and routines are disrupted. Kids are out of school and desperate for entertainment. …

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These wild historic facts sound fake but aren’t

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Every day, weird but true things happen and take the world by storm, like when a raccoon scaled a New York City skyscraper back in 2018. …

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How much home can you really afford?

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  Both your income and your debt determine how much house you can afford. Mortgage lenders plug these figures into certain calculations and ratios to come …

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Can Democrats keep control of the House & Senate after midterm elections?

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  The Democrats are controlling the House, the Senate and the presidency at the moment, but the midterm election coming up at the end of the …

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The best drivers live in these states, research shows

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Rates of reckless driving behavior have risen dramatically across the country during the past two years with few signs of slowing down.1 While such elevated rates started …

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Low-cost internet & mobile plans for seniors

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  In an ever-changing world where social media, video calls, and texting have become the norm, we all need to stay connected with our loved ones. …

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Easy & delicious ways to use up your summer zucchini bounty

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Let’s talk about summer squash! Or rather, let’s make some summer squash recipes! I love squash because they are delicious, but I also love them because …

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Sober curious? Try these booze-free summer drinks

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You might want to avoid alcohol because you’re counting calories, acting as a designated driver or maybe even expecting a baby. No matter the reason, the best mocktail …

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How retirees can save money with an HSA

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  If you’re eligible for a health savings account (HSA), it’s a terrific way to save money now and accumulate wealth for the future—if you understand …

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Marilyn Monroe still iconic influencer 60 years after death

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Marilyn Monroe died 60 years ago this week — Aug. 5, 1962, to be exact. It’s hard to imagine it was so long ago given how …

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12 bad things that come from not saving money

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Many Americans struggle to save money but it’s worth the effort since there are serious downsides to not stashing away cash. These can range from going …

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11 remote jobs perfect for seniors

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  They’re calling it the Great Unretirement. Millions of people who retired in the last decade, and particularly since COVID, are seeking to return to work …

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The 15 richest countries in the world

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A country’s wealth is often determined by its GDP per capita. This is the average amount of money that each person in a country earns in …

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Researchers think these apes could teach humans about peace & tolerance

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  Humans share 98.7 percent of their DNA with two species of endangered great apes: bonobos (Pan paniscus) and chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). Bonobos — which can only be found …

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This is the #1 long-term risk for real estate investing

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  Real estate investing is a tough business. Stiff competition for deals, complicated legal and financing procedures, and the risks of problem renters have always meant …

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Returning to the office? It’s more expensive than when you left

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  After more than two years of working remotely, many employees now find themselves returning to the long-lost office where they once spent their workdays. Whether …

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25 things worth saving up for: #9 will surprise you

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Each of us has our own agenda in terms of what makes stashing our cash away worthwhile. For some of us, it’s the anticipation of doing …