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    1. Should I get a fixed- or adjustable-rate mortgage?

      Should I get a fixed- or adjustable-rate mortgage?

      If you've never bought a home before, the whole process can seem a little confusing. One of the first things you have to figure out is whether you should get a fixed-rate or adjustable-rate mortgage. Most people choose the fixed-rate mortgage without even thinking about it, but there are situations where an adjustable-rate mortgage may be a better fit. Every mortgage charges interest in order to make the deal worth it for lenders.

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    2. What happens when sexual harassers return to work

      What happens when sexual harassers return to work

      After an incident of harassment in the workplace, after the complaint is made, after the punishment is handed down, even after a suspension is enacted, what happens next?

      With some kinds of claims — singular instances, for example, or non-physical offenses — an accused harasser may be sent to training or put on suspension. But after that, they can sometimes return to work.

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    3. The best way to boost retirement income

      The best way to boost retirement income

      The good news is that there are several tactics you might employ to boost your retirement income, and a popular one is increasing your savings rate during the tail end of your working years. But if you're wondering how to most effectively raise your retirement income, the answer might boil down to working longer.

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    4. Disneyland agrees to pay its workers $15 an hour

      Disneyland agrees to pay its workers $15 an hour

      Unions representing nearly 10,000 Disneyland workers accepted Disney's three-year contract to raise starting hourly wages to $15 an hour beginning next year. The agreement ends a lengthy labor battle over pay at Disney's Anaheim resort.

      Minimum wage employees at Disneyland made $11 an hour. The deal immediately raises their pay 20% to $13.25 an hour. The $15 starting rate will go into effect on January 1, 2019. It will go up to $15.45 in June of 2020.

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    5. US economy grows at fastest pace since 2014

      US economy grows at fastest pace since 2014

      Second-quarter economic growth came in at an annual rate of 4.1%, the government said Friday. That was the best showing since the third quarter of 2014. By many metrics, the United States economy is in excellent shape: Unemployment is near an 18-year low, factories are seeing more orders, and exports are surging. Economists are generally predicting slower growth in the second half of the year, as the effects of the tax cut wear off and rising interest rates depress consumer spending.

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    6. Corporate America is caught in the crossfire of trade war

      Corporate America is caught in the crossfire of trade war

      Corporate America is caught in the crossfire of President Donald Trump's trade war.

      The list of high-profile casualties from the tariffs is mounting. Iconic American companies as diverse as Harley-Davidson (HOG) and General Motors to General Electric (GE) and 3M (MMM) have all warned that rising costs from tariffs will eat into their profits.

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    7. Why owning a home in retirement could be a mistake

      Why owning a home in retirement could be a mistake

      We all have our own respective visions of what life in retirement will look like. For the bulk of Americans, however, that means owning a home.

      In fact, 85% of current workers say they plan to own during their golden years, according to new data from Voya Financial, while 79% of current retirees are property owners. But while owning during retirement has its benefits, there's one major drawback to also be aware of.

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    8. I need a student loan. What are my options?

      I need a student loan. What are my options?

      First, explore your options to make sure the college you selected is the most affordable, worthwhile option. Then try negotiating with the college to see if they'll increase your financial aid, said NextGenVest CEO Kelly Peeler, a company that helps students navigate financial aid and student loan decisions.

      Borrowing for college should be a last resort. But if you need a student loan, there are three options.

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    9. SpaceX promised to fly tourists to the Moon. How's that going?

      SpaceX promised to fly tourists to the Moon. How's that going?

      Last year, Elon Musk's hard-charging rocket company SpaceX announced it would send two paying customers on a trip around the moon sometime in late 2018.

      Nothing else has been announced officially, but there have been several indicationsin recent months that the mission won't happen this year — and maybe not for few years.

      SpaceX spokesperson James Gleeson confirmed in a statement this week that the company "is still planning to fly private individuals on a trip around the Moon."

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