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Married or Divorced? Here’s How It Will Affect Your Social Security | Smart Change: Personal Finance

(Katie Brockman) Social Security can make up a sizable portion of your income in retirement, so it pays to know how your benefits are calculated. In some cases, your marital status could affect the amount you receive each month. Married or divorced couples can sometimes collect extra benefits based on their partner’s (or ex-partner’s) work …

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Genetic Liability to RA Linked to CAD, Intracerebral Hemorrhage | Health

Physician’s Briefing Staff TUESDAY, July 19, 2022 (HealthDay News) – Genetic liability to rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is associated with an increased risk for coronary artery disease (CAD) and intracerebral hemorrhage, according to a study recently published in Arthritis & Rheumatology. Shuai Yuan, from the Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm, and colleagues used a Mendelian randomization approach …

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Social Security Benefits Could Rise 10.5% Next Year | Smart Change: Personal Finance

(Maurie Backman) Millions of retired seniors depend on Social Security to provide a large chunk of their monthly income. And for some, Social Security provides all of their income. But those who rely too heavily on those benefits often wind up struggling in retirement. Even though Social Security benefits are eligible for annual cost-of-living adjustments, …

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Claiming Social Security at 62 Will Cut Your Benefit Checks – but That Might Not Be a Problem | Smart Change: Personal Finance

(Maurie Backman) There’s a reason seniors are advised to choose their Social Security filing age carefully. The age at which you sign up will impact what your monthly benefit looks like – for life. What the government defines as the “full” monthly Social Security benefit you’re entitled to will be based on your income history. …

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Does a Roth Conversion Make Sense Right Now? | Smart Change: Personal Finance

(Sam Swenson, CFA, CPA) Making regular contributions to tax-advantaged retirement accounts is one of the most effective ways to build financial security over the long run. Given the current state of global stock markets, it’s natural to rethink how you can get the most out of your 401 (k) s and IRAs once you’ve built …

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Claiming Social Security at 62 Will Cut Your Benefit Checks – but That Might Not Be a Problem | Smart Change: Personal Finance

(Maurie Backman) There’s a reason seniors are advised to choose their Social Security filing age carefully. The age at which you sign up will impact what your monthly benefit looks like – for life. What the government defines as the “full” monthly Social Security benefit you’re entitled to will be based on your income history. …

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Does a Roth Conversion Make Sense Right Now? | Smart Change: Personal Finance

(Sam Swenson, CFA, CPA) Making regular contributions to tax-advantaged retirement accounts is one of the most effective ways to build financial security over the long run. Given the current state of global stock markets, it’s natural to rethink how you can get the most out of your 401 (k) s and IRAs once you’ve built …

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Does a Roth Conversion Make Sense Right Now? | Smart Change: Personal Finance

(Sam Swenson, CFA, CPA) Making regular contributions to tax-advantaged retirement accounts is one of the most effective ways to build financial security over the long run. Given the current state of global stock markets, it’s natural to rethink how you can get the most out of your 401 (k) s and IRAs once you’ve built …

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Does a Roth Conversion Make Sense Right Now? | Smart Change: Personal Finance

(Sam Swenson, CFA, CPA) Making regular contributions to tax-advantaged retirement accounts is one of the most effective ways to build financial security over the long run. Given the current state of global stock markets, it’s natural to rethink how you can get the most out of your 401 (k) s and IRAs once you’ve built …

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Late updates: What killed Ivana Trump; Jan. 6 panel subpoenas US agents; and more | National News

Ivana Trump, the first wife of former President Donald Trump and mother to his eldest children, died accidentally from blunt impact injuries to her torso, the New York City medical examiner’s office said Friday. Police had been looking into whether or not she fell down stairs, two people familiar with the matter told The Associated …

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