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10 Most Expensive Cities to Live In

Here is a nice article by Dan Burrows of Kiplinger:

 

By Dan Burrows, Contributing Writer / May 2017

 

Costly cities are costly for a reason. Be it climate, geography, culture, economic prosperity or all of the above, the most expensive U.S. cities to live in offer amenities and opportunities for which residents are willing to pay a premium to access. It’s simply the price of admission to enjoy the advantages a desirable place has to offer.

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10 Worst Jobs for the Future

Here is a nice article provided by Stacy Rapacon of Kiplinger:

 

By Stacy Rapacon, Online Editor | July 2017

 

The labor market is steadily improving, with unemployment at its lowest level in a decade, but some fields continue to experience a downward slide. For example, about 1.7 million manufacturing jobs were lost between January 2007 and January 2017 as some positions have been displaced by advancing technologies and others have moved overseas. And while it's true that manufacturing employment has rebounded a bit since the Great Recession ended, Josh Wright of labor market research firm Economic Modeling Specialists International (EMSI) says many of those added positions call for technical expertise that low-skilled manufacturing workers lack.

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10 Small Towns With Big Millionaire Populations

Here is a nice article provided by Dan Burrows of Kiplinger:

 

By Dan Burrows, Contributing Writer | June 2017

 

Just 5.5% of the households in the U.S. qualify as bona fide millionaires. That means they have investable assets of $1 million or more, excluding the value of real estate, employer-sponsored retirement plans and business partnerships. Not surprisingly, the majority of these 6.8 million wealthy households can be found in big cities such as New York, Los Angeles and Chicago.

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11 Satellite Cities Poised to Thrive in 2017

Here is a nice article provided by David Payne of Kiplinger:

 

By David Payne, Staff Economist | March 2017, Nick Mourtoupalas also contributed to this report. 

 

It’s been a slow climb back from the Great Recession for the nation’s major metropolitan areas. Yet job seekers often overlook the small and medium cities located near or relatively near the big hubs. As the big metro areas recover, these smaller “satellite” cities benefit from spreading regional business growth, while offering lower housing and commuter costs, putting less of a squeeze on employee salaries than more expensive, congested places a few hours away.

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10 Things You Must Know About Medicare

Here is a nice article provided by the Editors of Kiplinger’s Retirement Report:

 

By the Editors of Kiplinger’s Retirement Report | Updated May 2017

 

Heading into your retirement years brings a slew of new topics to grapple with, and one of the most maddening may be Medicare. Figuring out when to enroll, what to enroll in and what coverage will be best for you can be daunting. To help you wade easily into the waters, here are ten essential things you need to know about Medicare.

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