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how calculators can measure changes

Hobo_018 | E+ | Getty Images How to measure the effects of a benefit cut Covisum, a provider of Social Security claiming software, recently updated its calculator to reflect the Social Security trustees’ latest projections. Offerings include a free version for consumers and a more complex paid version for financial advisors. Another …

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4 key year-end moves to ‘control your tax reporting destiny’

seksan Mongkhonkhamsao | Moment | Getty Images 1. Boost your 401(k) contributions If you haven’t maxed out your workplace 401(k), there may still be time to boost your contributions for 2022, said Guarino. The move may lower your adjusted gross income while padding your retirement savings, but “time is of …

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Supreme Court tackles Biden student loan plan

Student loan debt holders take part in a demonstration outside of the White House staff entrance to demand that President Biden cancel student loan debt. Jemal Countess | Getty Images Entertainment | Getty Images The fate of the Biden administration’s sweeping student loan forgiveness plan now rests with the Supreme …

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Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield leaving Salesforce two years after deal

Stewart Butterfield speaks on November 08, 2019 in San Francisco, California. Phillip Faraone | Getty Images Salesforce said on Monday that Slack founder and CEO Stewart Butterfield is leaving the company. He’ll be replaced by Lidiane Jones, an executive vice president at Salesforce who joined in 2019. Butterfield’s announced departure …

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When to put your GPA on your resume

When it comes to finding the right candidate for a role, hiring managers have a list of priorities. A majority, 86%, say skills top the list, according to a September 2022 TopResume survey of 330 HR professionals, followed by experience (82%) and personality (55%). Only 22% included education. That being …

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Sam Bankman-Fried could face years in prison over FTX meltdown

FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried attends a press conference at the FTX Arena in downtown Miami on Friday, June 4, 2021. Matias J. Ocner | Miami Herald | Tribune News Service | Getty Images Sam Bankman-Fried, the disgraced former CEO of FTX — the bankrupt cryptocurrency exchange that was worth $32 …

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Wall Street analysts say buy stocks like CrowdStrike & Analog Devices

VMware at the NYSE, Dec. 14, 2021. Source: NYSE Investors’ attention has returned to the Federal Reserve after a hot November jobs report last week. That’s because even though the central bank has pushed interest rates higher, the economy continues to add jobs and wages keep rising. Friday’s report on …

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Companies need to increase salary transparency or workers will quit

Maskot | Digitalvision | Getty Images Salary transparency laws are spreading across the U.S., requiring companies to list salary ranges on job applications. While that’s good news for job seekers, it’s also raising the chances of upheaval as existing employees quickly find out what colleagues are being paid. Roughly 1 …

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Michigan couple teaches people how to start lucrative side hustles

In 2020, Jamie and Sarah McCauley filmed themselves ripping, repainting and restoring thrifted furniture. They resold the items, made more than $1,000 in profit and posted the results on YouTube. Within a week, the video received 20,000 views. The McCauleys, who live off a variety of concurrently running side hustles, …

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Manufacturing orders from China down 40% in demand collapse

Aerial view of containers sitting stacked at the Qinzhou Port on August 15, 2022 in Qinzhou, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region of China. China News Service | Getty Images U.S. logistic managers are bracing for delays in the delivery of goods from China in early January as a result of canceled …

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