September 26th, 2018

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If You Owe Back Taxes, Here’s What to Do
Owing past-due taxes can be daunting and intimidating. However, the IRS has procedures in place that can put the delinquent taxes under some control until they can be paid in full. Here are some ways to deal with the unfortunate situation …
Bottom Line Inc

How much losing 1 big tax deduction could cost you
With tax reform firmly in place, taxpayers are trying to plan for what they should expect when they file their tax returns early next year. New tax …
The Motley Fool
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Escrow Taxes And Insurance, Or Pay Them Yourself?
Mortgage lenders generally require borrowers to include taxes and insurance premiums in their monthly mortgage payments. The additional payments …
Forbes

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The Complete Guide to Checking Accounts
A checking account is a type of bank account that offers easy access to deposited funds. Unlike other types of bank accounts – including savings …
Investopedia
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Is it ever worth taking a 10 percent IRA early withdrawal penalty?
Perhaps the biggest variable in your situation is how long it will take you to pay off the credit card. For example, if you can pay the credit card …
USA Today

Americans’ Top Financial Worry — and How to Make It Go Away
When it comes to money matters, Americans have plenty to be concerned about. A large number of U.S. adults are behind on emergency savings, and many wonder …
Fox Business
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5 things you must do before you retire
If you’re looking forward to retirement, you’re not alone. Countless workers dream of leaving their jobs behind and enjoying the freedom of …
CNN Money

U.S. Household Net Worth Neared $107 Trillion in Second Quarter
The total net worth of U.S. households rose farther into record territory in the second quarter, propelled by climbing home values and stock prices …
The Wall Street Journal
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Start Early and Keep Building Good Money-Management Habits
Many parents just wing it with their finances. They may be getting away with it for now, but their kids likely won’t. So, here’s how parents can help …
Kiplinger

What I Learned From The Financial Crisis Of 2008
In 2005, the writer David Foster Wallace started his commencement speech at Kenyon with a parable: “There are these two young fish swimming along, and …
Forbes
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How a 401(k) Works After Retirement
The way your 401(k) works after you retire depends on what you do with it. Depending on your age at retirement (and the rules of your company), you may …
Investopedia

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“In yet another political scandal, Freddie Mac has confessed to having an affair with Fannie Mae…”
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Trivia
Who invented the stock ticker in 1870?
See the answer below.
Need spending money? 12 side hustles where you can make $1,000 a month
There’s a reason side hustles are becoming more popular these days. Not only do they allow you to expand your horizons and grow professionally, but they’re …
USA Today
What Year Was It?

First Kennedy-Nixon Debate

What Year

For the first time in U.S. history, a debate between major party presidential candidates is shown on television. John F. Kennedy, a Democratic senator of Massachusetts, and Richard M. Nixon, the vice president of the United States, met to discuss U.S. domestic matters.
The day was Sep 26. What year was it?

Quote of the Week
“Don’t let money run your life, let money help you run your life better.”
John Rampton
Trivia Answer
Who invented the stock ticker in 1870?
Answer: Thomas Edison
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