Youre 60-Something With Only $100,000 Saved Towards Retirement. Now What?
An acquaintance in her early 60s was proud that she had saved $100,000 in the direction of her retirement. In her case, it was a terrific accomplishment, since shes a single mother with reasonable earnings. She requested me for ideas to assist her plan her retirement. Instantly l heard two...
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Next time you are driving down Main in Bismarck, you may notice that there is something going on in the former Starving Rooster location. KFYR-TV is reporting that a new bar and restaurant is coming to town! It took the owners two years of planning, and now they are down to the space renovation of Bismarck's newest hot spot, Jimmy V's. We can expect to be able to safely checkout the new hang either in late December or early January. Get the full story from KFYR-TV.Read Full Story Hot SpotFood & DrinkKFYR-TVRestaurantGift ShopTown PlanningDrink DrivingNardelloOnline ShopBusinessesCheckoutGift CardsOtto Von Bismarck
Opinion: We still owe $46,000 on our mortgage — should we deplete savings to pay it off before we retire in 2021?
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CATSKILL — The former Catskill Game Farm, a beloved blast from Catskill’s past that attracted visitors from all over the world, sold last week for just under $2 million. The 150-acre site was home to more than 2,000 animals, including the celebrated April the giraffe, from 1933 until the business closed permanently on Columbus Day, Oct. 9, 2006, after 73 years of operation.Read Full Story Columbus DayPut It OnUnited StatesGiraffe HouseBallonesHomeSelf-guided ToursCampingAprilCathy BalloneWedding PlanningBen
Anchor Peggy Finnegan announces her retirement from WPXI-TV
After a distinguished 30-year career, Peggy Finnegan is stepping away from the news desk at WPXI. The veteran anchor announced her retirement on the noon broadcast Monday. Although she will no longer be anchoring at noon and 5 p.m., she will continue to be a part of special report coverage and community events for the station.Read Full Story WpxiCelebritiesDavid JohnsonPeggy FinneganSyracuseAnnounces RetirementTV NewsRetirement HomeWPXI-TVABCThe Post-GazetteChannel 11Ms. FinneganVeteran
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This report was originally published Sept. 15, 2016. If you’re committed to saving money, you could try an extreme strategy: choosing to live on half your income. While saving half your salary requires a lot of willpower, it’s not impossible. If you can swing it, you could make rapid progress toward your savings goals.Read Full Story Federal Student LoansPersonal LoansStudent Loan RefinancingPersonal FinanceLiborInterest RateCost SavingsRetirement IncomeRetirement SavingsFamily IncomeFixed IncomeMintKelly-Ann ReynoldsEarnest LLCLendKey.comSlash
Cedar Crest Holds Food Drive for Local Food Pantries
Residents and Staff donate over 13 large boxes of food. Sales Manager Brian Cassidy helped deliver 13 boxes of food donated by residents and staff to local food pantries on November 20. Cedar Crest, an Erickson Living managed senior living community in Pequannock, New Jersey, held a food drive this...Read Full Story Local FoodFood DriveRetirement CommunitiesPequannock TownshipLincoln ParkBrian CassidyST. JosephErickson Living ®CedarCrestCommunity.comSenior Living CommunityPompton PlainsLead OrganizerHoliday SeasonSales ManagerNovember
Farewell to a wrestling legend: Undertaker lays long career to rest (we think)
Rest in peace, Undertaker. At least, that was the feeling of many WWE fans after the career of one of the greatest wrestlers came to an end Sunday evening. The Undertaker, known in real life as Mark Calaway, made his final appearance in front of a virtual and pay-per-view audience at WWE’s annual “Survivor Series.”Read Full Story WrestlersSurvivor SeriesMark [email protected] Undertaker
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Want a Covid-19 Test at Sky Harbor Airport? Everything You Need to Know.
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