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When John Sullivan’s aging mother needed to move, it was a challenging experience. Sullivan’s mother had macular degeneration and couldn’t drive anymore. Consequently, he and his brother looked for senior living communities. But they had many questions, many of which they didn’t know the answer to. Adding to those difficulties, they were trying to sell
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hept27 | iStock | Getty Images More and more college graduates are regretful. A recent survey by Fidelity found 40% of graduates would now make different decisions about their education if they could. Half of college grads polled by Gallup wish they’d studied something else or attended another institution. Graduates’ regrets are mostly financial, Fidelity’s
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For homeowners in Hurricane Dorian’s anticipated path, insurance claim preparation may be worth adding to your to-do list. The storm, which pummeled the Bahamas for 48 hours and left widespread devastation across the island nation, is churning northward and parallel to southeastern U.S. coastline with sustained winds of 105 mph as of Wednesday. While Dorian
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If you’re in the market for a new car, there’s a good chance you’ll find some decent deals during the long Labor Day weekend sales push. With vehicles sitting on lots longer and dealerships eager to make room for next year’s models, automakers have boosted their discounts ahead of the three-day weekend. The average incentive
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