Early Social Security Claimers, Prepare for This Big Change in 2023

Early Social Security Claimers, Prepare for This Big Change in 2023

(KaileyHagen) We’re just a few short weeks away from learning what kind of a cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) Social Security beneficiaries can expect in 2023. While that’s a pretty big deal, it’s not the only exciting change coming to the next program year. Workers who claim Social Security early may notice a difference in their checks … Read more

China’s Local Governments Are Spending Millions on the Metaverse

China’s Local Governments Are Spending Millions on the Metaverse

Local authorities across China are rolling out a series of subsidies and initiatives to attract metaverse-related businesses and talent, betting on the prospects of the emerging trend creating a global buzz. At least six provincial governments as well as local authorities in 10 cities — including Beijing, Shanghai, and Chongqing — have issued either development … Read more

Charles Payne: It’s time for poor Americans to demand this – Fox Business

Charles Payne: It’s time for poor Americans to demand this – Fox Business

Charles Payne: It’s time for poor Americans to demand thisFox Business Charles Payne: Everywhere I go people ask me one questionfoxnews Charles Payne: This is absolutely nutsFox Business Inflation is exceptional high: Michael BrightFox Business Charles Payne: These stocks may have a lot of potentialFox Business View Full Coverage on Google News

Brett Favre Was a Sexually-Harassing Creep Long Before (Allegedly) Robbing Mississippi’s Poor

Brett Favre Was a Sexually-Harassing Creep Long Before (Allegedly) Robbing Mississippi’s Poor

Yoin the last few days, Jeff Pearlman, author of Gunslinger: The Remarkable, Unlikely, Iconic Life of Brett Favretold people that they shouldn’t read his book. Pearlman clarified that he felt fine about the book as a product, and that he felt like he did his due diligence in writing about Favre’s drug abuse, his dismal … Read more

Opinion: The Federal Reserve is missing a crucial turning point in its fight against inflation because it believes in flawed data

Opinion: The Federal Reserve is missing a crucial turning point in its fight against inflation because it believes in flawed data

The Federal Reserve can’t see the probable economic crash that is coming because it’s still looking into the rearview mirror, where it sees nothing but high inflation. The danger arises because the consumer price index and the personal consumption expenditure price index — the two most important inflation gauges — have a fatal flaw in … Read more

Whittier Tech student attends leadership program in Washington, DC | Haverhill

Whittier Tech student attends leadership program in Washington, DC |  Haverhill

HAVERHILL — After his election as the SkillsUSA Massachusetts president for the 2022-23 academic year, Whittier Tech senior Jaidyn Craig was invited to attend the SkillsUSA Washington Leadership Training Institute. Craig, a senior from Haverhill studying medical assisting at the Tech, attended the Institute in Washington, DC, from Sept. 17 to 21. Whittier Superintendent Maureen … Read more

Pensions Brace for Private-Equity Losses

Pensions Brace for Private-Equity Losses

Public pension funds are already reporting big losses in 2022. Things are likely to get worse. That is because the funds, which manage around $5 trillion in retirement savings for the nation’s teachers, firefighters and other public workers, haven’t yet factored in second-quarter returns on private equity and other illiquid investments.

Mortgage rates hit 6.29%, Freddie Mac says and rents fell in August for the first time since November 2021

Mortgage rates hit 6.29%, Freddie Mac says and rents fell in August for the first time since November 2021

Hi, MarketWatchers. Don’t miss these top stories. Rents fell in August for the first time since November 2021, but tenants are still struggling. Here’s why. Rents dropped from July to August, and annual growth appears to be slowing down. Read More How much should I tip my housekeeper? My husband says that we should tip … Read more

2 Reasons Retiring on Social Security Alone Could Be Disastrous

2 Reasons Retiring on Social Security Alone Could Be Disastrous

(Maurie Backman) Social Security pays millions of seniors a monthly benefit, and for many, that income is the only money they have access to during retirement. But going a similar route could be disastrous for you. Here’s why. 1. You won’t get a lot of replacement income The amount of replacement income you need during … Read more

The number of millionaires will nearly double around the world by 2026 and the US economy loses billions of dollars a year due to the sharp decline in refugee admissions

Mortgage rates hit 6.29%, Freddie Mac says and rents fell in August for the first time since November 2021

Hi, MarketWatchers. Don’t miss these top stories. Mark Cuban says Gen Z is the ‘greatest generation,’ and calls baby boomers ‘disappointing’ ‘Boomers are gonna go down in history as the most disappointing generation ever,’ Cuban said. Read More What recessions? The number of millionaires will nearly double around the world by 2026 And China will … Read more