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Cases of accidental pet poisonings from human medications are on the rise. In 2012, calls to the ASPCA’s Animal Poison Control Center about prescription pain medications jumped 63%; those for antidepressants rose 47.5%. Senior […] Continue Reading…
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Tips for Protecting Your Family’s Financial FutureNews from The Shoals News:(StatePoint) Do you lay awake at night wondering if you’ll have enough money to pay the bills, let alone retire? Could you pay the bills at $ 170 to $ 350 daily if you or your spouse were disabled? Do you have an extra $ 100,000 a year for this care?Expect the unexpected. Be prepared. Many […] Continue Reading…
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Another Valentine’s Day and still single? Looking for love online is so mainstream these days, about 30 million Americans frequent dating sites each month. So what’s to worry about? Find out in today’s Personal Finance pages.
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Tips for Protecting Your Family’s Financial FutureNews from Odessa American:
(StatePoint) Do you lay awake at night wondering if you’ll have enough money to pay the bills, let alone retire? Could you pay the bills at $ 170 to $ 350 daily if you or your spouse were disabled? Do you have an extra $ 100,000 a year for this care?
Expect the unexpected. Be prepared. Many challenges […] Continue Reading…
Why education is a good investmentNews from Dallas Morning News:
Debates over government spending often turn on one question: What’s worth paying for?
A better-educated workforce means more jobs, higher incomes and a stronger economy. But many Texans would revolt at paying billions in additional school taxes, especially if the payoff is years away.
A healthier population lives longer and spends less on chronic care, leaving more money for the marketplace. Yet […] Continue Reading…
Canada wealth managers see growth in philanthropic adviceNews from Reuters:
By Andrea Hopkins
TORONTO | Thu Feb 7, 2013 1:29pm EST
TORONTO (Reuters) – Gina McDonnell’s ancestors ran the family’s diverse charitable foundation for two generations before a retiring uncle turned to the Bank of Nova Scotia for help.
For the past 20 years, the bank’s Scotia Trust and Scotia Asset Management units have done everything from managing the assets and sorting through […] Continue Reading…
Peru’s Private Pension Funds Want Higher External Investment LimitNews from Fox Business:
LIMA, Peru–Peru’s private pension-fund managers would like to see the Central Reserve Bank of Peru be more aggressive in raising the limit on how much they can invest abroad.
Earlier this year, the central bank increased the limit that the private pension funds, known as AFPs, can invest outside Peru to 32% of total assets under management from 30%.
The […] Continue Reading…
Get best financial tips from young working women: SheconomyNews from Moneycontrol.com:
In this edition of Sheconomy get all the right financial advise and tips to help you achieve all your financial needs and goals. And who best to give this advise but young working women!This week’s experts include Sapna Narang, managing partner of Capital League and Nisreen Mamaji, founder, Moneyworks.Narang was working with at a senior position at HSBC for about 10 years. […] Continue Reading…
A New Look for Kiplinger’s Personal FinanceNews from Kiplinger Personal Finance:
Thanks to the oddities of magazine journalism, this issue is dated March even though it went to press in January. So for us, this is a new year—and a new look, as you can see by the photos in this issue. We’ve updated the pictures of our columnists to help convey the personalities of the people you enjoy reading—not […] Continue Reading…
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