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Falling stocks raise fears among retirement savers

stltoday.com — As the economy struggled to take off in the years after the financial crisis, Americans had at least one shining source of optimism: a booming stock market that not only helped rebuild shattered 401(k) plans but suggested better times to come. But now, with the economy still mired in a sluggish recovery, that silver lining is being threatened.

As stocks fall, anxiety soars for retirement savers

washingtonpost.com — As the economy struggled to take off in the years after the financial crisis, Americans had at least one shining source of optimism: a booming stock market that not only helped rebuild shattered 401k plans, but suggested better times to come. But now, with the economy still mired in a sluggish recovery, that silver lining is being threatened.
Feb 12, 2016

As stocks slide, retirement savers wondering where to put their money now find they have few options: wapo.st/1Kg489M

Feb 12, 2016

As stocks fall, anxiety soars for retirement savers: wapo.st/1Kg489M

Feb 13, 2016

I try not to look. For those 60+ not so easy to do. As stocks fall, anxiety soars for retirement savers @Jonnelle wpo.st/KT9B1

This is how much it will cost you to do your own taxes

journalgazette.net — By now you may have your W-2, 1099 forms and the other documents you'll need to prepare your tax return. But the question remains: How are you going to file?

We're only one month into the tax filing season, and the IRS has already been attacked

cnhinews.com — The incident was the latest in a string of identity-theft-related breaches that have been announced by tax officials and tax software companies so far this year. The news also comes shortly after the IRS temporarily stopped processing tax returns last week, an issue it says was unrelated to the online attack.

This is how much it will cost you to do your own taxes

washingtonpost.com — By now you may have your W-2, 1099 forms and the other documents you'll need to prepare your tax return. But the question remains: How are you going to file?
Feb 11, 2016

Doing your own taxes? This is how much you'll pay: wapo.st/1PFuZbX

We’re only one month into the tax filing season, and the IRS has already been attacked

washingtonpost.com — Criminals attacked the IRS's digital systems in an attempt to steal data that could be used to collect fraudulent refunds, the agency announced Tuesday. The incident was the latest in a string of identity-theft-related breaches that have been announced by tax officials and tax software companies so far this year.
Feb 10, 2016

We’re only one month into the tax filing season, and the IRS has already been attacked. wapo.st/1SgJI2I

Feb 10, 2016

We're only one month into the tax filing season, and the IRS has already been attacked wpo.st/VNWA1

Feb 11, 2016

RT @Jonnelle: We’re only one month into the tax filing season, and the IRS has already been attacked. wapo.st/1SgJI2I

Feb 12, 2016

We’re only one month into the tax filing season, and the IRS has already been attacked wapo.st/1o6ID0A

What the Year of the Monkey could mean for your finances

nzherald.co.nz — People celebrating the Chinese New Year this week may have received tiny red envelopes with cash to bring in the new lunar year with good fortune. - New Zealand Herald

What the Year of the Monkey could mean for your finances

chicagotribune.com — People celebrating the Chinese New Year this week may have received tiny red envelopes with cash to bring in the new lunar year with good fortune. But some might also be looking beyond the envelopes into what else the Year of the Monkey may bring for their wallets.

What the Year of the Monkey could mean for your finances

pressherald.com — People celebrating the Chinese New Year this week may have received tiny red envelopes with cash to bring in the new lunar year with good fortune. But some might also be looking beyond the envelopes into what else the Year of the Monkey may bring for their wallets.

What the Year of the Monkey could mean for your finances

washingtonpost.com — People celebrating the Chinese New Year this week may have received tiny red envelopes with cash to bring in the new lunar year with good fortune. But some might also be looking beyond the envelopes into what else the Year of the Monkey may bring for their wallets.
Feb 09, 2016

Wondering what markets will do this year? Here's what feng shui experts predict: wapo.st/1Q7atXn

Feb 09, 2016

RT @Jonnelle: Wondering what markets will do this year? Here's what feng shui experts predict: wapo.st/1Q7atXn

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Feb 12, 2016

As stocks fall, anxiety soars for retirement savers: wapo.st/1Kg489M

Feb 12, 2016

Using your chip card at some stores and not at others? Here’s why. wapo.st/1WigT4n

Feb 12, 2016

As stocks slide, retirement savers wondering where to put their money now find they have few options: wapo.st/1Kg489M

Feb 11, 2016

So nice to be in the same room as Charlie Rose and Diane Rehm. #npf40 #journalism

Feb 11, 2016

U.S. stocks track world markets deeper into the red wpo.st/UOiA1

Feb 11, 2016

Doing your own taxes? This is how much you'll pay: wapo.st/1PFuZbX

Feb 11, 2016

What’s Going On in the Markets? 5 Theories to Explain the Chaos wsj.com/articles/whats…

Feb 10, 2016

We’re only one month into the tax filing season, and the IRS has already been attacked. wapo.st/1SgJI2I


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