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Most people think of the obvious tax benefits Roth IRAs offer, but these accounts have some less-obvious advantages that savvy savers – whether young and just starting out or newly retired – can tap into as well.
In your 20s, as you start your career and make real money for the first time, your spending changes. After living with Mom and Dad or in a college dorm, you can afford a place of your own and might...
Most offices have eight-hour workdays—how many of those hours are we really supposed to be working? We asked a productivity expert, a psychologist, a labor journalist, and a boss.
Here are the stories of two couples and how they took two different paths (using two different types of annuities) to provide enough guaranteed income for a worry-free retirement.
Having guaranteed income after retirement is undeniably appealing. However, there are a number of risks to consider before rolling your 401(k) into an annuity.
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A Roth 401(k) is an employee-sponsored retirement plan that allows you to contribute after-tax earnings.
As China tries to reshape its economy, many U.S. companies, including those in materials and technology sectors, may feel some pain.
If you haven’t properly prepared for leaving the working world and living without a paycheck, you’ll have to face the ugly truths about retirement.
Get ready for growth stocks to come roaring back to life says this top-performing manager. Here are his picks.
Online delivery, social media apps and software are hot stocks for the growth fund manager who says value companies are about to take a back seat.
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A new campaign urges companies to stop 'ghosting' job candidates, which it says is bad for both people's wellbeing and brands' reputations
Recruitment firm Tribepad is asking companies to admit they may have "ghosted" applicants in the past - but will try to avoid doing so in the future.
China's C919 jetliner - a no-show at the country's biggest air show this week – has found it harder to meet certification and production targets amid tough U.S. export rules, according to three people with knowledge of the programme. The state-owned manufacturer, Commercial Aircraft Corp of China (COMAC), has been unable to get timely help from suppliers and has run out of some spare parts, those people said. U.S.-linked suppliers are gradually receiving the licences, but the hiccup has slowed down Chinese certification, and months-long delays threaten to affect early production, said the people, who declined to be named because of the sensitivity of the matter.
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Costco is renting 3 container ships and 'several thousand containers' to shield itself from supply-chain delays and rising costs
Retailers across the US are facing delays, shortages, and rising costs because of an ongoing breakdown in the shipping supply chain.
Sometimes an inheritance includes more than a house or an heirloom vase. Investors can choose to pass down to their heirs financial securities like stocks. Determining the value of such a bequest is vital. Without the proper calculations or procedures, … Continue reading → The post What Is the Cost Basis of Inherited Stock? appeared first on SmartAsset Blog.
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With workers and employers feeling ghosted, it's clear that the hiring process is not working. Here's how companies can improve.
People on both sides of the table are frustrated. Nobel Prize-winning psychologist Daniel Kahneman explains how companies can do better in the hiring process.
(Bloomberg Markets) -- The interrogators lit into Noel Quinn, as if he were a latter-day Neville Chamberlain. Where were his ethics? asked members of the U.K. Parliament. His morals? His stand against totalitarianism? Comparisons with 1930s Germany often seem “mad,” one politician allowed, but is any country “so evil and wicked” that Quinn would pull his business?Most Read from BloombergHow Los Angeles Became the City of DingbatsWhy the Gaza Strip May Be the City of the FutureThe Country That Ma
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Publicly traded companies hitting a $1 trillion market cap is psychologically fulfilling but pretty rare. Of the more than 8,000 securities investors can choose from, just five in the U.S. have hit a valuation of $1 trillion or higher: Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, Alphabet, and Facebook. This growth, coupled with ongoing innovation, should allow additional companies to attain the psychologically important $1 trillion valuation.
Hurricane Ida also hit oil output, a primary reason Goldman sees the price going to $90. Goldman Sachs has raised its oil price forecast to $90 a barrel as it said Hurricane Ida should prove to be “the most bullish hurricane in U.S. history.” “Global oil demand is back to converging to pre-Covid levels led by mobility in Asia, including China, and with the Delta Covid impact fading,” they said, adding that the global decline in air travel was smaller than first feared.
Investors have been rewarding companies that are doing a particularly good job of pumping out free cash flow and increasing their shareholder returns.
Retirement Roundup: The U.S. fell one spot, to No. 17, in Natixis' Global Retirement index; a Charles Schwab survey finds younger workers feeling the most financial stress; and more.
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Jamie Dimon says 'you're a fool' if you borrow to buy bitcoin, and that he wouldn't care if its price increased 10 times
"This does not mean it can't go 10 times in the next five years," Jamie Dimon told Times of India. "But I don't care about that."