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    1. How to invest in healthcare, a massive market sector that offers unparalleled diversification for portfolios

      How to invest in healthcare, a massive market sector that offers unparalleled diversification for portfolios

      Over 50 Hong Kong Democracy Activists Arrested Under National Security Law-media Kim Kardashian and Kanye West to get divorced? © Hinterhaus Productions/Getty Images How to invest in healthcare, a massive market sector that offers unparalleled diversification for portfolios The size and variety of the healthcare sector make it suitable for almost any investor building a diversified portfolio.

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    2. This was the average tax refund last filing season

      This was the average tax refund last filing season

      Politics updates: Lawmakers appear to reach compromise as stimulus package deal nears Cross-country Christmas storm likely to have severe impact on East Coast This was the average tax refund last filing season The biggest tax question on most people's minds as filing season gets underway is whether they'll get a refund or owe the IRS money.

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    3. How long should you keep IRS tax records?

      How long should you keep IRS tax records?

      The IRS headquarters Once you've completed all the hard work of filing your taxes, you might want to immediately forget all the numbers, forms and receipts you had to comb through to satisfy the government. However, when you finish filing your taxes, you still have one more important step to check off your list: Put all your documents somewhere safe.

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    4. 10 Year-End Tax Tips

      10 Year-End Tax Tips

      10 Year-End Tax Tips With the winter holidays looming, the clock is ticking for taxpayers who want to minimize what they will pay next spring. Many money-saving tax strategies need to be implemented by Dec. 31 to have an effect on tax filing in the spring. "Proper tax planning is taxpayer specific, and one strategy may not work for all," says Bhakti Shah, vice president and tax planning manager for wealth management firm Beacon Trust in Morristown, New Jersey.

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    5. 5 year-end strategies to save on your 2020 taxes

      5 year-end strategies to save on your 2020 taxes

      Previous Next 5 year-end strategies to save on your 2020 taxes CNBC 1 day ago Darla Mercado, CFP® If you’re hoping to trim your tax bill, you have just over a month to act. Now is the time to strategize. Some opportunities are available only for 2020. For instance, people who itemize deductions can deduct up to 100% of their adjusted gross income for cash donations to public charities. Boost your savings: Think about converting your traditional individual retirement account to a Roth IRA.

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    6. 15 Social Security secrets you may not know

      15 Social Security secrets you may not know
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    7. 3 Reasons Retirees May Be Disappointed With Their Medicare Coverage

      3 Reasons Retirees May Be Disappointed With Their Medicare Coverage

      3 Reasons Retirees May Be Disappointed With Their Medicare Coverage Medicare coverage kicks in at age 65 for most Americans, and many people look forward to the day when they'll get this government-provided insurance. Unfortunately, some seniors may be surprised to discover Medicare isn't necessarily all they were expecting it to be.

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    8. 66% of Retirees Spend This Much on Health Care

      66% of Retirees Spend This Much on Health Care

      Previous Next 66% of Retirees Spend This Much on Health Care Money Talks News 13 hrs ago Chris Kissell © Alexander Raths / Shutterstock.com As we age, the need for health care services rises. And millions of Americans depend on their Social Security benefit to cover the cost of such care. About two-thirds of retirees — 66% — spend more than $375 a month on health care costs, a recent survey by The Senior Citizens League (TSCL) found.

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    9. Companies are making some changes for employees health insurance amid the pandemic

      Companies are making some changes for employees health insurance amid the pandemic

      Previous Next Companies are making some changes for employees health insurance amid the pandemic CNN 2 hrs ago By Tami Luhby, CNN © Shutterstock More coverage for virtual doctors' visits. Expanded mental health benefits. Access to on-site health clinics. "> As employees sign up for job-based coverage for 2021, they'll find the coronavirus pandemic has changed some of the benefits that their companies are providing, experts said.

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    10. 3 Medicare Open Enrollment Myths That Could Cost You

      3 Medicare Open Enrollment Myths That Could Cost You

      States in the Northeast are struggling to hire poll watchers. Here's how they are finding people Broadway Shows Extend Coronavirus Suspension Through May 30 3 Medicare Open Enrollment Myths That Could Cost You We're less than one week away from the start of open enrollment , the period when Medicare beneficiaries can make important changes to their coverage. If you're already on Medicare, it's important that you seize the opportunity to lower your out-of-pocket healthcare costs in 2021.

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    11. Coronavirus Patients Twice As Likely To Have Eaten In Restaurants Before Getting Ill: CDC Study

      Coronavirus Patients Twice As Likely To Have Eaten In Restaurants Before Getting Ill: CDC Study

      The study, published by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Friday, looked at symptomatic cases from 11 healthcare facilities in the U.S. between July 1 and 29.

      The study's final sample of 314 eligible participants included 154 people who tested positive for coronavirus and 160 control participants.

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    12. This Is How Much Medicare Actually Costs Seniors

      This Is How Much Medicare Actually Costs Seniors

      As folks already on Medicare likely know too well, it does not cover all medical expenses . The federal health insurance program for seniors and some younger folks with disabilities is like any other type of health insurance in that the beneficiaries are responsible for certain costs. And a recent analysis shows just how much Americans with traditional Medicare spend on these out-of-pocket expenses.

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    13. Medicare open enrollment is coming up. Three steps to save money this fall

      Medicare open enrollment is coming up. Three steps to save money this fall
      • Open enrollment for Medicare Advantage plans and Part D prescription coverage starts on Oct. 15 and ends on Dec. 7.
      • Resist the temptation to automatically reenroll in the plan you have. Doctors and networks can change. Failure to keep up with these changes could lead to higher costs.
      • Every September, plans send out an “annual notice of change” to members, which will spell out changes in coverage, costs and service effective next year.
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    14. Preparing for Retirement: Financial Surprises You May Not Have Anticipated

      Preparing for Retirement: Financial Surprises You May Not Have Anticipated

      Living in retirement comes with twists and turns, no matter when you retire. But life has been particularly chaotic for retirees of late. Former Kiplinger's editor and current retiree Janet Bodnar joins the show, to tell us how retirees can navigate turbulent times, in our main segment. On today's show, Sandy and I remind you to reverse your required minimum distributions (RMDs) before the imminent deadline. And the new edition of Wild Pitches, features folks moving out of state, and used private jets. That's all ahead on this episode of Your Money's Worth. Stick around. 

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    15. The pros and cons of taking out a 401(k) loan

      The pros and cons of taking out a 401(k) loan

      The pros and cons of taking out a 401(k) loan    If you ever need money in a pinch to cover some unexpected expense, you may look at borrowing from your 401(k) as an option — if getting financing elsewhere isn't possible. Load Error A 401(k) is an employer-sponsored retirement savings plan that lets you set aside pre-tax dollars from your paycheck to help fund your years after you stop working.

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    16. 8 Money Lessons You Must Teach Grandchildren

      8 Money Lessons You Must Teach Grandchildren

      At this time of year, young people across the nation are graduating from high school and college and preparing to take charge of their financial lives. If you listen closely, you can hear wallets groaning from coast to coast. Now, this is not another rant against millennials and other whippersnappers. Americans of all ages are hopelessly behind the curve when it comes to handling money responsibly.

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    17. Second stimulus check in 2020? Yes, you might still receive $1,200 this year

      Second stimulus check in 2020? Yes, you might still receive $1,200 this year

      Both Democrats and Republicans are calling for a return to Washington to strike a deal on another coronavirus stimulus relief bill, which would likely include a second stimulus check. That means you might get more money in 2020, assuming you're eligible. The support for another payment still stands.

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    18. Guide to Life Insurance for Parents of Children with Disabilities

      Guide to Life Insurance for Parents of Children with Disabilities

      Guide to Life Insurance for Parents of Children with Disabilities Caring for a child with special needs can be both a great joy and a challenge. You want your child to live to their full potential, in whatever form that takes, for their entire life. That may take additional resources, especially if you should die while they are still in need of care. © Maskot/Getty Images A mother sits at a computer while her special needs child sits next to her; they are laughing.

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    19. What is life insurance underwriting?

      What is life insurance underwriting?

      Are you below or above the poverty line in your state? Mount Rainier: Body of missing man found What is life insurance underwriting? If you've ever applied for life insurance, then you may have heard about the underwriting of your policy. But what is insurance underwriting? How does it impact your policy and your premium costs? The insurance underwriting process can be complex, so let's break it down and take a look at life insurance underwriters and what they do.

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    20. The Gender Gap in Life Insurance

      The Gender Gap in Life Insurance
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    21. Social distancing may have helped California slow the virus and avoid New York's fate

      Social distancing may have helped California slow the virus and avoid New York's fate

      For California and Washington, the coronavirus triggers came early. They pushed the two Western states to social distancing measures earlier than the rest of the country. In the San Francisco Bay Area, the warning came while the Grand Princess cruise ship, carrying infected crew and passengers, lurked outside the Golden Gate. As the coronavirus cases spread in Silicon Valley, health officers ...

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    22. World Health Officials Deliver Ominous Warning About Spread Of Coronavirus

      World Health Officials Deliver Ominous Warning About Spread Of Coronavirus

      With clusters of coronavirus cases showing up around the world outside of China, the World Health Organization has issued an ominous warning about stopping the growing spread of the disease.

      The warning came on Friday while there were also several developments involving the disease in Northern California — an epicenter in the United States for treating victims who have contracted coronavirus.

      The WHO warned that the clusters not directly linked to travel, such as the ones in South Korea, Italy and Iran, suggest that time may be running out to contain the outbreak.

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