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Performance review season is upon us. Giving and receiving feedback can be daunting, particularly if you’re hoping your assessment will score you a raise or promotion. And it can be hard to have faith that filling out an online form or scheduling a cursory meeting with your manager will actually bring about significant change. Yet,
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Economic Security Planning, Inc. Today’s column addresses questions about potential effects of stopping work years before filing for Social Security, suspending benefits, language to use when filing a restricted application, retroactive benefits and retirement benefits before survivor’s benefits. Larry Kotlikoff is a Professor of Economics at Boston University and the founder and president of Economic
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Just in time for the holidays, the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement (SECURE) Act was signed into law on Friday, December 20, 2019. The Act, which was the most significant piece of retirement legislation introduced in over a decade, includes provisions to help individuals save more for retirement and achieve financial security. The SECURE
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Say goodbye to these trends. Deborah Flōden on Unsplash In 2019 we saw lots of interior design trends change. We said goodbye to dark wood cabinets (finally) and bid adieu to grey. But now, it’s officially the end of a decade of design. Whether you’re planning major renovations in 2020 or buying a new home, it’s
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Image Source | Getty Images Student debt is leading job seekers to seriously consider positions at employers that offer loan repayment assistance as a benefit. Outstanding education debt has outpaced credit card and auto debt. The average college graduate leaves school $30,000 in the red today, up from $10,000 in the 1990s. Student loan assistance,
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