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The price of a cup of coffee may keep Social Security solvent

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When Rep. John Larson, D-Conn., travels the country to talk about his plan for Social Security reform, he often holds up a Starbucks coffee cup.
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Americans are more in debt than ever and experts say ‘money disorders’ may be to blame

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“Money disorder” is an umbrella term for reoccurring issues people have with money. They involve issues like compulsive buying, money hoarding and pathological gambling. https://www.cnbc.com/2019/08/16/whats-behind-my-compulsive-spending-and-how-do-i-stop-it.html
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A big wealth transfer is coming. How to get younger generations ready.

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RichVintage | E+ | Getty Images The Great Wealth Transfer is coming. About $68 trillion in U.S. wealth is expected to change hands in the
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In your 50s? How to get serious about planning for retirement

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Once you’re in your 50s and the end of full-time work is no longer a distant concept, it’s a good time to get serious about
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Chase gives certain credit card holders a big gift: debt forgiveness

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For some Canadian credit card holders, dreams do come true. J.P. Morgan Chase Bank has decided to forgive the outstanding debt of its credit card
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Women are financially less prepared for retirement than men

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Sam Edwards | Getty Images For women, the salary gap they face in their working years eventually turns into a retirement savings gap. Only about
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What experts say you should do with your 401(k) as the market tanks

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There’s one market correlation you can count on: When the markets plummet, calls to 401(k) plan providers go up. If you’re like a lot of
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Here’s how to prepare for market volatility, by age

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Picture Alliance | Getty Images As the trade war between the world’s largest economies rages on, your savings are likely taking a hit. The Dow

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