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    1. Everything You Need to Know About a Retirement Plan

      Everything You Need to Know About a Retirement Plan

      This story originally appeared on Due When employed, you get remuneration for your services. This income is considered an active income, which means it is correlated to your efforts. As long as you serve a company, you will be paid. Due - Due There is a limit to working age. So what happens when you retire? How do you survive post-retirement ? How do you save enough? This article covers these concerns and much more. What Is a Pension Plan?

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    2. Ask Marc: Netflix Co-Founder Marc Randolph on Staying Motivated, Morning Routines and Setting Priorities

      Ask Marc: Netflix Co-Founder Marc Randolph on Staying Motivated, Morning Routines and Setting Priorities

      Looking for a good dose of inspiration and practical information to launch or grow your dream business? In this half-hour installment of Ask Marc!, Marc Randolph, co-founder and founding CEO of Netflix, answered audience questions live, covering a wide breadth of information and topics affecting all aspects of entrepreneurs' lives — from revenue to mental health. Check out the video, and be sure to listen to Randolph's That Will Never Work podcast for even more insights.

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    3. 8 Tips for Playing the Stock Market With Your Annuity (Music Edition)

      8 Tips for Playing the Stock Market With Your Annuity (Music Edition)

      Due Let’s be honest. The future is looking more and more uncertain . And, that can definitely impact your finances — especially if you have money tied up in the stock market. Due - Due If there is a silver lining, if you’re an annuity owner, you probably can rest a little easier. For example, if the stock market crashes, and you own a fixed or indexed annuity, your money is safe. That may not be the case with variable annuities though. The reason?

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    4. 6 Quirky Tax Breaks You Probably Didn't Know Existed, From Breast Implants to Babysitters

      6 Quirky Tax Breaks You Probably Didn't Know Existed, From Breast Implants to Babysitters

      April 18 is Tax Day, the last day that tax returns for individual income can be submitted to the federal government, with many celebrating money earned back or lamenting the money that they still owe.

      Everyone has that one friend or family member who always seems to manage to find the most bizarre or out-of-the-box loopholes to get money back when it coms to filing .

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    5. Amazon Opens Revolutionary Whole Foods With Technology That Could Make More Than 3 Million U.S. Jobs Obsolete

      Amazon Opens Revolutionary Whole Foods With Technology That Could Make More Than 3 Million U.S. Jobs Obsolete

      The first Whole Foods utilizing cashierless technology opened its doors earlier this week, making register-free shopping a reality for customers at the 21,500-square-foot store located in Washington D.C., Axios reports.

      Amazon, the grocery chain's parent company, has been developing its "Just Walk Out" system, which allows customers to load their carts and leave without interacting with a cashier at a traditional checkout stand, since at least 2016.

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    6. Top Industries for Job Seekers in 2022

      Top Industries for Job Seekers in 2022

      The signs are there that 2022 is a great year to look for a new high-level job — thanks to the Great Resignation, companies are looking to replace those transient workers in director, VP, and even executive-level positions. But just because it’s a good time to look for work, doesn’t mean that prospects are equally good across all industries.

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      Mentions: Amazon J.P. Morgan
    7. 4 Things I Learned From Launching My Own Self-Help App

      4 Things I Learned From Launching My Own Self-Help App

      Are you an entrepreneur or creative who's considered creating an app?

      Studies show that over half of all millennial-owned businesses have an app and about 42% of small businesses do too. You might be considering an app for a number of reasons. You may be a fitness or yoga instructor who's looking for a more interactive way to sell your tutorials.

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    8. Bill Gates Is Releasing a New Book About How to Avoid Another Pandemic: Here's What We Know

      Bill Gates Is Releasing a New Book About How to Avoid Another Pandemic: Here's What We Know

      Billionaire and now beloved author Bill Gates has announced his latest project in a new post on his blog aptly titled A Plan for No More Pandemics.

      “The last two years have caused unbelievable amounts of hardship around the world, and it’s not easy to feel optimistic when you’ve endured the misery that so many people have experienced,” Gates penned.

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    9. Elon Musk Rips Into Joe Biden, Canadian Government: 'This Is the Path to Tyranny'

      Elon Musk Rips Into Joe Biden, Canadian Government: 'This Is the Path to Tyranny'

      The ever-contentious Tweeter took to the social-media platform on Thursday to hit back at the Biden administration after the President spoke about the future of electric vehicles in America and seemed to have left Musk’s Tesla off the list of impactful companies.

      “I meant it when I said the future was going to be made right here in America,” Biden’s original Tweet said. “Companies like GM and Ford are building more electric vehicles here at home than ever before.”

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    10. Why You Should Avoid Your Phone’s Default Calendar App

      Why You Should Avoid Your Phone’s Default Calendar App

      It’s incredible what can be accomplished in a single day. Yet highly productive people don’t simply fall into effective, efficient habits. Instead, maximizing your time requires focused decision-making and self-analysis. For this reason, it is important not to revert to default mode—especially when it comes to the default calendar app on your phone.

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      Mentions: Robert Williams
    11. 10 of the Most Overhyped Credit Card Features

      10 of the Most Overhyped Credit Card Features

      To stand out in the highly competitive credit card market, issuers often load up their advertising with features and perks that sound impressive. But the truth is, some just aren’t.

      Take “zero fraud liability,” for example. This isn’t so much a feature as it is U.S. federal law. Essentially, all cards have it.

      Free credit score? If this was 2010, that might be special. Not anymore.

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    12. What is an Annuity? (And Can it Get You Out of Debt?

      What is an Annuity? (And Can it Get You Out of Debt?

      Annuities are insurance products that are usually used to enhance your retirement’s financial goals and plans. Overall, in terms of financial security, annuities are among the most powerful tools available.

      Unlike other retirement vehicles, annuities guarantee a lifetime income. As such, they’re a probably way to supplement other retirement income streams like a 401(k), IRA, and Social Security. But, is it possible to use an annuity to pay off your debt?

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      Mentions: retirement
    13. There's a New Strategy for Networking in the Digital Age

      There's a New Strategy for Networking in the Digital Age

      It was only a few decades ago that networking meant attending conferences and events and handing out a business card. Yet fast forward to 2022, and networking is increasingly taking place online. This was a big thing even before the global pandemic ushered in the era of remote working and Zoom calls, but now, we’re truly living in a time where digital networking is the norm.

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    14. What Net Worth Do You Need to Retire?

      What Net Worth Do You Need to Retire?

      At some point, you will have to ask an important question, “I much do I need to retire?”

      There are actually several rules of thumb when it comes to saving for retirement. The most common, though, is somewhere near $1 million. Other experts suggest that you’ll 80% to 90% of your pre-retirement income or 12 times your salary before retiring.

      What’s the best option for you? How will you know when you’re on the right path?

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    15. 10 Ways to Make Your Emails Pop

      10 Ways to Make Your Emails Pop

      When it comes to email, don’t believe the hype that it’s an antiquated communication medium. Case in point? By the end of 2025, email users will balloon to 4.6 billion users!

      What’s more, email will continue to dominate as the primary way to connect in the business world. But, at the same time, managing our inboxes can be time-consuming and frustrating — even though it’s necessary.

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    16. Consider These ETF Strategies to Tackle Hot Inflation Data

      Consider These ETF Strategies to Tackle Hot Inflation Data

      Rising inflation levels continue to be a concern for the U.S. economy. Per the latest Labor Department report, the Consumer Price Index (CPI) in December rose 7% year over year, on par with the Dow Jones estimate, according to a CNBC article. The metric came in at the highest level since June 1982 and covers a basket of products, ranging from gasoline and health care to groceries and rents. It also increased 0.5% for the month, surpassing the 0.4% Dow Jones estimate.

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    17. Weekly Unemployment Claims Jump In Possible Sign of Omicron Hit to Jobs Recovery

      Weekly Unemployment Claims Jump In Possible Sign of Omicron Hit to Jobs Recovery

      The number of American workers filing weekly jobless claims—a proxy for layoffs—rose by 23,000 from the prior week in what could be a sign of an impact from the Omicron surge, though the number of people continuing to claim benefits hit a multi-decade low, suggesting further labor market tightening.

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    18. Elon Musk Slams California Government for 'Bizarre Move'

      Elon Musk Slams California Government for 'Bizarre Move'

      The Tesla CEO voiced his opinion on a new solar tax being proposed by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC).

      According to the Tesla Silicon Valley Club, the new proposal (dubbed NEM 3.0) would slam customers with a “grid access” fee that would cost them $8 per kW of installed solar each month, on top of other extraneous fees that could add up to an additional $80 per customer per month.

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