What investors need to know about behavioral tricks in financial products

“Dark patterns are design features that are used to trick, guide, or manipulate users into behavior that is profitable to an entity offering a product or service, but is often detrimental to users.”—…

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How much will you pay yourself in retirement?

If you ask 10 people on the street what the most important part of retirement planning is, it’s a good bet that most, if not all, would say, “Save money.” And I suspect…

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Here are some of the best ways to save money and manage your finances right now.

LOS ANGELES (KABC) — With inflation rising and the stock market falling, it’s turning out to be a tough year for your money. If you want to save, the first step is to…

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Are You Falling For These Personal Finance Myths?

Time to read: 3 minutes Close up of an unrecognizable woman using a calculator while checking bills and household finances. There is misinformation floating around in the 2020s. Perhaps the reason for all…

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How much do I need to retire? Determining how much you will need to retire

Many people hope to retire. You can do all the things that you never had time to do because of work and other obligations. Retirement isn’t as easy as sitting by the pool…

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Retirement Planning: One Size Doesn’t Fit All

Retirement planning is not easy. The key to planning is to reduce the probabilistic aspects of your retirement and effectively manage the other risks. It is important to note that this process is…

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State-of-the-art solutions for personal finance management

With almost a quarter of the world’s population, millennials are the largest generation today and are poised to inherit more wealth than any other in history. They are also the first generation of…

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6 Key Areas of Personal Finance for High-Incomers Like Home Run King Aaron Judge

  |   fake images key takeaways Aaron Judge is in the highest tax bracket, paying 37% of federal taxes and 10.3% of New York state taxes. For him, tax considerations are very…

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Opinion | Why this 1992 personal finance book still has a cult following

“Your Money or Your Life” co-writer Vicki Robin at her home in Langley, Wash., on September 17. (David Ryder/for The Washington Post) October 4, 2022 at 8:00 am EDT Comment this story Comment…

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Why Wrexham? Why not? The new show follows Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney as owners of a struggling football team.

The brand new sequence will observe Reynolds and McElhenney’s takeover of Wrexham and the staff’s journey as they progress via league and cup success. (Picture by Peter Byrne/PA Photos through Getty Photos) Two…

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