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Are you really ready to retire? 5 steps to make sureAre you dreaming of handing in your notice at work and joining the ranks of the retired? Retirement can be wonderful – if you're prepared for it. So before you put an end to your career, it's essential to make sure you're 100% ready.
     
 
 

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Elon Musk claps back at plea from Arianna Huffington to slow down as he works on TeslaElon Musk said no thanks via tweet to a plea from media maven and sleep advocate Arianna Huffington to slow down as he tries to bolster Tesla
     
 
 

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Trump asks: Should Corporate America reveal its results less often?President Trump has asked Wall Street's top regulator to study whether U.S. companies should report financial results less often. He hopes the change would create more jobs. Critics claim it could leave Main Street investors in the dark.
     
 
 

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Elon Musk calls this year 'the most difficult and painful' of his careerIn an interview with The New York Times, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said 2018 has been "excruciating for him," acknowledging efforts to ensure his company is meeting its production targets have taken a physical toll.
     
 
 

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Why midterms should boost the stock market, 401(k)sMidterm races are taking shape. So is the likely market impact.
     
 
 

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Artists, therapists, event planners: The lowest-paying jobs for college graduatesEach year, thousands of people begin college with the goal of earning a degree and becoming more attractive to employers when they enter the job market. But not all fields are equally lucrative. Many jobs that typically require college degrees for entry-level positions pay less than $50,0000.
     
 
 

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Flushing your contact lenses down the drain is adding plastic waste to oceansUp to 20 percent of wearers aren't tossing their old lenses into waste containers, opting instead for disposal in sinks and toilets. An ASU study found that after going through a sewage treatment plant, they became even small pieces, which can find their way into fish, birds or other animals.
     
 
 

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China tariffs could raise consumers' tech bill $3.2 billion higher in 2019, trade group saysConsumers could pay between $1.6 billion and $3.2 billion more in 2019 for electronic products such as smart speakers, smartwatches and other Bluetooth-enabled products, according to a new study published Friday by the Consumer Technology Association.
     
 
 

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TripAdvisor names best burger restaurants in every stateUsing site reviews, TripAdvisor has narrowed down the top-rated burger restaurant in every state across the U.S.
     
 
 

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Free tuition for all NYU medical students – a $55,018-a-year surprise"No more tuition ... The day they get their diploma, they owe nobody nothing,"  said Kenneth G. Langone, NYU Langone board of trustees chair. Sticker price for tuition at the NYU School of Medicine is $55,018 a year.
     
 
 

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Chipotle lures students, parents with buy-one, get-one deal SaturdayNo school ID is required to get a free Chipotle burrito, burrito bowl, salad, order of tacos or a kids meal with the purchase of an entrée Aug. 18.
     
 
 

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Mistake helps woman win $100,000 Powerball prizeLinda Keyanchuk of Michigan won a big prize by accidentally purchasing the wrong lottery ticket. She matched four white balls and the Powerball twice.
     
 
 

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These are the 5 best deals on Amazon this weekendSummer's almost over, so it's time to upgrade the way you watch!
     
 
 

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Do you trust your lender? How to borrow money without being bamboozledPredatory lending practices do exist. But if you know what to look for, it's possible to find a bank, credit union or online company you can trust. Here are the attributes of a lender that won't rip you off.
     
 
 

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4 hot new supercars will rock Pebble Beach -- and could jar Tesla as wellCustomers may be buying SUVs, but the Monterey Week of Cars is about cars
     
 
 

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Back-to-school shopping: Bulletproof backpacks, other protection on the to-buy listBulletproof protection and safety from shooters is on the mind of parents and students during back-to-school preparations. Companies report higher sales of bulletproof backpacks, bulletproof backpack panels, special glass that can keep a shooter from gaining entry to a school and other products
     
 
 

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'Twilight' home for sale: Bella Swan's house goes on the market for $349,900You could own Bella Swan's home from "Twilight." The four-bedroom home is for sale in St. Helen's, Oregon.
     
 
 

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This state is home to the healthiest seniorsMore than 8 in 10 older people residing in New Hampshire describe themselves as being in “good, very good or excellent health." In comparison, Mississippi had the fewest seniors — 64 percent — who reported themselves as being in “good, very good or excellent health.”
     
 
 

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HomeReady and home possible: Loans with 3% down for 2018Today’s conventional loans allow 3% down payments. You’ll need a higher credit score than with FHA loans but get a break on mortgage insurance.
     
 
 

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National Fajita Day brings some sizzling specials Saturday plus other dealsAug. 18 is the newer made-up holiday of National Fajita Day, and some restaurants are celebrating with sizzling specials. We've also rounded up other deals for the weekend.
     
 
 

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How balance-transfer credit cards can save money and help pay off debt soonerIf you're in revolving credit card debt, you may want to consider getting a balance-transfer card. They allow you to transfer a balance from a card with a high interest rate to one with a low interest rate, giving you an opportunity to pay off debt faster and at a lower cost.
     
 
 

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Facebook allows landlords to discriminate on housing ads, HUD chargesThe U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development said Facebook violated the Fair Housing Act because its targeting systems allow advertisers to exclude certain audiences, such as families with young children or disabled people, from seeing housing ads.
     
 
 

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Apple gains a foothold in the smart speaker market: A Foolish TakeDespite fierce competition, the HomePod has a 6 percent share of the smart speaker market.
     
 
 

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3 tips for managing your money during your first year of retirementYour first year of retirement can be exciting and daunting at the same time. That's why it's especially crucial to keep tabs on your money as you adjust to life as a retiree.
     
 
 

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Forget the wage gap: Let's talk about the raise gap hitting women in workforceNew data shows that women who ask for more money at work are less likely to get it. And that's a challenge they need to overcome.
     
 
 

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Refinancing your car loan could save you this much money a monthRefinancing a car loan isn't a popular idea. But some credit unions and others say it's a good way for many to save money on payments.
     
 
 

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Weed killer in breakfast cereals: How dangerous is it?Those with no political or economic stake in glyphosate, the active ingredient in Monsanto's Roundup herbicide, have no conclusive answers.
     
 
 

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How to hack your way to a less stressful school yearColumnist Jennifer Jolly asked parents on Facebook their tips for saving money and getting kids to focus, without the stress back-to-school often brings. Here are her favorites.
     
 
 

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18 things that will make you wish it was already fallCue happy dance because it’s almost autumn.
     
 
 

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Report: Many American workers get no paid time offMany American workers get no paid time off. Elizabeth Keatinge has more.
     
 
 

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8 smart home gadgets that make life so much easierIn case you needed more reasons to invest in smart tech.
     
 
 

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Don't be surprised if you see a mini horse on your Southwest flightSouthwest airlines has introduced a new rule that will allow flyers to bring mini horses in flight as long as they are service animals. Buzz60 has the story.
     
 
 

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EpiPen shortage has parents struggling during back-to-school seasonEpiPen, the lifesaving allergy medicine, has suffered manufacturing disruptions since May, but allergy sufferers and caregivers may find it especially hard to find now, as parents try to stock up to send their kids back to school.
     
 
 

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How to make the most of 529 savings plans to cover education expensesFew people are aware of 529 savings plans, which can help cover costs of education. Here's a primer on how they work.
     
 
 

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'Journalists are not the enemy': 350 media outlets push back against Trump rhetoricLed by The Boston Globe, editorials from more than 350 news outlets across the U.S. expressed the need for freedom of press in a democracy.
     
 
 

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Artificial intelligence has a racial bias problem. Google is funding summer camps to try to change thatArtificial intelligence has been criticized for its use as a surveillance tool and for racist algorithms built into software. Nonprofit organization AI4All wants to show people that AI can be used to better humanity, starting with creating tech spaces for minorities while they're still young.
     
 
 

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Food news: 3 new apples that will rival the reigning HoneycrispIt's almost apple season, so keep an eye out for these new varietals.
     
 
 

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15 cars and trucks going away in 2018Among the unlucky models are minivans, tiny cars and some former big sellers.
     
 
 

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The grand look of Steinway pianos
     
 
 

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How to start taming your budget-busting billsWhat can you do to make sure you have enough money each month to not only pay your bills but also save for your future? Start by creating a budget.
     
 
 

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Five steps to cutting your expensive cable TV billTired of paying too much for cable TV? Here's five easy ways to start cutting your bill down to size.
     
 
 

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Shocking electric bill? Free changes can help you cut costs, save moneyElectric bills are kind of a mystery, but there's plenty of big and small changes families can make that will cut energy consumption and save money.
     
 
 

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How we saved for our $20,000 retirement dream vacationShirley and Dan Frye's retirement planning included a line item for adventure
     
 
 

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10 banks consumers complain about the mostThe most common complaint categories in order were related to: mortgages, debt collection, credit reporting, credit card, bank accounts or service.
     
 
 

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Planning a purchase? How to car shop at an auto showIt's fun to wander an auto show, ogling the new models. But you also can put the event to a more pragmatic use: planning your next car purchase.
     
 
 

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Small business: I'll drink to that. Rhonda Abrams on the best wines under $10If you’re like me, you’d like to help support a fellow small business owner, choosing a pleasurable wine from a small winery at an affordable price.
     
 
 

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Hot concept cars attracted to Monterey's Week of Cars
     
 
 

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Cities where the middle class can no longer afford a home
     
 
 

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Vroom-vroom! Sotheby's to auction 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO
     
 
 

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Ikea opens first store in India
     
 
 

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50 highest grossing restaurants in America
     
 
 

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