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  • Free Download and Install Showbox App for PC
    Showbox is an excellent android app which offers you to download and stream TV shows, reality shows and movies from the worldwide. This app has been installed over 100 million times and has the positive ratings towards it. This app can be used even with slow internet connection. You can watch high quality videos too [...]
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  • aptoide apk download for android os and ios
    Pokeman Go is one of the best ever game in the android history. This game created history in Android games. This is the most adventures android game where you need to find the pikachi by playing in your real world. You just need to connected to the Google Maps to play the game. You need [...]
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  • itube apk download for android and mac os
    We all love to watch videos in Youtube. Youtube is the largest video sharing website around the world. Youtube offers you funny videos, video songs, movies and many more things. Some of the people even like to download the videos to watch repeatedly. There are lots of websites using which you can download Youtube videos. [...]
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  • Explore The Features Of The Es File Explorer Apk !
    Managing the files is not an easy task for everyone, especially who is very poor at management. There are many file management options to be introduced in the market. However, it is important to look for the best file manager so that you can easily manage the files at one place. Are you looking for [...]
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  • Will Bank Changes Lead to Withdrawal From Human Interaction?
    The investment banking struggles that contributed to the 2008 recession prompted stronger regulations for the finance industry. Unfortunately, some of the rules created to keep the larger banks in check also impacted smaller community banks, which have suffered as a result.1 However, the Trump administration’s goal to cut regulations by 70 percent to 80 percent [...]
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  • How Government Regulations May Impact the “Average Joe”
    We tend to take government regulations for granted. They can be annoying, like having to sign the HIPAA privacy notice before a doctor’s visit, or time consuming, like the yearly requirement of filing a tax return. But as the new presidential administration begins rolling back financial regulations, some people may wonder how they might be [...]
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  • Will We Ever Close the Gender Gap?
    Every year, the World Economic Forum updates its Global Gender Gap Report, which measures gender disparity across 144 countries and tracks this progress over time. The report pays special attention to the gaps between women and men with regard to health, education, economy and politics.1 Although the corporate “glass ceiling” has been broken by a [...]
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  • Work Less, Spend Less: How Retiring Boomers may Impact the Economy
    The economy has grown, in large part, because consumers are spending more money. It remains to be seen whether that trend will continue as more of the massive baby boomer generation approaches retirement. Even before people retire, many tend to slow down their spending habits. Part of this is lifestyle driven; by age 50, most [...]
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  • A 100-Year Lifespan: Ways to Help Increase Enjoyment
    The average life expectancy of a baby born in the U.S. today is 80 years. However, this prediction assumes prevailing patterns of mortality at the time of birth stay the same throughout a person’s life.1 In reality, patterns of mortality improve over time thanks to discoveries and innovations in nutrition and medical science. If you [...]
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  • The Power of Mindfulness
    It seems everywhere you turn these days, from news shows to news articles to local advertisements, there’s this idea of promoting “mindfulness” in our day-to-day lives. Mindfulness is generally accepted as focusing one’s mental state on the present moment, being completely aware of all elements around us. Some financial professionals have expanded this idea of [...]
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  • Health Tips from Around the World
    These days, it’s difficult to tell if America is still the greatest country in the world or one that has slipped from its pedestal. Perhaps it depends upon the measuring criteria. It is widely documented that the U.S. spends more on health care than any other country, with a total bill of $3.2 trillion last [...]
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  • Medicare Reform Outlook: Uncertain
    With a new administration in the nation’s highest office, there is growing debate about Medicare reform. The federal program, which helps provide health insurance to those over 65 and certain younger people with disabilities, is partially funded by participant premiums and a 1.45 percent payroll tax, matched by employers. Yet, it routinely exceeds its funding [...]
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  • Higher Education Cost Inflation Helps Lead to Legitimizing of MOOCs
    Almost 40 percent of high school graduates accepted for college admission ultimately do not attend the following year. The reason? College is expensive: The average college graduate emerged with about $30,000 in student loans in 2015.1 So you’ve got to wonder, is it worth it to graduate with that much debt, especially these days when [...]
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  • U.S. Housing Market Update
    The 30-year fixed mortgage rate rose from 3.5 percent to 4.25 percent after the presidential election. While higher rates might deter potential homebuyers — particularly young first-timers — residential real estate is expected to continue being a seller’s market throughout 2017.1 Meanwhile, the fate of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac remains unclear. These government-sponsored enterprises [...]
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  • Prescription for Retail Therapy
    How much do you use of what you buy? Research reveals that Americans throw away 30 percent to 40 percent of the food they purchase.1 That’s just food, most of which you see daily and toss out regularly as it goes bad. But what about the things that don’t go bad — the sports equipment [...]
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  • Take a Look at Life Insurance
    Middle-aged adults have a plethora of middle-aged financial priorities. It’s hard to even call them priorities because each one is important; it’s just a matter of spreading the money you have across a variety of different needs. In fact, a typical mid-life checking account might include payouts for a mortgage, college tuition, a savings account, [...]
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  • The Future of Globalization
    There was a time, at the end of the 20th century, when globalization was celebrated. We became more connected with the rest of the world. We could communicate and share information in real time without cost, nations benefited from strong imports and exports, and companies could improve their bottom lines by utilizing lower-cost suppliers and [...]
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  • Sleep and Other Surprising Economic Factors
    As a result of all modern society’s demands, researchers say people are sleeping less than ever. Common sleep inhibitors include stress, alcohol consumption, smoking, lack of physical activity and excessive electronic media use.1 Sleep deprivation may be detrimental to one’s health, but there’s an economic toll as well. One recent study found that as much [...]
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  • For the Health of Marriage
    Turns out marriage can do more for your heart than fill it with love. A recent study found that, among other health benefits, married people have a higher probability of surviving a stroke.1 They are also more likely to survive major surgery, have fewer heart attacks, be less likely to have advanced cancer when diagnosed [...]
  • Looking Through the Glass Ceiling
    The Women’s Rights Movement began in 1848 to enable women to have representation in decisions impacting their social, civil and religious rights.1 While Hillary Clinton, the first female presidential candidate from a major party, was not elected this year, women take their right to vote very seriously. In every presidential election since 1964 (2016 results [...]
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  • What it Means to be Disenfranchised
    Disenfranchised people are those who feel deprived of a legal right or privilege. The number of people disenfranchised within the United States is part of the reason Donald Trump, a candidate without a history in politics, was elected to office. While much of the country is recovering from the Great Recession, there continues to be [...]
  • Possible Perks and Perils of Buying Coastal Property
    All over the world, from Miami to the Maldives, rising sea levels threaten coastal real estate. Scientists say the daily high-water mark has been rising by nearly an inch a year in places like South Florida. During extraordinary high tides, saltwater even sneaks up the driveways of some multi-million dollar coastal homes.1  While projections vary, [...]
  • Tips for the Modern Traveler
    Traditional vacation prep used to entail choosing a budget destination, buying some traveler’s checks and heading to the airport just in time for your flight. For many, that list of things to do has changed drastically.  “Wellness travel” has become a big draw for vacationers who are willing to spend around 140 percent more than [...]
  • Looking Through the Glass Ceiling
    The Women’s Rights Movement began in 1848 to enable women to have representation in decisions impacting their social, civil and religious rights.1  While Hillary Clinton, the first female presidential candidate from a major party, was not elected this year, women take their right to vote very seriously. In every presidential election since 1964 (2016 results [...]
  • The State of Real Estate
    Thanks to price and sales growth, the U.S. housing market outperformed the U.S. economy in the first six months of 2016. Part of that success is demographic driven: Older millennials are looking to grow their families and buy their first home at the same time that some baby boomers are downsizing in preparation for retirement.1 [...]
  • The 60-Year Career
    Now that people are living longer, many are also working longer. Just imagine, if you start working regularly at age 20 and don’t retire until age 80, that’s a 60-year career. While it’s not as common today, traditionally, many workers would spend their entire career working for the same employer Take, for example, 86-year-old Detroit [...]
  • The 60-Year Career
    Now that people are living longer, many are also working longer. Just imagine, if you start working regularly at age 20 and don’t retire until age 80, that’s a 60-year career. While it’s not as common today, traditionally, many workers would spend their entire career working for the same employer Take, for example, 86-year-old Detroit [...]
  • Taxing Questions
    At the end of October, the IRS made several announcements regarding taxes in 2017.  Information available for the new year now includes tax rates, standard deductions, exemption amounts and more. While the standard deduction for various filing groups is set to increase by $50 or $100, an additional standard deduction of $1,250 is available for [...]
  • Get in the Entrepreneurial Spirit
    Whether you want a little extra income or just want to get out and interact with new people, tapping into your entrepreneurial instincts can fill many needs in retirement. Here are a few examples of fun, money-generating ideas people have come up with recently.  Remember photo booths — a printed strip of quick takes for [...]
  • Drug Prices: The Power of a Celebrity Tweet
    When drug manufacturer Mylan increased the list price of EpiPen last summer, it suffered the wrath of celebrity backlash. Actress Sarah Jessica Parker publicly criticized the company for raising the price of its emergency allergy treatment to $608.1  EpiPen, which has been around for decades, cost less than $100 when Mylan originally acquired the product [...]
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  • Life at Home is Your Business
    With a businessman running against a career politician in this year’s presidential race, one topic of discussion has been the pros and cons of running the country like a business.  The idea has been broached before, with several past presidents boasting more business than public service experience. In fact, 2012 presidential candidate Mitt Romney once [...]
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  • Entrepreneurs on the Rise
    Entrepreneurship plays a vital role in the growth of the U.S. labor market. The number of jobs created from startups peaked in the late 1990s before declining steadily through the first 10 years of the 2000s.1 However, from the ashes of the recession comes a phoenix of entrepreneurship.  In a recent study, 66 percent of [...]
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  • What’s New With Social Security?
    Before the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 passed, the Social Security Disability Insurance Trust Fund was projected to be depleted sometime this year.  Congress shifted tax revenues from the Old Age and Survivors Insurance Trust Fund to keep disability benefits fully funded. However, Social Security still faces long-term shortfalls under currently scheduled funding and expenditures.1  [...]

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