Are you in the top 1%? Here’s how much money you need to earn in US

Increased homeownership fights wealth inequality narrative: Council of Economic Advisers Chairman Council of Economic Advisers Chairman Tomas Philipson says homeownership among those 35 and under is steadily increasing. One measuring stick used to evaluate individual wealth is whether or not you rank among the top 1 percent of income earners in the U.S. Continue Reading Below According to recent Federal […]

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Here's What You Can Do to Demand Justice for Black Lives and Support Protestors Right Now

The recent deaths of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, news surrounding the October 2019 killing of Brianna Hill, as well as the horrifying way a white woman used her privilege to threaten Christian Cooper’s life in Central Park have sparked nationwide protests against racism and police brutality in America. Over the past few days, protestors in Minneapolis, Los Angeles, […]

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12 reasons you haven't received a stimulus check

Will the stimulus package address retirement savings losses suffered during coronavirus? FOX Business’ Maria Bartiromo says having a 401(k) is one of the most important ways to grow retirement wealth and notes $100,000 of IRA savings can be withdrawn during the coronavirus pandemic. Billionaire entrepreneur Mark Cuban encourages people to be patient about not withdrawing their retirement money too soon. […]

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Do you qualify for FAFSA?

A FAFSA opens up the door to federal student aid, work-study programs, and many scholarships. But not everyone is eligible to complete one. (iStock) The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is a simple form you must complete if you want to be eligible for federal student aid. This includes not just Direct Loans, but also access to work-study […]

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Can you pay off one credit card with another?

DO NOT USE ON FNC/FBN DIGITAL EDITORIAL. ONLY FOR CREDIBLE CONTENT. Closeup image of an Asian woman get stressed and broke while holding credit card If you’ve ever gotten in over your head with credit card debt and found yourself short on cash, you’ve likely wondered, “Can I pay off one credit card with another?” Or, if you’re really leaning into […]

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When do you need to get a financial adviser?

When is it time for someone to get a financial adviser? Edward Jones managing partner Penny Pennington talks about when a financial adviser makes sense for someone and how having a third party looking after your financial goals can be helpful. Penny Pennington was a financial adviser for years before becoming Edward Jones' managing partner, so she knows when it's time […]

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What happens if you take the plunge and ask for money help?

Dear Nicole, The information you have given me about the possibility of being eligible for a British pension  has been helpful beyond my expectation. However, after an interminable wait and filling in all of the required forms for the UK overseas pensions department, I finally got a notification from the UK Pensions office today, which advises that I am not […]

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No wagyu for you: ASIC loses landmark case against Westpac

The corporate watchdog has lost a landmark case against Westpac Banking Corporation over the bank's alleged breaches of responsible lending laws after a judge found borrowers could ditch luxury food items like wagyu steak and shiraz for more humble fare. The Federal Court on Tuesday dismissed the Australian Securities and Investments Commission's case against the bank after finding the regulator […]

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