Month: June 2018

Shutterstock Millions of Americans are relying on Social Security for their future retirement—and are understandably worried they won’t have enough money to cover their basic expenses. But small savings can play a crucial role in providing a more secure retirement by supplementing Social Security and other pensions. One new way for some workers to accumulate
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White House economic advisor Larry Kudlow said the administration’s revised approach towards China shouldn’t be characterized as a retreat. The director of the National Economic Council instead characterized the decision to use a committee to determine when Chinese-owned companies should be halted from taking ownership in U.S. firms as simply a “modernization” that will protect
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The stock market is having a relief rally now that a “committee of professionals” will handle foreign investment concerns instead of President Donald Trump alone, closely followed trader Art Cashin told CNBC on Wednesday. “Remember, the first word in CFIUS is committee,” said Cashin, UBS director of floor operations at the New York Stock Exchange,
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Before giving into the temptation of taking retroactive Social Security benefits, it’s important to consider the ramifications of this decision. (Shutterstock photo) One of the many reasons that reaching full retirement age is so important is that it affords you options that are not available to you sooner. One such option is retroactive benefits. You
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A interview with Venture Capitalist and Co-Founder of Andreessen Horowitz, Marc Andreessen. In this interview, Marc discusses his process for deciding to invest in a startup and how he finds potential startups to invest in. Marc gives advice on how to getting funding and what makes a good investor.? Marc Andreessen’s favourite books are located
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