Thursday, March 5, 2015 AdarI 14, 5775

Recent stock-market declines have affected virtually every sector of the economy, but the impact on retirement accounts has been the most worrisome for many people. Retirement accounts have lost about $2 trillion over the past two years due to market declines, according to Congressional Budget Office estimates. But don't despair! There are steps you can take now to protect your...
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Greg Thomson, JE Feature
It is nice every once in a while to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, and take a moment to sit back and relax with that certain someone. Kick up your heels and enjoy a weekend away in a romantic cabin retreat. Come to Milton, Fla., in the state's northwest section -- close to Pensacola and...
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Mara Sokolsky, JE Feature
For a dying language, Yiddish manages to have quite a pulse on the latest technological terms. If Moteleh and Giteleh -- the Dick and Jane of my childhood Yiddish primers -- were alive today, you could find them at their kompyuter ekran / "computer screen" typing out a blitspost /"e-mail." Or they'd pick up their cell phone, their mobilke ,...
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Frank Rosci, JE Feature
As the swine-flu reports start to take less time on the news -- with Mexico reporting stability and Americans learning more the value of hand-washing -- this is still not the time to think that we're completely out of the woods. Health officials have gotten the word out about what's involved with this illness: Swine flu is a respiratory disease...
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Joel L. Naroff, JE Feature
The recession grinds on, but there are strange doings in the darkest corners of the economy. Some consumers have actually started revisiting the malls and vehicle dealerships. Businesses have seen a glimmer of hope on the orders front. Realtors are starting to see not only interest in homes, but a few hardy souls have actually made offers that were accepted...
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