Personal Finance

When 27-year-old Ramon Gonzales was looking for a new job eight months ago, having access to a retirement plan was high on his list of priorities. Now Gonzales, the floor supervisor for the production team at Red Bay Coffee, has that ability to save. That’s thanks to CalSavers, California’s automatic individual retirement account plan, which
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Western Canada Steve Smith | Tetra images | Getty Images Looking for some peace and quiet in retirement and willing to pay for the privilege? Try looking outside U.S. borders. We took the top 10 countries in this year’s Global Peace Index from the Sydney, Australia-based Institute for Economics and Peace and reordered them from
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Mihtiander | Getty Images Managing finances is important, but it’s not how a lot people are using  their time. One in 5 American adults spend more time planning their vacations than managing their finances, according to an online survey of about 1,000 people from MyBankTracker.com. There could be several reasons why people dedicate more time
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Student debt likely will be a key issue in the 2020 presidential race. A good portion of the major contenders for a presidential nomination, including Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt.; Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif.; former Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., have supported free college and student debt relief plans. For example, Sanders’
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