Archive for April 15th, 2019

People who save 20% or more of their incomes do things differently, new research shows

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Trade schools are touting how much more money skilled workers can make without needing a four-year college degree.

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It's not your imagination.

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Conor Barnes, an accountant in New York, decided to stop telling her clients to “have a nice day” at the end of their meetings. Often she delivered news that had, in fact, ruined their day: They owed the government money, sometimes a painfully large amount. The overhaul of the tax code — the first in three decades — caused much confusion this tax season, which was only worsened by the monthlong government shutdown. Many taxpayers were upset when…

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Monday is the first Tax Day under the new rules of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, but Americans have been adapting to the law since it passed in late 2017. Here's what we can — and can't — say about how it's impacted the economy so far.

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Two years ago, investors handed veteran oilman Jim Hackett a $1 billion check and sent him to seek riches in shale drilling. Today, the company he founded with their money is teetering on financial ruin.

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New market share data shows Kroger getting traction in several of America's largest metro areas over the past two years.

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New market share data shows Kroger getting traction in several of America's largest metro areas over the past two years.

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USA-ECONOMY/ONLINE LENDERS (REPEAT, FOCUS, PIX):RPT-FOCUS-Worried a recession is coming, U.S. online lenders reduce risk

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Lack of knowledge can be costly in homebuying, so listen up.

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You might miss some of these signs when viewing a home

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<p>Stocks traded along the flatline on Monday as investors digested mixed quarterly numbers from big banks like Goldman Sachs and Citigroup.</p>

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Two years ago, investors handed veteran oilman Jim Hackett a $1 billion check and sent him to seek riches in shale drilling. Today, the company he founded with their money is teetering on financial ruin.

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Republicans passed a sweeping tax cut for two-thirds of Americans in 2017, saying it would pay for itself and the American public would thank them.

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Medicare is a great health care solution for seniors. But there are situations when you don't want it … at least not yet.

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