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Jamie Grill | The Image Bank | Getty Images Millennials stand to inherit a whopping $68 trillion from the baby boom generation. But they aren’t necessarily taking cues from their parents on how to manage their money. The proliferation of online money management platforms has given millennials more options than their parents once had. Many
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Inflation is too high and the central bank needs to move quicker to get it under control by raising interest rates, said Gilbert Garcia, a managing partner at Garcia Hamilton & Associates in Houston. “I wished we’d retire the word ‘transitory,'” Garcia said, at the CNBC Financial Advisor Summit on Wednesday, speaking of predictions that
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Fizkes | Getty Images Another year of grappling with coronavirus has led to significant tax law changes for the 2021 season. While year-end tax planning is always important, recent adjustments — and the possibility of more on the horizon — may offer unique benefits along with potential pitfalls. Here are some of the biggest changes
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Camille Tokerud Photography Inc. | Stone | Getty Images Your elderly mother is getting forgetful and confused. What do you do now? “Waiting until a senior’s decline is evident may already be too late,” said certified financial planner Ralph Bender, founder of Enduring Wealth Advisors in Temecula, California. When is the right time for adult
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Simon Smith | E+ | Getty Images With U.S. markets slipping on Friday amid fears of a new Covid variant, you may be tempted to take some money off the table. The Dow Jones Industrial Average is down 800 points for the day, or over 2%. The S&P 500, meanwhile, has slid 1.4%.  However, while
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katleho Seisa Despite the biggest cost-of-living adjustment in decades, Social Security beneficiaries may still find it challenging to make their monthly checks stretch farther next year. The reasons: Inflation is continuing to drive up consumer prices, while standard Medicare Part B premiums will rise by 14.5% in 2022 in a bigger-than-expected jump. The Consumer Price
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Investors worried about inflation should consider tilting their portfolios toward areas of the market that tend to do well when prices pick up, according to Gargi Pal Chaudhuri, head of iShares investment strategy, Americas at BlackRock. “So looking at commodity producers, looking at financials — more recently, looking at infrastructure — that has been an
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