Monday, December 22, 2014 Kislev 30, 5775
Retiring from work does not relieve you of your financial responsibilities. Obtaining the right kind of insurance coverage can help you meet these needs. Here are some recommendations to considerwhen reviewing your insurance policies before you retire: • Funding health insurance. You become eligible for Medicare when you reach 65, but Medicare does not cover all health-care expenses. For broader...
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Jared Shelly, JE Feature
Even though the United States is facing record gas prices, uncertainty about the overblown housing market and devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina, the economy is on course to experience steady growth, according to Anthony M. Santomero, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. "It is my view that, at the end of the day, these developments may slow the...
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Investing
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Fred D. Snitzer
How many times have you stumbled across sentences like this one and tried vainly to understand it on the first try: "This year, our company leveraged our new open architecture platform to create compelling synergies across all our business units, creating a win-win cross pollination of ideas and a scalable value proposition that led to our best-of-breed products." Uh-huh. If...
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Needs-Based Scholarships Available The Foundation for Jewish Day Schools has a limited number of needs-based scholarships remaining for qualified 3- and 4-year-old full-time students enrolled in Jewish preschool programs at Har Zion Temple and Beth Sholom Congregation in 2005-06. Qualifications for the scholarships are based on the rules of the Pre-K Educational Improvement Tax Credit program of the Commonwealth of...
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Money Maven
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Craig G. Langweiler
The United States has been home to the world's most powerful economy since the end of World War II, but probably not for much longer. Some economists believe that China will soon assume the mantle of reigning global economic superpower. Surprised? China has long been thought of as a source of inexpensive imports. But no more: It has the third-largest...
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