With the April 18 tax deadline looming, Americans must choose between itemizing deductions or taking the standard deduction to reduce their tax obligations and pocket as much money as possible. Since the standard deduction was nearly doubled in 2018 as … Continue reading → The post Where Americans Write Off the Most in Taxes – 2023 Study appeared first on SmartAsset Blog.
American investors are getting the jitters about retirement. More than half say they might need to work during retirement. Close to half say they'll need to work during retirement. And another large contingent say they'll need to move someplace cheaper … Continue reading → The post Majority of Americans Plan to Work During Retirement appeared first on SmartAsset Blog.
Many Americans don't feel financially confident. In fact, a recent study found that you'd need to earn around $128,000 to have financial confidence.
For nearly two years, inflation has hit Americans where it hurts most: their wallets. Despite a strong labor market, a higher percentage of American families are struggling to make ends meet today when compared with two years ago. In early … Continue reading → The post Where Residents Are Hurting the Most Financially – 2023 Edition appeared first on SmartAsset Blog.
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If $1 million was once the consensus target for retirement savings in the U.S., that appears to be changing. A recent Schwab Retirement Plan Services survey found that 401(k) plan participants across the country now believe they must save $1.9 … Continue reading → The post 401(k) Plan Participants Say They Need to Save This Much to Retire appeared first on SmartAsset Blog.
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The rising popularity of artificial intelligence (AI) has caught the attention of just about everybody on Wall Street. Analysts at financial institutions are attending seminars, webinars, and everything in between to try and get a grasp on which companies are making inroads in AI versus those that might be using the new buzzword as a means to attract attention. While Big Tech firms such as Alphabet, Microsoft, Amazon, and Nvidia are already looking like the leaders of the AI pack, other growth companies, including Palantir, MongoDB, and ServiceNow, should not be overlooked.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A newly enacted Tennessee law designed to lower the threshold needed for Nashville leaders to approve improvements to its fairgrounds speedway violates the state's constitution and cannot be enforced, a three-judge panel has ruled. Thursday's unanimous ruling is the latest development in the ongoing tension between left-leaning Nashville and the GOP-dominated General Assembly, where multiple legal challenges have been filed over Republican-led efforts to undermine the cit
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — A privately owned high-speed passenger train service launched Friday between Florida's two biggest tourist hubs. The Brightline train is a $5 billion bet by owner Fortress Investment Group that eventually 8 million people annually will take the 3.5-hour, 235-mile (378-kilometer) trip between Miami and Orlando — about 30 minutes less than the average drive. The company is charging single riders $158 round-trip for business class and $298 for first-class, with families and gro
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Kevin Mason, 28, was mistakenly released from jail by Indiana authorities due to a clerical error
Good evening. The missile strike that hit a Russian navy headquarters was a “blow to the dictatorship of Putin”, according to the Ukrainian air force spokesman. Also, the King and Queen close out their France state visit.
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A leading Democratic senator and his wife have been charged with corruption.
Head coach Desiree Ellis pays tribute to USA icon Megan Rapinoe as South Africa prepare to play in the American's final international match.
Part of retirement planning includes determining how much to save and invest so you can enjoy the type of lifestyle you desire. Setting your savings target by age can be a good way to organize your strategy and gauge how … Continue reading → The post How Much Does the Average 70-Year-Old Have in Savings? appeared first on SmartAsset Blog.