Archive for November, 2019

The beautiful Sicilian town of Bivona is latest destination in italy to offer houses for sale for just over $1, sweetening the deal by offering tax breaks and easing restrictions.

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Which states tax Social Security?

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Paying for holiday expenses is hard, but there are certain steps you shouldn't resort to.

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David Velasquez learned his first clinical lesson early on: The health care system wasn’t made to care for people like him. Mr. Velasquez, 24, never had a primary care physician, because his parents couldn’t afford the bills. When he was 12, his undocumented godmother died of cancer, having avoided hospitals until it was too late. Mr. Velasquez, the only college-bound member of his family, knew he needed to become a doctor. When he registered…

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The Federal Reserve's rescue of the overnight lending market appears to be having an unintended side effect: it's juicing the stock market.

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Mobile wallets are complicating credit card companies' plans to win consumers over this holiday shopping season.

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Carrier will let passengers rebook flights amid treacherous weather across parts of the Midwest and Northeast

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It’s one of several nightmare scenarios for markets: A Trump administration failure to complete the China and USMCA trade deals could wreck the 2020 economic outlook. But Trump’s team remains optimistic.

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Personal loans taken out by Americans have reached $300 billion and are growing 11% a year, but for borrowers without excellent credit, this form of debt may be a financial mistake.

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American retailers, school is in session. The teacher? Target Corp.

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The U.S. stock market has been setting new records and the economy is in a record eleventh year of expansion, so one research firm thinks a recession is due in the next two years. What that means for stocks, precisely, is a little less clear.

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Former UAW President Gary Jones, replaced in recent weeks by Rory Gamble, quits his affiliation with the union he was elected to lead in June 2018.

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Buffett walking away from a deal despite Berkshire's massive cash hoard could be proof there aren't that many reasonably priced opportunities.

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Daimler, the owner of Mercedes-Benz, is cutting at least 10,000 jobs around the world, making it the latest carmaker to shed workers as the industry races toward its electric future.

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After poring over geological data, Bill Armstrong made a gutsy bet he could find oil in a corner of Alaska already picked over by the big companies.

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