Retirement

Source: AdobeStock.com How did my 5 ETFs do versus the famous cryptocurrency during 2018? It is the holiday season.  That means three things to me: Good cheer Family and friends Settling a friendly non-financial wager with some friends about Bitcoin During this week in 2017, I relayed in this column a discussion I had with
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Kuldip Pabla says it’s a misconception that senior adults “do not like or want technology,” and that error alone has caused the development of technology for older adults to lag behind that of younger people. Pabla is the senior vice president of engineering for K4Connect, a technology company that creates smart solutions for older adults
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United Mine Workers of America President Cecil Roberts speaks during the rally on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, Sept. 8, 2016. Thousands of unionized mine workers and supporters rallied to push for a bill that would protect health-care and pension benefits for about 120,000 former coal miners and their families. (AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana)ASSOCIATED PRESS
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By Jess Stonefield, Next Avenue Contributor  One of the most common complaints about senior housing is this: it’s too $%&! expensive. Depending on the community, and the types of amenities and services offered, residents of assisted living and memory care facilities, for example, can pay $6,000 per month or more to live there. This can, of course,
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Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin IRA individual retirement account written on wooden cubes.Getty Royalty Free Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) have become the go-to vehicles for holding retirement assets in the United States. In fact, IRAs now house more wealth in 2018 than all 401(k) accounts. IRAs represent about one-third of the
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3 Year-End IRA And 401(k) Moves / photo credit: GettyGetty When it comes to year-end planning for retirement accounts, there is no time like the present! With just weeks left in 2018, there is precious little time left to make sure that you’re taking advantage of available planning opportunities and avoiding costly penalties. With that
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Another day, another day of intrigue in Britain’s bloody and divisive Brexit battle. On Monday prime minister Theresa May decided to delay the vote on her proposed withdrawal deal scheduled for Tuesday, an event that was seen as the first major Parliamentary step to getting towards pulling the UK out of the European Union in March. May, fearing
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