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CREDIT-CARD DISPUTES

With apologies to the classic film “The Graduate,” here’s our one word for today: plastic. “Having credit card issues? At least 26,600 other frustrated people are right there with you,” writes Maria Lamagna in an interesting piece for marketwatch.com. “The Consumer...

CREDIT-CARD DISPUTES

With apologies to the classic film “The Graduate,” here’s our one word for today: plastic. “Having credit card issues? At least 26,600 other frustrated people are right there with you,” writes Maria Lamagna in an interesting piece for marketwatch.com. “The… Read more...

WHAT WOULD RODNEY DANGERFIELD THINK?

 Tom Selleck, among other celebrities, has done impressively slick infomercials extolling the benefits of reverse mortgages (truth to tell, by our light, his is the very best and persuasive of the lot—I mean, are there many others more trustworthy than… Read more ›...

PROSPECTS OF A FRUGAL RETIREMENT

You can never go wrong with a Steve Vernon cbsnews.com MoneyWatch column, and this typically informative and gracefully written one–headlined How Boomers are Adjusting to Prospects of a Frugal Retirement—is no exception.  Vernon writes: “Several years into America’s...

THE “LIFE EXPECTANCY GAP”

“Researchers have confirmed that life expectancy at older ages has been rising fastest for the highest socioeconomic groups,” writes Rebecca Moore in an excellent piece for plansponsor.com, citing a paper published by the National Bureau of Economic Research. Moore...

THE “LIFE EXPECTANCY GAP”

“Researchers have confirmed that life expectancy at older ages has been rising fastest for the highest socioeconomic groups,” writes Rebecca Moore in an excellent piece for plansponsor.com, citing a paper published by the National Bureau of Economic Research. Moore...

SMALL-BUSINESS OPTIMISM

“[American] small businesses expect stronger revenue this year and many anticipate adding employees,” writes Howard Schneider in a reuters.com piece that cites a New York Fed report. The article continues: “In a national survey that covered nearly 16,000 firms with...

SMALL-BUSINESS OPTIMISM

“[American] small businesses expect stronger revenue this year and many anticipate adding employees,” writes Howard Schneider in a reuters.com piece that cites a New York Fed report. The article continues: “In a national survey that covered nearly 16,000 firms with…...

WORKING UNTIL . . . WHEN?

“With Americans living longer and the Great Recession walloping employees’ nest eggs, a new CareerBuilder study estimates half of U.S. workers at least 60 years old don’t think they’ll be able to retire until 70 at the earliest,” writes Andrew… Read more › The post...

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