Month: June 2019

“Zero inventory” has been mostly unobtainable for manufacturers. But cutting-edge 3D printing technology is giving managers renewed hope. Carbon announced Tuesday it raised $260 million in growth funding. This San Francisco company is developing a platform executives claim will bring 3D printing to high-volume production. Selective laser melting, direct metal laser sintering, 3d printing, industry 4.0 Getty
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Carson and Chris are members of my team and they’ll be joining me in this episode today to talk about how to start a career in real estate. We’ll clarify the differences between being an investor and an agent, and what it takes to begin your journey as a real estate investor. 00:18 Introducing Carson
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By Dean Hedeker, Next Avenue Contributor For people nearing retirement or in retirement,  every dollar counts  and planning ahead is paramount. That’s especially true for taxes. Now that 2018 tax returns are behind us, this is an opportune time to look for 2019 tax savings strategies for retirement. Here are two ways to do it: Use
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Photo credit: Getty Getty A health savings account (HSA) is not usually considered a retirement account. The popular choices for retirement savings are 401(k)s, traditional IRAs and Roth IRAs. Like the 401(k), your HSA savings, known as your contributions and any employer contributions, are not taxed. Like both the 401(k), IRA and Roth IRAs, your
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Peter Mazza, his wife, Megan, and their three children. Mazza, who was diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer in April, has been unable to access the cancer deferment. Source: Peter Mazza Last September, President Donald Trump signed into law a bill allowing people with cancer to press pause on their federal student loan payments. More than
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Traders work on the floor at the New York Stock Exchange, May 23, 2019. Brendan McDermid | Reuters It’s no secret that machines are taking up a bigger and bigger share of investing, but the extent of their influence is approaching shocking proportions. It is as high as 80%, according to one major investing firm.
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Investors should put their money in small- to mid-cap biotech stocks as rhetoric about changing the U.S. health-care system ramps up during the Democratic primary debate season, Jefferies analyst Michael Yee said Friday. “The big biotechs have to buy the big and small biotechs, and that’s where most [health-care] investors have been playing,” Yee said
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Discover how to maximize your retirement investments so that you get safety, growth, cash flow, tax breaks AND control all at the same time through Commercial Real Estate Investing. You can have your cake and eat it too! It requires stepping out the box of stock, bonds and mutual funds and investing in commercial real
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Democratic presidential candidates New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio (L-R), Rep. Tim Ryan (D-OH), former housing secretary Julian Castro, Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ), Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), former Texas congressman Beto O’Rourke and Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) take part in the first night of the Democratic presidential debate on June 26, 2019 in Miami,
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MIAMI, FLORIDA – JUNE 27: Democratic presidential candidates take part in the second night of the first Democratic presidential debate on June 27, 2019, in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images) Getty Images The second night of the Democratic debates marked a shift both in tone and topics. While the first night of the
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Three days ago, I posted a column showing that Social Security is mailing out wildly incorrect benefit statements. I say statements because I presume if the Social Security computer produced one crazy benefit statement, it produced a slew. The column discusses one bizarre statement, copying the relevant part. The statement tells the worker that if
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