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

By Joseph Adinolfi 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 index hit its longest losing streak in nearly two …

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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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Student loan forgiveness: Americans are divided on how it will affect the economy, but here's what the experts say

Student loan forgiveness: Americans are divided on how it will affect the economy, but here’s what the experts say

President Biden had hoped a massive student loan forgiveness program would be one of his signature achievements, but the courts have blocked his plan to forgive up to $10,000 of federal college debt for millions borrowers (and up to $20,000 for Pell Grant recipients). Holiday expenses: Get the best holiday shopping and savings tipsTake a …

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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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In the US, you can legally 'be fired for any reason or no reason at all' - here's why

In the US, you can legally ‘be fired for any reason or no reason at all’ – here’s why

Tech companies have recently made headlines for laying off hundreds, if not thousands, of employees. Twitter was first, cutting hundreds of staff on the night of Nov. 3, and Meta followed suit, announcing it would cut more than 11,000. In late November, DoorDash announced it would lay off 1,250 people. While some workers affected by …

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BNP Paribas has studied 100 years of stock market crashes - here's what it says is to come

BNP Paribas has studied 100 years of stock market crashes – here’s what it says is to come

Oops. Stocks fell through key support on Tuesday and it looks like some recent momentum has now run out. The new line in the sand for the S&P 500 SPX, -1.44% appears to be 3,900. Whether or not Santa Claus will eventually come remains to be determined, with Mr Claus possibly postponing a decision until …

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Here's where we stand after this week's sharp back-to-back market declines

Here’s where we stand after this week’s sharp back-to-back market declines

The stock market is having another nasty bearish session on Tuesday on fears that the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates for a longer period to a higher level and that could tip the economy into a recession. The central bank, according to the Wall Street Journal, plans to raise rates above 5% next year …

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