Marketplace for Thursday, June 13, 2013
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You think our housing collapse was bad? Try thinking about what the homesteaders went through 100 years ago. Our series looking at the consumer economy continues. Also, the Supreme Court decides that human genes can't be patented.
Posted In: 401k, retirement savings, retirement planning
Ted Benna was a pension consultant who noticed a new tax code provision, K, added to Section 401. He never intended the retirement plan that resulted to replace pensions or become so complicated.
Posted In: turkey, istanbul
Turkey's economy under prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has grown steadily, giving him the support of many businesses.
Posted In: retirement planning, Retirement, Fidelity
Can we really save for retirement in this consumer economy? There's plenty of advice. Try to follow it.
Posted In: montana, housing market
Railroads lured homesteaders to Montana with ads that made the dry plains look like lush English countryside. Banks offered easy money, the settlers loaded up with loans -- and drought set in.
Posted In: coffee
The new edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual now lists caffeine withdrawal.
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