What do you use Robinhood for? : RobinHood – reddit.com – I’m interested to see your guys’ reasons for using RH. Whether it be for retirement savings, long term growth, day trading, or whatever the case may be. Personally, I am going to start using RH as the main place to start saving for a house in a few years.

Wells Fargo closing two local branches, with Regions Bank also shutting an office Word of the takeover leaked out early in the day and shares of BB&T (NYSE: BBT) rose $2.43, closing at $28.23. All colonial bank deposits are available to customers through offices and checking.modesto real estate attorney indicted in alleged short-sale fraud Modesto Real Estate Attorney Convicted of Fraud in a Short Sale. – FRESNO, Calif. – Robert Farrace, 53, of Modesto, was convicted today of three counts of wire fraud in connection with a fraudulent short-sale.DHFL commercial paper downgraded to ‘default’ by Icra, Crisil – ET RealEstate Mumbai: rating agency crisil has downgraded commercial papers (CP) issued by debt laden Dewan Housing Finance Corp Ltd (DHFL) to ‘default’ or ‘D’ category from A4+ after the company missed interest payment on its non-convertible debentures (NCDs) on Tuesday. DHFL’s downgrade to the default category is the first such by a rating agency.

Can You Retire Now? – Wealth Pilgrim – The 80% is to keep up with the effects of taxation and inflation in the long run, should you end up living multiple decades in retirement. Don’t get me wrong, this does assume one end up having to do this saving plan for a 40 year time frame not counting the first 5 of employment years for someone fresh out of college with huge education.

Annals of branding: WWE insists on 'superstar' and 'sports. – Dear Penny: I’m 54 with no retirement savings. How do I get started? Yesterday. Let’s start with when, says the writer, which should be right after reading this column.

Getting Started #1 – Mr. Money Mustache – Early Retirement. – I’m looking for a little bit of advice on how to move forward on early retirement. I am 39, single, no kids, currently have 292k in retirement savings: 211k in a work IRA, 55k in a Vanguard Rollover IRA, and 26k in a Vanguard Roth IRA, and 25k in a standard bank savings account, renting, and no car payment, no other debt.

Opinion | Canceling Morehouse students’ debts is about freedom, not just money The United States Social Security Administration – Official website of the U.S. Social Security Administration. Andrew M. Saul was sworn in today as the Commissioner of Social Security at the agency’s office in Washington, D.C.

Dear Penny: I'm 54 with no retirement savings. How do I get. – A 2016 report from the Government Accountability Office found that 29% of households headed by someone over 55 had no retirement savings and no defined-benefit retirement plan, such as a pension.

Dear Penny: I'm 54 with no retirement savings. How do I get. – Retirement. Dear Penny: I’m 54 with no retirement savings. How do I get started? tampabay.com. I just turned 54. I have never had any kind of retirement plan aside from saving money where I could. I have about $30,000 lying in a savings account.

What's the Best Way to Save Money for Kids – Dear Penny, I’m trying to figure out the best way to invest in my 6-year-old niece’s future. I’m 32, unmarried and child-free. I work full time for a decent salary and contribute to a retirement account, emergency fund – all that stuff.

Ex-Spouse Social Security Benefits: What's the Best Strategy. – Dear Carrie, I’m 64 and recently divorced. I’m considering collecting Social Security on my ex-husband’s record. I understand there have been some changes in Social Security regulations that might affect my choices. Assuming I can collect ex-spouse benefits, what’s the best way to maximize what I get? -A Reader. Dear Reader,

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