Thursday , 18 August 2022

Finance

#$$4$ Symbol Decoded

You will notice that the symbols @$$4$, @$, @$$, @$$$ and @$$$$ are appearing in all the recent articles posted on munKNEE.com as hyperlinks. They are not being clicked on that often, however, so this article shows what would have been accessed had that been done.

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Would You Please Help Me Out

Every week I surf the net on your behalf looking for the 10 most informative articles written by the best commentators/analysts out there which I then edit and abridge before posting to provide you with a faster, and easier read.

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Founding Fathers’ Financial Advice Stand the Test of Time

To help you in your personal finances, consider what 6 of the founders of the United States of America - Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, Alexander Hamilton, John Hancock, John Adams and George Washington had to say on the subject. They definitely stand the test of time.

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Social Security: 8 Facts You Need To Know

An annual quiz from Mass-Mutual that tests the public's knowledge about Social Security...has 13 true or false questions...and the results consistently show the average person knows little about these government benefits...

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The 5 Biggest Financial Risks Retirees Face

While there are many risks that face retirees, new research suggests older Americans often underestimate the biggest and most likely problems they'll encounter. Here’s a look at the five biggest risks retirees face — as well as some advice for minimizing those risks.

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Recessions: It’s All About Weathering the Storm – Here’s How

Inflation is at a 40-year high, with gas prices hitting $5 a gallon and everyday purchases becoming more and more expensive. Interest rates are rising. The stock market is taking us on a rollercoaster ride right now, terrifying drops included. Crypto is crashing, too. Some economists are saying the U.S. could soon be in a recession, if it isn’t already. I’m not sure about you, but it’s making me a little anxious.

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