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Financial Tips for Living with “Boomerang” Kids

One-third of adult children between the ages of 18 and 34 are now “boomerang” kids living with mom and dad, according to a study conducted by the Pew Research Center. This situation can sometimes lead to some serious family drama, like what happened when Michael Rotondo, a 30 year-old-man, was recently evicted from his parents’ […]

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Fraud Alert: Why Millennials Are Especially Vulnerable to Scams

It appears that Millennials aren’t as tech-savvy and cyber-smart as many think they are. In fact, Millennials may be the easiest generation to scam, according to the BBB Scam Tracker, a crowd-sourced reporting tool. Of those reporting scams to the BBB Scam Tracker, 34 percent between the ages of 18 and 24 failed to detect […]

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How Could a Trade War Affect Your Investments?

The economic news has been dominated in recent weeks by the tariffs the Trump administration has imposed on imports into the U.S. from China and other nations. These include steel (25%), aluminum (10%), washing machines (20%) and solar panels (30%). In early July, an additional $34 billion in tariffs was assessed on more than 800 […]

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Saving Strategies: Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?

The game show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire is one of the most popular TV game shows of all time. The title plays off the round figure of $1 million, which for many people is the culmination of a lifelong financial goal. Becoming a millionaire is certainly a worthy financial goal. Depending on where […]

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What is the Yield Curve … and Is It Signaling a Recession?

An economic concept known as the “yield curve” has been getting a lot of attention recently among economists and on Wall Street. In fact, some pundits are saying that the yield curve is dangerously close to predicting a recession here in the U.S. So what exactly is the yield curve? And more important, is the […]

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