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The following is a guest post from Chris Orestis, CEO of Life Care Funding and a 20-year veteran of both the insurance and long-term care industries. Even as aging Americans revel in the splendor of their well-earned retirements they still harbor plenty of worries, such as outliving their savings. Considering Long-Term Care Near the top of… Read Article →

I’m a big believer in using mobile technology to make my life easier and reduce friction. That approach absolutely extends to banking and managing my finances. In addition to using Apple Pay when possible, I regularly use multiple finance related apps including PayPal, Fidelity, Chase, Citibank, and the banking apps associated with my personal and business… Read Article →

The following is a guest post from Dennis Notchick, a Registered Investment Advisor Representative and Certified Financial Planner with Safeguard Investment Advisory Group in San Diego, CA. Millennials came of age at a time when the job market was weak and their student-loan debt was high. Such a dreary combination did not bode well for a rosy financial future…. Read Article →

SUPERHUBS: How the Financial Elite & Their Networks Rule Our World Hardcover: 227 pages Publisher: Nicholas Brealey (2017) Illuminating and frightening; the words that came to mind as I worked my way through the new book by Sandra Navidi, the Founder and CEO of BeyondGlobal, a consulting firm, where she renders macroeconomic and strategic positioning advice. SuperHubs provides a rare,… Read Article →

When President Obama eased restrictions allowing *people-to-people educational travel* to Cuba I was instantly intrigued. With limited access for most Americans (also limited knowledge) Cuba was taboo, travel banned by a foreign policy rooted in domestic politics. Image Credit | Darius Soodmand I knew there would be great interest in visiting Cuba, the largest island… Read Article →

By Peter Gosselin, ProPublica For the past half century, federal law has banned employers from discriminating against people based on their age. But since the early 1990s, corporate lawyers and conservative judges have sought to shrink what counts as discrimination, making it substantially harder to prove age bias. Now, a case possibly headed for the Supreme… Read Article →

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