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Next Avenue: Big insurance shock for domestic partners

This article is reprinted by permission from Unmarried gay and lesbian couples looking for domestic partner health care benefits may have a shock this open enrollment season, especially if they work for small- or medium-size employers. The 2018 Open Enrollment period runs from November 1, 2017 to December 15, 2017. PLEASE CLICK ON PUBLISHER ABOVE TO READ COMPLETE ARTICLE ...

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The Wall Street Journal: Get a better deal on a new car by using this strategy

Shrewdly navigating large purchase decisions plays an important role in building wealth. While many individuals focus on $ 5 lattes and other small but frequent expenses when trying to manage their cash flow, the reality is, the largest financial purchases we make—often homes and automobiles—will play a larger and more persistent role in our long-term financial well-being. Unfortunately for consumers, ...

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Ackman targets retail investors in ADP proxy contest

BOSTON (Reuters) – Billionaire hedge fund manager William Ackman, whose firm owns an 8.3 percent stake in Automatic Data Processing Inc (ADP.O), is turning up the heat in his proxy war for the human resources outsourcing company by targeting an often-ignored but influential group of people – retail investors. The activist investor who spends much of his time meeting institutional ...

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Personal Finance Daily: A sexist view of marriage and why the world is running out of antibiotics

Happy Wednesday, MarketWatchers! We hope your weeks are going well. Check out these top stories in personal finance. Personal Finance 15 states now defy Trump by upholding the Paris climate accord North Carolina becomes the latest state to join the effort to uphold climate change agreement despite Trump’s pull-out. One very traditional and, arguably, sexist view of marriage has not ...

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ECB to wind down stimulus starting early 2018: BlackRock's Rieder

NEW YORK (Reuters) – BlackRock Inc portfolio manager Rick Rieder said on Wednesday that investors should look for the European Central Bank to withdraw some of its stimulus beginning early next year. “We think at the next meeting they will announce a taper,” or a wind-down in the ECB bond-buying program, said Rieder, global chief investment officer of fixed income ...

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Equifax tweets sent breach victims to phishing site

Put another check in the Equifax goof column. As if consumers weren’t already confused enough when they tried to find out if they were part of the credit reporting company’s massive data breach, at least some of them were <a class="inline_asset" href="" title="… Personal Finance

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