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  • 7 Creative Ways to Save $100s By Using the Library

    7 Creative Ways to Save $100s By Using the Library

    Your local library is a glorious treasure trove. Traditionally, we think about visiting the library to check out books. And yes, you can still do that, even in the midst of the pandemic. But many people overpay for dozens of services they could obtain for free at their library. I honestly don’t think we would […] More

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  • Zero Emissions Vehicles: Making Sense of the Transition with SASB Standards

    Zero Emissions Vehicles: Making Sense of the Transition with SASB Standards

    “The days of the internal combustion engine are numbered.” — Neal E. Boudette and Coral Davenport, The New York Times, 28 January 2021 What precipitated such a dramatic pronouncement? General Motors (GM) had just released its plan to phase out traditional petroleum-fueled automobiles and sell only zero-emissions vehicles (ZEVs) by 2035. While attention-grabbing, GM’s was […] More

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  • Isn’t Social Security Incorrect That My Wife Can’t Suspend Her Retirement Benefit Now?

    Isn't Social Security Incorrect That My Wife Can't Suspend Her Retirement Benefit Now?

    Ask Larry Economic Security Planning, Inc. Today’s column addresses questions about an incorrect claim that the new law made it no longer possible to suspend a retirement benefit, whether public pension survivor’s benefits affect Social Security benefits and how the new law changed deeming rules for retirement and spousal benefits. Larry Kotlikoff is a Professor […] More

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  • Women of Color Go into Construction Trades

    April 8, 2021 Women of Color Go into Construction Trades The annual pay for a plumber in Omaha, Nebraska, with three years of experience is around $55,000 a year, while a certified nursing assistant there earns $30,000. Or compare an electrician in the Phoenix area making $62,000 to $39,000 for a dental assistant. Recognizing that […] More

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  • Save for Retirement First or Children’s Education?

    Save for Retirement First or Children's Education?

    A while ago, my brother forwarded me this article from the NY Times – Save for Retirement First, the Children’s Education Second. The financial planners advise that it is crucial to save for retirement before contributing to your children’s higher education. Your children have more options for education than you have for retirement. They can […] More

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  • FREE Subscription to People Magazine — Coupon Pro

    FREE Subscription to People Magazine — Coupon Pro

    April 7th, 2021 POSTED BY Ro. April 7, 2021 3:49 pm Hurry on over to get your FREE Subscription to People Magazine, courtesy of Mercury Magazines! Make sure to say “No Thanks” to any offers. If you receive a renewal notice, ignore it, it is not a bill. This magazine is rarely offered for free, so get […] More

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  • ONLINE: Saving and Finding Free Money for College – Isthmus

    ONLINE: Saving and Finding Free Money for College - Isthmus

    media release: The Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions (DFI) announced Gov. Tony Evers proclaimed the month of April as Financial Literacy and Capability Month (PDF) in Wisconsin. The proclamation is part of a nationwide effort to raise awareness about the importance of financial literacy education and financial wellness. “We’re working hard to help Wisconsinites recover […] More

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  • Holidaymakers warned of 10-week passport delay

    Holidaymakers warned of 10-week passport delay - here

    The warning has been issued by the Passport Office amid concerns there may be surge in applications once travel borders reopen – particularly as there was a drop in the number of applications processed last year. In 2020, there were 4 million passport applications in comparison to 7 million in 2019.  Text reminders will be […] More

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