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Gail MarksJarvis

Stretch your retirement with this tax-saving strategy

20 Feb 2019

CHICAGO Retirement strategy is about more than just how you will spend the money you have saved – it matters where that money is coming from too.

CORRECTED-COLUMN-Stretch your retirement with this tax-saving strategy

20 Feb 2019

CHICAGO, Feb 20 Retirement strategy is about more than just how you will spend the money you have saved – it matters where that money is coming from too.

Help available for first-time buyers, if you can find it

07 Feb 2019

CHICAGO (It took 52-year-old social worker Nancy Peterson a combination of five different grants and low interest loans to accumulate $80,000 for the downpayment she needed to become a first-time home buyer in Seattle last summer.

COLUMN-Help available for first-time buyers, if you can find it

07 Feb 2019

CHICAGO, Feb 7 (It took 52-year-old social worker Nancy Peterson a combination of five different grants and low interest loans to accumulate $80,000 for the downpayment she needed to become a first-time home buyer in Seattle last summer.

Working to 70 is not an easy fix to the retirement crisis

30 Jan 2019

CHICAGO It may seem a simple solution to the brewing U.S. retirement crisis: Get people to work until 70 before retiring and 85 percent will have the money they need for retirement.

How the shutdown affects tuition payments and loans

23 Jan 2019

CHICAGO With the partial U.S. government shutdown about a month old, a student showed up at the College of Southern Maryland's financial aid office with two preschool children in tow to request emergency help paying her $3,000 in tuition and fees. She is one of the 800,000 workers not getting paid.

COLUMN-How the shutdown affects tuition payments and loans

23 Jan 2019

CHICAGO, Jan 23 With the partial U.S. government shutdown about a month old, a student showed up at the College of Southern Maryland's financial aid office with two preschool children in tow to request emergency help paying her $3,000 in tuition and fees. She is one of the 800,000 workers not getting paid.

Cash can beat stocks in returns and happiness

09 Jan 2019

CHICAGO How bad was 2018 for investors? They pulled a record amount of money from stock and bond funds late in 2018 and tucked it into safe havens such as CDs, money market funds or U.S. Treasuries that mature in a year or less.

COLUMN-Cash can beat stocks in returns and happiness

09 Jan 2019

CHICAGO, Jan 9 How bad was 2018 for investors? They pulled a record amount of money from stock and bond funds late in 2018 and tucked it into safe havens such as CDs, money market funds or U.S. Treasuries that mature in a year or less.

How to kickstart a young person's retirement

19 Dec 2018

CHICAGO When the Vondruska family gathers in Watersmeet, Michigan on Christmas Eve to open presents, the grandchildren will not be ripping open any packages from their grandparents.

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