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As a record 8.7% increase in the Social Security cost of living begins in 2023, here's what recipients should look for in annual statements

As a record 8.7% increase in the Social Security cost of living begins in 2023, here’s what recipients should look for in annual statements

Catherine Ziegler | Digital vision | Getty Images As inflation kept prices high in 2022, Social Security recipients can expect a record cost-of-living adjustment in 2023. “Your Social Security benefits will increase by 8.7% in 2023 due to an increase in the cost of living,” the Social Security Administration says in the annual statements it …

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Here's how to build a brand new home in 23 steps

Here’s how to build a brand new home in 23 steps

Redfin CEO Glenn Kelman joins ‘Cavuto: Coast to Coast’ to discuss the state of the housing market after sales of existing homes fell for a ninth consecutive month in October. Editor’s Note: Richard “Monty” Montgomery writes a real estate advice column for Creators Syndicate. He is the author of “Money from Home: An Insider’s Secrets …

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Economists like Nouriel Roubini are starting to worry about a US debt crisis as interest rates rise - here's why it's the latest issue rocking markets

Economists like Nouriel Roubini are starting to worry about a US debt crisis as interest rates rise – here’s why it’s the latest issue rocking markets

Economists are beginning to worry about the sustainability of high debt levels as global interest rates rise sharply. A credit crunch could fuel “the mother of all economic crises”, warned Nouriel Roubini last week. Some experts have compared the current situation to the structural problems that triggered the financial crash of 2008. Loading Something is …

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The market is waiting for the CPI, the Federal Reserve;  Here's what to do

The market is waiting for the CPI, the Federal Reserve; Here’s what to do

Futures on the Dow Jones will open on Sunday evening, along with futures on the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq, with particular attention to the CPI inflation report and the Federal Reserve. X The stock market rally retreated last week, with major indexes continuing their trend to new highs, but then fading. It’s a tough …

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Some economists think you should go into debt in your twenties. here’s why

Image source: Getty Images Should we listen to this unexpected advice? Key points Most financial experts suggest limiting the amount you borrow, but some economists take the opposite approach. Some think it’s better to borrow when you’re young if you’re on the right track to making more money later. One problem with this idea is …

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Financial markets are issuing a warning that a recession is imminent: here's what it means for equities

Financial markets are issuing a warning that a recession is imminent: here’s what it means for equities

Across markets, familiar trading patterns for stocks, bonds and commodities that have held for months are starting to unravel as financial markets grapple with expectations that the US economy will sink. into a recession next year, market analysts told MarketWatch. The S&P 500 SPX index, +0.75% had its longest losing streak in nearly two months …

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Car insurance spending is on the rise: Here's how drivers are saving money

Car insurance spending is on the rise: Here’s how drivers are saving money

In a bid to save money, 65% of drivers said they were considering driving less and 10% said they were considering dropping their insurance coverage altogether, according to a recent Insurify study. (iStock) U.S. drivers are looking for ways to save money on rising car insurance rates to deal with inflationhigh interest rates and rising …

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50% of women say they are behind on their retirement savings.  Here's why they face challenges

50% of women say they are behind on their retirement savings. Here’s why they face challenges

Tim Robbert | Digital vision | Getty Images Finding enough money for retirement is a challenge for all workers. Women are 50% more likely to say they are late, compared to 35% of men, according to a new report from Goldman Sachs. In addition, 24% said they were “very late”, compared to 14% of men. …

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Here's what top US CEOs are saying about a possible recession in 2023

Here’s what top US CEOs are saying about a possible recession in 2023

General Motors CEO Mary Barra speaks during a visit by the President to the General Motors Factory ZERO electric vehicle assembly plant in Detroit, Michigan on November 17, 2021. Mandel Ngan | AFP | Getty Images As 2023 approaches and the prospect of a recession looms, corporate America is bracing for a slowdown in consumer …

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'Scariest measure of all': Mike Rowe warns 7m American men have 'done' looking for work and 'break through' - here's why it's a serious problem

‘Scariest measure of all’: Mike Rowe warns 7m American men have ‘done’ looking for work and ‘break through’ – here’s why it’s a serious problem

‘Scariest measure of all’: Mike Rowe warns 7m American men have ‘done’ looking for work and ‘break through’ – here’s why it’s a serious problem Men have been steadily exiting the US workforce since pre-pandemic times — even now, despite millions of job openings and an uncertain economic climate. As the US labor market remains …

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