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From Entrepreneur Magazine by Stacey Hanke on Jan. 22, 2020 In a few weeks, folks across the nation will huddle around televisions, cheering and rooting as the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs take the field for Super Bowl LIV. The players will struggle to stay focused while fighting off nervous energy. For those few hours, all eyes will…
Resolved to get your finances in shape for a New Year—and a new decade? WSJ readers responded to our series of forward-looking personal-finance stories by sharing their own experiences and advice.
Retirement in America has become a tale of two very different realities in the decade now drawing to a close.
In the blink of an eye, the playbook changed for many retirement savers in 2020.
If you weren’t adulting back in 2007-2009, you’ve yet to navigate an economic slump. It’s been that long since the last recession hit. Shoring up your financial plan and career is important no matter which way the economic winds are blowing. That said, 2020 is shaping up as an especially smart time to make sure you’re recession-ready. Nearly three…
Q: My marriage ended with a court decree 10 years ago. I'm told that as a divorced woman, I might qualify for Social Security benefits on the work record of my ex-spouse. Is that true? A: Yes, it's true — you might. Social Security operates with a philosophy that a divorced person may deserve a personal benefit, having been the long-term partner…