While it is certainly nice to have a longer life expectancy than previous generations, this along with other factors makes planning for retirement much different than when our parents and grandparents retired.
If you don’t mind veering off the beaten path a little, we have some ideas. We dispatched Kansas City Star writers in every direction to find some of the odder attractions in Missouri and Kansas. Some of these places might not be your final destination, but then again, if you like quirky, they could be. And several are right here in the Kansas City area.
Yes, you’re right. The best time to buy a new car is in December. That’s why I want to help you prepare your bank account for those new wheels now. And speaking of money, we are midway through our 2015 savings challenge. How is everyone doing? A few of you have gotten a bit behind so I want to share some tips on how to catch up.
Do you know what happens to your Facebook postings when you die? Does your spouse or family have access to your account when you pass away? We all know we’re going to die someday. But what happens to our digital accounts after we’re gone?
In a story July 31 about the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation board, The Associated Press reported erroneously that one unsecured loan the board gave out was worth $50,000. The unsecured loan was worth $500,000.
Federal income tax returns from 2007 through 2014 for Hillary Rodham Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, show a surge in earnings in recent years and provide new details on aspects of their business dealings.