Month: August 2020

paul mansfield photography | Moment | Getty Images It’s officially the last day to return that mandatory distribution out of your retirement account and trim your tax bill. The CARES Act, the coronavirus relief act that went into effect this spring, allowed retirement account holders to skip their required minimum distribution for this year. Those
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An active senior couple with helmets and ebikes standing outdoors on a road in nature. getty I’ll bet that 95% of all baby boomers living in single-family homes and condos have a bicycle or two hanging from the rafters of the garage or clinging to the back of a storage cage somewhere.  Most of them haven’t
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CRYPTIC: Restricted stock, restricted stock units, and restricted securities sound alike but are not … [+] the same. It’s important for employees to know which they have. getty Grants of restricted stock or restricted stock units (RSU) have become the equity compensation of choice for many public companies and some larger private companies. They may
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Intelligent and intelligible office buildings getty Big buildings move slowly It is a truth universally acknowledged that artificial intelligence will change everything. In the next few decades, the world will become intelligible, and in many ways, intelligent. But insiders suggest that the world of big office real estate will get there more slowly – at
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getty Price rules. Everything else is just talk. Let’s see, now. There’s a pandemic, and people can’t gather in groups like humans naturally like to do. There’s massive unemployment. Congress is absent, literally and figuratively. There’s a U.S. election coming, and it’s getting nasty. There’s a growing number of global hot-spots, and I’m talking about
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China on Monday announced that manufacturing activity expanded in the month of August as the country continued to recover from the coronavirus pandemic.  The official manufacturing Purchasing Manager’s Index (PMI) for the month of August came in at 51.0 as compared to 51.1 in July, according to the National Bureau of Statistics. However, the pace of expansion missed
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