Why are attainable enthusiast cars disappearing? Because young working people can no longer afford to buy them. Car fans are tired of being told we can’t have nice things. The ensuing refrain is that the enthusiast market is too small to be sustainable. Given the U.S. population alone has increased by 80 million people over…

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What are the taxes on a deferred compensation plan? Gregory addresses a question about deferred compensation plans and what the tax implications are on those types of company savings plans. Find out what taxes will look like if you are forced to take a lump sum. Do you have questions for Gregory? Press the ASK…

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Amazon takes pride in its ruthless efficiency: fast delivery, a gigantic variety of products, and demanding work culture. But efficiency isn’t the key to Amazon’s success. During an interview at the Economic Club of Washington, Founder and CEO Jeff Bezos said: “I believe in the power of wandering. All of my best decisions in business and in life…

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My husband and I are 65 years old. He’s retired with a monthly pension of $1,800, and when he dies, I will be collecting the same amount for life. My husband and I will start to collect Social Security benefits Jan. 1, 2022, when each of us will collect $2,600 a month. We have total…

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Across all personal finance websites, magazines and books, whether you listen to a big-wig guru or consult with a financial advisor, the most common advice you’re bound to hear is “save your money!” It’s not because anyone thinks you should sit on a pile of cash and never touch it, but because it is impossible…

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While you might be anticipating a dreadful conversation about the state of American politics with your cousin, before or after all of the ballots are counted, there’s an even more awkward conversation lying in wait: money. Perhaps a family member has a great idea and needs some early funding to get their business off the…

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