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Here are some things to consider before deciding to retire in another state

Here are some things to consider before deciding to retire in another state

His skin | E+ | Getty Images Thinking of retiring to another state? You’re not alone. A United Van Lines study found the percentage of people retiring to a new state rose to 18.3% in 2021 from 13.4% in 2015. However, making the move is not a simple decision, as there are a myriad of …

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Liz Weston: Make the most of the new charitable giving rules

Liz Weston: Make the most of the new charitable giving rules

At LIZ WESTON or NerdWallet Most people no longer get a tax deduction when donating to charity. This shouldn’t stop you from donating, but you may want to change your approach. Generally, only taxpayers who itemize deductions can write off charitable contributions. The vast majority of taxpayers take the standard deduction instead, which was nearly …

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5 key personal finance issues this midterm election - and what they mean for your wallet

5 key personal finance issues this midterm election – and what they mean for your wallet

As Americans head to the polls, several key personal finance issues weigh on voters’ minds and wallets. This week, the Federal Reserve enacted its fourth consecutive 0.75 percentage point increase in interest rates to fight inflation, triggering further losses in stock markets. Meanwhile, recession fears are growing, with 84% of Americans worried about how a …

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5 key personal finance issues this midterm election - and what they mean for your wallet

5 key personal finance issues this midterm election – and what they mean for your wallet

As Americans head to the polls, several key personal finance issues weigh on voters’ minds and wallets. This week, the Federal Reserve enacted its fourth consecutive 0.75 percentage point increase in interest rates to fight inflation, triggering further losses in stock markets. Meanwhile, recession fears are growing, with 84% of Americans worried about how a …

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