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How to protect your retirement savings from a crash
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Since the market hit rock bottom about eight years ago, it has been steadily improving, and investors have seen skyrocketing stock prices and annual returns. Unfortunately, those spectacular averages won't last forever, and the investment pros hav [...]
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5 Financial Risks in Retirement
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Many retirees can expect to live another 20 years, and some people will live to age 90 or beyond. That means you might need to pay for several decades of retirement. But once you're retired, you live on a fixed income. There are no merit raises, bonu [...]
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The Jobless Rate Is Finally Below 4 Percent. Our Economic Goals Still Do not Reflect That.
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The lowest rate since 2000 suggests that officials may want to focus not on job creation but on the quality of those jobs, and on pulling more people into the labor force. [...]
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Jobless Rate Looks Like Old Times, but the Economy Does not
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What’s going on? One answer is that the official unemployment rate is misleading as an indicator of economic slack, and/or that structural changes have shifted the Phillips curve. This could be true, but there are a lot of stories about firms comp [...]
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Decline in immigrant entrepreneurship threatens U.S. competitiveness
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The once steady rise in immigrant entrepreneurship has stalled in the United States, threatening to further slow an already sluggish economic recovery. Over the past six years, the proportion of new companies founded by foreign-born individuals ha [...]
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The decline of American entrepreneurship in five charts
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New research shows the country's entrepreneurship economy is in trouble. “I know the headlines look good, but when you dig a little deeper, something’s not quite right.” It gets worse. While the rate of business formation has slowed, the pace [...]
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