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Caitlin Boston paid off $223,000 of student loan debt. Courtesy of Caitlin Boston When Caitlin Boston finished paying off $223,000 of student loans, she did something amazing. She made a music video of herself dancing in a purple catsuit. Boston, who’s 34, lives in Brooklyn and works in the tech industry, amassed more than a quarter million dollars
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Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin Entrance Concierge Auctions The sprawling Pittsburg, Texas estate built for the late Lonnie “Bo” Pilgrim who founded Pilgrim’s Pride, one of the country’s largest chicken producers in the U.S., is set for a no-reserve auction staring October 15th with Concierge Auctions (previous Forbes coverage of Pilgrim’s
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If you’re like most pre-retirees, retirement planning starts by asking if you’ll have enough income during your retirement. If it appears you’ll generate adequate income, the focus shifts to tax and investment techniques that will maximize this income. In other words, “given my income, how can I retain more of it?” However, if you’re upper
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Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin The study found that ten economies, including Ireland, host nearly 85% of the world’s phantom capital. Getty Topline: Although world leaders have sought to keep companies from avoiding taxes, the amount avoided has actually gone up over the past decade⁠—and a new study by the International
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