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“I want to meet someone rich.  Is it so bad?  I'm 46, make $210,000, and own a $700,000 house.  I'm tired of dating "losers".

“A friend advised me to find a husband”: I am almost 50 years old and I am about to retire. Would it be a mistake to get married and mess up my finances?

I am a single woman in my late 40s with no children. At 50, my federal agency will allow me to retire with a full pension. I’m planning on doing this because I have a large amount saved in my savings plan, and I’m going to be moving to a southern state, probably Georgia. A …

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This Brilliant Idea Can Make Everyone Better With Money, Older Americans Say

This Brilliant Idea Can Make Everyone Better With Money, Older Americans Say

Polls consistently show that older Americans regret a lot of things — working too much, choosing the wrong partner, not taking care of their health, and so on. There are also often financial regrets, such as not having saved enough and investing too little for retirement. This last regret has many reasons: everything from the …

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10 Crazy Things Detailed in FTX's Bankruptcy Filing

10 Crazy Things Detailed in FTX’s Bankruptcy Filing

On Thursday, John Ray, III, the new CEO of FTX, filed a long-awaited statement in US bankruptcy court, giving a sober assessment of the collapse of Sam Bankman-Fried’s crypto empire. The bankruptcy court filing followed a whirlwind of events, including the publication of explosive texts that Bankman-Fried sent to a Vox reporter earlier this week. …

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This state has the best personal finance education in the US - you can tell by its average credit score

This state has the best personal finance education in the US – you can tell by its average credit score

Financial literacy is key to managing money, but how well are states preparing their students? Tennessee tops the list of US states that offer the best financial education to its residents, according to a new report from financial services firm OneMain Financial. More than 99% of public high school students in Tennessee have what is …

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Even JPMorgan bullish strategist Kolanovic says the markets are getting ahead of themselves.  Here's what he and a Goldman strategist say do now.

Even JPMorgan bullish strategist Kolanovic says the markets are getting ahead of themselves. Here’s what he and a Goldman strategist say do now.

A bullish day is looming for equities after more upbeat inflation news as producer prices fell more than expected. That’s when the clock ticks down to Wednesday’s retail sales report. But while some investors cling to hope that last week’s stock run started with last week’s weaker CPI inflation report, Wall Street remains wary, with …

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Yes, you can invest as little as $100: Here are 4 ways to get started

Yes, you can invest as little as $100: Here are 4 ways to get started

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FTX bankruptcy, Meta layoffs: Equity investors could whistle past the graveyard

FTX bankruptcy, Meta layoffs: Equity investors could whistle past the graveyard

Investors stunned by last week’s strong rally in stocks may want to listen to Tom Waits’ song, 1978’s “Whistlin’ Past the Graveyard,” to sober up the dangers that still lurk. The surge in stocks catapulted the S&P 500 SPX index, +0.92% TO SPY, +0.97% almost back to the 4,000 mark on Friday, also taking it …

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Shaky UK markets push pension funds to fight fires in real time

Regulators plan to curb big banks’ dominance in Treasury market

Regulators are seeking to broaden trading in the massive $24 billion market for U.S. Treasury securities, a potential power shift away from the small club of big banks that have dominated the market for decades, according to a federal report released Thursday. Regulators have been on heightened alert about market stability since March 2020, when …

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Investors flock to venture capital despite market downturn

Investors flock to venture capital despite market downturn

Investors backing venture capitalists continue to pour money into the sector, eager for access to hot tech startups even as the industry sinks into a bear market. Venture capital funds raised $151 billion in the first three quarters of this year, outpacing any previous full-year fundraising, according to newly released information from PitchBook Data Inc. …

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