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Even NFL Players Could Use Retirement Planning Help

--- A recent National Bureau for Economic Research study offers some telling stats about the challenges of retirement: Even wealthy NFL players struggle to create a reliable plan for the future. --- Initial bankruptcy filings among National ... Plan Adviser, 6 days ago
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Do strong religious beliefs stifle innovation?

AFRICANEWSWIRE.NET (April, 25 2015)A study by the US National Bureau of Economic Research shows that countries that are intensely religious are typically less innovative than those
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Inflation adjusted home value growth: Sydney and Melbourne are the only capital cities where dwelling values have risen at a faster pace than inflation over the past five years

in CoreLogic RP Data Indices, Economics, Housing affordability, National Market, Research The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) released Consumer Price Index (CPI) data for the March 2015 quarter yesterday. The data showed that over the ...
 RP Data5 days ago Australia has a glut of bedrooms but a dearth of policies in place to make these rooms and homes available to those who need them most  RP Data1 week ago The relationship between dwelling approvals, commencements and completions  RP Data1 week ago

Guide for the financially perplexed

Page 1 of 2 On Dec. 1, 2008, the National Bureau of Economic Research officially declared that America had been in the grips of a recession since December, 2007. The headline-making news did not faze the majority of Americans who already knew ...
 Intermountain Jewish News6 days ago

Study: DC Borrowing Common But Not Worrisome

Borrowing from 401(k) plans is common, but not a cause for worry, contends a report issued by the National Bureau of Economic Research this week. Almost 40 percent of defined contribution plan participants borrow from their retirement holdings ...
 Financial Advisor Magazine4 days ago
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Slow Q1 Does Not Change Fannie Mae's 2015 Forecast for Economic Growth

Fannie Mae 's Economic & Strategic Research Group is expecting the nation's economy to reach its anticipated levels of growth by the end of the year despite slowdowns in the first quarter due to West Coast port disruptions and harsh winter weather. ...
 The MReport1 week ago Fannie Mae's 2015 Economic Forecast Unchanged Despite Q1 Setback  DSNews.com1 week ago
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

District Overview: Track Records for District, Nation Differ on Startups, Which Are an Important Driver of Job Growth

The creation of new businesses, the so-called startups, is important for job growth, as research has shown. Economists John Haltiwanger, Ron Jarmin and Javier Miranda, using data from the Census Bureau's Business Dynamics Statistics (BDS),1 showed ...
 Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis1 week ago Job creation records marginal growth  Vanguard1 week ago
Christian Science Monitor

Tax cuts for the rich don't boost the economy. Tax cuts for the poor might.

Tax cuts for the bottom 90 percent of US earners tend to result in more output, employment, consumption, and investment growth than equivalently sized tax cuts for the top 10 percent, according to a new paper. A statue of former Treasury Secretary ...
 Christian Science Monitor5 days ago Tax Cuts For The Poor And Middle Class -- Not The Rich -- Create Jobs, Research Shows  Austin American Statesman5 days ago Tax Cuts Boost Jobs, Just Not When Targeted at Rich  Austin American Statesman1 week ago Tax Cuts Do Increase Employment, Do Create Jobs, The Science Is In  Forbes.com5 days ago
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Earnings gap between Tucson, nation keeps growing

The gap between the hourly earnings of Tucson workers and the national average continues to grow, numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics show. As of May 2014, employees in the Tucson Metropolitan Statistical Area, which includes all of Pima ...
 Arizona Daily Star4 days ago

More budgetary funds for agriculture sought

Economists and experts have sought an increased allocation for agriculture in the 2015-16 national budget because of the sector's crucial role in food security. They said, given props, agriculture will continue to record successes as it did in ...
 Financial Express Bangladesh17 hours ago
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