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Dollar Ain’t Losing Its Reserve Status

July 2, 2014

A staple of the doomsday crowd is the idea that the US is on the verge of losing its “reserve currency” status. It’s held that prominent financial position since the end of World War II. But, now, the doomsday crowd argues the US economy is in a bubble, the Fed is printing money like crazy, government spending and regulation on the rise, so it’s just a matter of time.

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My parents can’t manage alone anymore. What should I do?

May 21, 2014

Are one or both of your parents having health problems, suffering mental lapses, or just slowing down with age? Do you find they can't manage on their own anymore? If so, you'll want to consider the various living arrangements that are available to older individuals. Before you begin, however, you'll want to talk to your parents and siblings.

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Tips for Traveling Abroad

May 7, 2014

For many people, there's perhaps nothing more exciting than traveling to a new country, experiencing different cultures, tasting exotic foods, and exploring unfamiliar landscapes. But before you take off on an international adventure, consider that a little preparation and a few precautions can help prevent a lot of unexpected headaches.

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15 Facts about Social Security

April 30, 2014

It's easy to take Social Security for granted when retirement is years away, but with 94% of the U.S. workforce covered by Social Security,* it's likely that this program will play a role in your financial future, perhaps even sooner than you think. Here are some facts and statistics from the Social Security Administration that highlight why Social Security is important to so many people.

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