Job Seekers – Beware spam viruses — MICHAEL

Job seekers across the world who utilize any online services for posting resumes and contact information are at great risk for being targets of computer viruses delivered via email. When a person is aggressively looking for work, any email that comes in which has the appearance of a job opportunity and/or interest from a potential […]

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Cut the Cable TV Cord and save real money every month       

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There are lots of people moving from Cable TV subscriptions to Streaming TV. Maybe some of your friends and family have already “cut the cord.” Is it possible to leave your cable TV provider, continue to enjoy all the Television channels you currently watch…and save money? Read the article at MikeaboutMoney.com.

The Future of Money Management

PatrickPatrick Schwerdtfeger is a business futurist who specialized in technology trends, and he’s written a new book, Anarchy, Inc: Profiting in a Decentralized World with Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain. And he writes “change is coming. Decentralization has already planted its roots. Anarchy is within sight. In fact, elements of anarchy are already here. A few will flourish while the majority struggle.” We wanted to know how can we be among the winners and not the losers in this new technological and financial struggle. Read More at MikeaboutMoney.com.

Millions are postponing Retirement plans. Are you?

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More than half of workers 60 years old or older say they are postponing retirement plans, according to a new study by employment site CareerBuilder. Four out of 10 workers said they don’t think they can retire until at least age 70. The biggest reason is uncertainty over how much money is needed to retire.

You may not have to postpone your retirement if you follow the sound advice in this new article, Retirement Planning is One Big Math Problem, just posted at MikeaboutMoney.com

No Consumer access to complaints about Banks?

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The acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau says he wants to cut off public access to a database of consumer complaints about banks. Mick Mulvaney told the American Bankers Association the agency should not be running a “Yelp for financial service companies.”

 

What do you think?

 

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