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Congress Approves First Big Dodd-Frank Rollback by ALAN RAPPEPORT and EMILY FLITTER


By ALAN RAPPEPORT and EMILY FLITTER

The bipartisan legislation will now head to President Trump, leaving fewer than 10 big banks subject to stricter post-crisis oversight. 15 altre parole

Cutting the Cable in Retirement

You know what they say about people who still have land-based wired telephone lines?  Everyone under the age of 35 has never had one, and everyone over the age of 55 is… 895 altre parole

Baby Boomers

Where did your journey start?

Mine started with an abundance of responsibility thrust upon me on September 23rd, 2014 – the day my first son was born. Since then, my wife and I have added another son and the joy I get from raising my children is coupled by a drive to do more. 155 altre parole

Swimming

I am a swimmer.  I’ve never been on a swim team, had my last swimming lesson when I was 12, my stroke is far from perfect and even my fastest pace is slow….but starting when I was in grad school, and continuing with only short breaks due to injury or lack of pool access, I have shown up several times a week and swum laps. 281 altre parole

Retirement

Saving for retirement: Why you may not need as much as you think

Which type of retiree would you rather be: striving to keep up with the Joneses or living contently as a “millionaire next door?” 981 altre parole

Money & Credit

How Inflation Affects Your Savings

What is Inflation?

The money you have today is most likely going to be worth less than that same amount of money tomorrow.  That is why saving for retirement is not just about squirreling money into a savings account, it’s about investing. 554 altre parole

Finance

Even The Landscape Needs De-Cluterring

After the bombing of the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, our family unanimously decided to move out of New York City and hunker down in upstate New York. 809 altre parole

Living Life