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It’s The End Of An Era For This Influential Personal Finance Magazine

After almost five decades in print, there are huge changes in store for Money magazine. Money magazine, a mainstay of personal finance, is shutting down its print publication and going to digital only. It’s following in the footsteps of other leading publications like Time, Fortune, Seventeen and Sports Illustrated, that have terminated their print versions […]

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Quick Take: Best Banks For Protecting Vulnerable Seniors

What banks score best for protecting seniors from hackers and scams? TD Bank, Bank of America, and PNC all take top spots, says Money Magazine.  

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Weston, Florida Named South Florida “Ultimate Hometown”

Looking for one of South Florida’s “best places to live?” You may want to take a look at Weston, Florida, selected as one of America’s ultimate hometowns by Money magazine. Weston has a lot of strong points in its favor. There are plenty of employment opportunities, first-class medical services (including Cleveland Clinic Florida’s medical center) and a manageable commute […]

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Hooray For Hollywood, Money Magazine’s New Best Place To Retire In The Southeast!

Hooray for Hollywood! Hollywood, Florida, that is. Hollywood just earned its place on Money Magazine’s “Best Places To Retire 2016” list, snatching the crown as “Best in the Southeast.” Our neighbor to the south, located on the coastal strip between Miami and Fort Lauderdale, boasts mid-century architecture, a bodacious 2½ mile-long boardwalk, and of course, Florida’s fabulous […]

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How to Choose the Best Student Loan Repayment Plan

Questions about your student loans and the best way to pay them off? Check out our conversation with Money Magazine reporter Kaitlin Mulhere on the best student loan repayment plans. Cautions Mulhere: “Some of the payment plans will sharply reduce your current bill but cost you more in the long run.” The Takeaway: Make sure […]

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