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  • For retirees, Boca Raton, Florida, is out and Chesterfield, Missouri, is in. Such were the findings of an analysis of the best cities for seniors to retire by GoodCall, a firm that compiles consumer research related to personal finance. The study also weighed the migration patterns of those over 65, health-care costs, weather, crime rates and the availability of arts and recreation. They also offered lower health-care costs, averaging about 5 percent below the national average cost. Here are the
    These five cities have everything you are looking for in retirement

  • Trump: This has brought the GOP together Thursday, 4 May 2017 | 3:22 PM ET | 02:20There’s at least one thing that Republicans in the House of Representatives and Senate can agree on when it comes to replacing Obamacare: Health savings accounts. HSAs, introduced in 2003 during President George W. Bush’s administration, offer you triple tax advantages: First, contributions are tax-deductible. “HSAs offer tax breaks no other retirement vehicle can match,” said Begonya Klumb, CEO of UMB Bank Healthc
    Health savings accounts are the big winner as Republicans hash out an Obamacare replacement

  • For Sylvia Acevedo, interim CEO of Girl Scouts of the USA, a degree in engineering wasn’t an obvious path. Today she encourages other young girls to consider STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) and advises them not to be daunted by the fact that you could be the only girl in the classroom. Acevedo grew up near Las Cruces, New Mexico. “When I was a kid, girls like me weren’t even graduating from high school, much less going on to college,” she said. Although Acevedo scored the
    Girl Scouts CEO urges young girls to be fearless in science

  • European equities look on course to achieve double-digit growth before the year is out, according to one investment manager who is predicting a return to 2007 highs. “The European project and the euro zone currently has all the right ingredients for investors to be in there,” Vassilis Papaioannou told CNBC Monday. European equities were buoyed by Macron’s victory in early deals Monday but quickly slipped by mid-morning as some investors moved to cash in their gains. The reflation trade to me loo
    European equities on track for double-digit returns by year end, says investment manager

  • Warren Buffett said Monday the Republican health-care bill would slash his taxes. “It was huge what they did on cutting taxes for the rich” in the GOP’s measure to replace Obamacare, Buffett said Monday on CNBC’s “Squawk Box.” “If there’s one clear-cut message that comes out of that bill it is we’re going to cut the hell out of income taxes for the rich on investment income.” The tax cuts are in the House Republican bill, which calls for the repeal a 3.8 percent investment tax, such as capital g
    Republican health-care bill will 'cut the hell out of taxes' for the rich, says Warren Buffett

  • But in a White House meeting on biomedical research Monday, which included executives from drug companies as well as academic and government health leaders, the topic didn’t come up. The group was invited to the Oval Office after the two-hour meeting to share conclusions with the president, Collins said. There are already reports of a negative impact on biomedical startups and research as a result of Trump’s proposed cuts. “Some have argued maybe we don’t need the government involved in research
    Drug pricing didn’t come up in White House biomedical meeting, NIH director says

  • 30-year-old Brooklynite Christian makes a good salary: After taxes, he takes home around $3,500 a month. Unfortunately, a Seamless addiction is only one of his problems. He owes $93,000 in student loans, which he’s been avoiding for the last decade. Because he hasn’t started making payments, his credit score is a low 540. Ideally, he wants to move out on his own in the next few years, but right now he’s stuck, because a good-to-excellent credit score is key when it comes to unlocking real estate
    This 30-year-old owes almost $100,000 and spends $1,100 a month on takeout

  • Warren Buffett said Monday that President Donald Trump has not contributed much to U.S. economic growth so far. “I don’t think he’s had that much of an effect on the economy yet,” Buffett said on CNBC’s “Squawk Box.” “I do not make investment or business decisions based on who is president or who I think is going to be president,” Buffett said. The Trump administration has said proposals such as tax reform and infrastructure spending could grow the U.S. economy at 3 percent or more. In the first
    Buffett says Trump hasn't had much effect on the economy yet

  • In a pointed speech on Sunday, President Obama took aim at his successor in the White House — and at congressional Republicans who are pushing to repeal his signature health care law. Read more from USA Today:Paul Ryan reacts to claims that health care bill not read before vote27 national monuments under Interior Dept. One reason Obama received the award, the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation noted, was for expanding health security to millions of Americans. He noted that the example of JFK and
    In speech, Obama takes aim at Trump, Republicans

  • The Trump administration will name nearly a dozen federal judges as nominees for key posts Monday. White House press secretary Sean Spicer said that among the candidates are individuals previously named on President Donald Trump’s list of 21 possible picks for Supreme Court justice. The announcement comes less than a month after Trump’s final pick for the Supreme Court, Neil Gorsuch, was confirmed as justice to the nation’s highest court. While the court of appeals tends to have a lower public p
    Trump to announce federal court nominees

  • He noted that Flynn’s security clearance was renewed under the Obama administration, adding that “the Fake News seldom likes talking about that.” Trump is correct that Flynn’s clearance was renewed under Obama, but Flynn was removed from his defense intelligence post by the Obama administration in 2014. Critics have asked why the Trump administration didn’t catch possible problems with Flynn during its own vetting process. Obama warned Trump against hiring Flynn shortly after November’s presiden
    Trump is going after Sally Yates before she starts her testimony on Flynn and the Russians

  • Friday, 5 May 2017 | 5:24 PM ET | 04:03When executives pay the White House a visit, their shareholders should cheer. Jeffrey Brown and Jiekun Huang found that the share prices of companies whose executives visited the White House saw an average boost of 1 percent in the two months after the visits. The finding was based on White House visitor logs maintained and made public during the Obama administration. Notably, the president himself was not even the most visited member in the White House. Br
    'All the president's friends': White House visits boost stock prices

  • Former President Barack Obama warned Donald Trump against hiring Mike Flynn as his national security adviser, three former Obama administration officials tell NBC News. The warning, which has not been previously reported, came less than 48 hours after the November election when the two sat down for a 90-minute conversation in the Oval Office. The revelation comes on a day that former acting Attorney General Sally Yates is expected to testify that Flynn misled the White House about his contacts w
    Obama warned Trump against hiring Mike Flynn, say officials

  • What’s happening: Snap reports earnings for the first time as a public companyWhy it matters: The report will give some clues to whether Snap can hold its own despite tough competition from FacebookSo far Snap’s stock has been on a roller-coaster ride, rising 44 percent on its first day. But then its price started dropping, dipping below its IPO price in early March. Since then, the messaging app which boasts a strong millennial base, has been rebounding. Still, Snap is facing fierce competition
    Snap's rollercoaster ride, inflation indicators and other top money stories of the week

  • It takes discipline, focus, and a set of core values that guide you around the emotions and stress of daily combat. It’s all too easy to get sidetracked by the latest new strategy for success — like social media or digital marketing or sales automation. When one doesn’t work, you throw it away, quickly adopting another new tactic. One thing successful people know is that getting ahead is as much about what you do as what you don’t do. Here are eight things you have to give up to achieve success.
    8 things you have to give up to be successful

  • Given the positive turn of events for the European consensus, investors might wonder why the euro is slipping on Monday. After weeks of relentlessly buying the euro, currency traders took the opportunity to lock in their gains — thus pushing the single currency below the 1.0950 mark by morning U.S. trade. The real buying opportunity for the single currency was two weeks ago, when the first-round results put Macron on the path to the presidency. The capital markets therefore received little new i
    Making sense of the currency market’s strange reaction to the French election

  • White House spokesman Sean Spicer said presidential adviser and son-in-law Jared Kushner played no role in his family firm’s decision to recruit Chinese investors with presentations on an “investor visa” program that name-checked both him and President Trump. The so-called “golden visa” program gives foreigners who invest at least $500,000 in U.S. development projects a faster track to pursue green cards for themselves and their families. President Trump signed a spending bill extending the prog
    Spicer: Kushner ‘not involved’ in family’s Chinese EB-5 visa pitch

  • French President-elect Emmanuel Macron told his U.S. counterpart Donald Trump in a telephone call on Monday that he would defend a climate change deal agreed in Paris in 2015, his spokeswoman said. “He is going to protect the climate change agreement, and he is going to make sure he will be vigilant in protecting the French people,” Laurence Haim told CNN. She said the two had also discussed during their 10-minute conversation issues including the fight against terrorism, transatlantic relations
    Macron tells Trump he will defend 2015 Paris climate change agreement

  • Stocks have been trading in a narrow range and there really isn’t a catalyst right now to push them higher, expert Nancy Tengler told CNBC on Monday. The market has already digested “fabulous” first-quarter earnings and now the Republican health-care bill may take some time to move through the Senate, the chief investment officer at Heartland Financial explained. The legislation, passed by the House of Representatives last week, faces an uncertain future in the Senate, where several members have
    With lack of catalysts for the market, time to get a bit more defensive: Expert

  • Chamath Palihapitiya, founder and CEO of Social Capital, was bullish Tesla on Monday, recommending convertible bonds from the electric car maker. “The Tesla convertible bonds give us a way to stand shoulder to shoulder with a guy who we think is our generation’s Thomas Edison,” he said. The specific convertible bonds he said he was buying had a 2022 maturity. The idea from the former senior member of the investment team at Facebook was presented at the Sohn Investment Conference in New York. Pal
    Hedge fund manager Palihapitiya calls Elon Musk 'our generation's Thomas Edison'

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