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  • The Resurgence Of The Middle-Class Millionaire

    In the late 20th century, a segment of the high-net-worth population, referred to as middle-class millionaires, emerged. They were the “working rich.” With a net worth generally ranging between $1 million and $10 million, they were raised in traditional... Read More >>

    Don’t Make This Mistake With Your 401(k) This Summer

    Vacations are good for you. You get a break to spend time with friends and family. You can disconnect from work and recharge your batteries. You get to spend the money you work so hard for on something that will bring you fulfillment and... Read More >>

    Five Ways To Make Time For Your Side Hustle

    There are loads of people out there who have a brilliant idea for starting their own business. You may even be one of them. Yet a significantly lower number of people actually go on to start their own business. So what’s keeping you from going from... Read More >>

    Retirement Needs To Be Redefined

    Many things would make me happier and healthier: working less, regular spa treatments, a personal trainer. Now, researchers say, I can add early retirement to that list. A new paper from the National Bureau of Economic Research reveals that retirees tend to... Read More >>

    Scientists Are Developing An X-ray Pill You Can Swallow

    Going to the doctor is rarely a pleasant experience. Beyond the sterile atmosphere and high prices (at least in the US), there’s the poking, the prodding, the injecting, and the inserting. According to the American Cancer Society, everyone over the age of... Read More >>

    The Five Most Common Medicare Mistakes You Can Avoid

    Millions of Americans are currently enrolled in Medicare – and more than 10,000 new members sign up every day, according to AARP.org. Unfortunately, many of them fall into costly – and sometimes irreversible – pitfalls when they enroll. The good... Read More >>

    Four Habits Of Millionaires That Work For Everyone

    I’m humbled that my career as a penny stock trader has helped earn me the title “millionaire,” and I’m even more blown away to count two of my students among the ranks of this elite club. Having worked my way up from a few thousand dollars in bar... Read More >>

    Microsoft (mostly) Nails Windows 10 Upgrade

    On the eve of its critical launch of Windows 10, Microsoft has been championing the idea that the company's long anticipated new operating system is familiar but fresh. I'm buying in, though I could do without something else familiar from Windows' past,... Read More >>

    Mice Put On A Shift-worker’s Sleep Schedule Suffer From A Greater Risk Of Breast Cancer

    Sleeping at odd hours to get work done is neither fun nor good for your health. According to the World Health Organization, shift work that disturbs normal sleeping patterns is a possible carcinogen. Female flight attendants, for instance, have been shown to... Read More >>

    Scientists Think They’ve Found The Reason You’re Overeating

    Do you ever realize that you’re full, but finish that burger and fries anyway? There may be a scientific reason for that: too little of a hormone called GLP-1, which is thought to play a role in obesity. Researchers from Rutgers University have found... Read More >>

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