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Valuable Vintage Football Helmets Help Document The History of Concussions and Deaths
2/8/2016 12:10 PM
It pays to do your homework when buying and selling vintage football helmets. But no matter what you spend, their evolution shows just how dangerous the game has always been...Read More
 
You Call That Free? What TurboTax And The Free File Alliance Cost One Millennial
2/8/2016 10:05 AM
Despite technically qualifying for free filing it cost me $118.64 to file my 2014 tax return with Intuit’s TurboTax in 2015. How the same thing could easily happen to you...Read More
 
Who'll Pay For Americans To Live To 100?
2/8/2016 10:00 AM
More Americans are living to 100 but reforms are needed to prevent their money from running out...Read More
 
Lack of Fed Action Keeps Variable-Rate Student Loans Steady
2/8/2016 9:58 AM
Regardless of when and if the Fed plans a rate hike this year, student-loan borrowers with variable rates have already felt the bite of the central bank’s December rate increase...Read More
 
The Secret To Increasing Retirement Income That Your Advisor Won't Tell You About
2/8/2016 9:54 AM
It's time for investors to challenge conventional wisdom and consider using this asset class even if their advisor doesn't know how to...Read More
 
Give Yourself A Break From Retirement Worry
2/8/2016 8:55 AM
Remember being 20? (If you're 20 and reading this, take note.) Everything seemed possible, and the sky was the limit...Read More
 
Microsoft Partner Emercoin Joins Crypto's OpenLedger To Deliver Robust Blockchain Services
2/8/2016 8:39 AM
Financial crypto-currency platform OpenLedger, which is based on BitShares technology, is partnering with the digital currency and blockchain platform Emercoin, to offer what is being touted as “new synergies” in next-gen blockchain-based services. It comes hot on the heels after EMC partnered with the Azure cloud BaaS program...Read More
 
Does Your 401(k) Stink? Four Easy Questions to Ask
2/8/2016 8:05 AM
It's never obvious what makes a 401(k) plan good or bad. Here are some questions to ask...Read More
 
Scariest Tax Form? Omit It, And IRS Can Audit You Forever
2/8/2016 7:46 AM
IRS tax audits are expensive and stressful, and IRS time to audit usually expires after 3 or 6 years depending on your return. But skipping one form allows the IRS to audit you FOREVER...Read More
 
When Feminists Eat Their Own Rather Than Really Change The System
2/8/2016 7:20 AM
Changing inequality at every level, including gender, means a different, not just improved, way of doing things...Read More



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