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Eating breakfast may lead you to make healthier food choices throughout the day. Read more from Food Network @ https://bit.ly/2QlszbL
foodnetwork.com The age-old advice to eat "three square meals a day" may be right, according to new expert recommendations.
Telemedicine allows doctors to provide remote care, but doctors are concerned about what they’re missing. NPR has the latest @ https://n.pr/3beMeDL
npr.org Certain diagnoses are harder to catch without an in-person connection. And beyond that, a doctor reflects on the loss of a ritual that can provide "real comfort and meaning" to physician and patient.
Adjusting to working from home? Here’s how companies are preparing their employees to work from home long-term. Read more @ CNBC: https://cnb.cx/3gpJqEV
cnbc.com Nearly six months after the coronavirus upended daily life and work, companies large and small are scrambling to turn their temporary fixes into more sustained benefits to support their workers at home.
Great info graphic on Covid-19
Biking is a fun and healthy way to get outdoors during the summer, and all year long. The best part? Anyone can do it. More from NPR @ https://n.pr/3agoej9
npr.org Lots of people are buying bikes and hitting the road during the pandemic. So if you've thought about getting a bike, now's the time. In this episode, we'll talk about what you need to get started, and some strategies to stay safe.
Want to enjoy a delicious cold brew coffee at home? NPR gives you the recipe @ https://n.pr/3203k4r
npr.org Missing your regular cup of cold brew? We get it — it's hot outside, and maybe you're avoiding unnecessary outings. Life Kit walks you through a super simple cold brew recipe you can make at home.
Improve your golf game by starting your downswing like the pros. GolfMagic has the details @ https://bit.ly/3iQgVli
golfmagic.com Great golf tip for an effortless swing that will do wonders for your game...
The payroll tax delay could boost your paycheck, but you should think carefully before you spend it. NPR breaks it down @ https://n.pr/3gRi3Vp
npr.org President Trump has directed the Treasury Department to stop collecting payroll taxes this fall in an effort to boost workers' paychecks. But the move is temporary, and could spark headaches in 2021.
PRI’s Marketplace reports that officewear sales are in a slump since the pandemic. More @ https://bit.ly/3gr0POq
marketplace.org Retail brands that have filed for bankruptcy include Men’s Wearhouse, Lord & Taylor, Neiman Marcus, J. Crew, Brooks Brothers and Ann Taylor.
Fox Business looks at finding your ideal retirement age. More @ https://fxn.ws/2OJlBwn
foxbusiness.com Whether you can't wait to eliminate work stress from your life or you never want to leave your post at the office, it's important to look past your job satisfaction when determining a time for your retirement.
Many retirees find satisfaction in self-employment. MarketWatch examines the phenomenon @ https://on.mktw.net/3fczFtD
marketwatch.com If you’re thinking it’s for the money, you might be mistaken.
Fox Business reports that Social Security faces a 24% benefit cut by 2035. More @ https://fxn.ws/3fhQ3c4
foxbusiness.com It's been reported that Social Security won't bring in enough money to sustain its current payout level. What would this actually look like for the typical retired worker?
MarketWatch examines those rethinking retirement in the wake of the pandemic. More @ https://on.mktw.net/38U6Osd
marketwatch.com The coronavirus has the potential to upend many Americans' retirement plans
Here's a great resource on COVID-19 and the data around it. The media spins the hype so I hope this helps keep things in perspective!
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NPR asks, with a coin shortage going on, should America move on from the penny? More @ https://n.pr/3gTCrVi
npr.org As America experiences a coin shortage, Planet Money takes a look at the value of the penny.
Yahoo! Finance looks at banks closing credit cards and limiting credit amid the pandemic. More @ https://yhoo.it/306owpk
finance.yahoo.com One in 4 Americans with credit cards said they had an account involuntarily shut down from mid-May to mid-July, while 1 in 3 said their credit limit was reduced, according to a new report from CompareCards.com.
Fox Business reports that 1.4 million people filed for unemployment in the United States last week. More @ https://fxn.ws/2ZRa98u
foxbusiness.com It marks the 18th week in a row that initial claims came in above 1 million.
America’s elite colleges are planning for mostly remote classrooms this fall. MarketWatch has more @ https://on.mktw.net/38Cr6Gd
marketwatch.com As fall grows closer and the coronavirus pandemic shows little sign of abating, a slew of prominent colleges are announcing they’ll be offering classes...
CNBC asks how those who’ve come out of debt use their credit card. Could you stay at zero? More @ https://cnb.cx/2yBItZQ
cnbc.com It can be scary to use a credit card again after paying off a lot of debt. CNBC Select offers a simple trick to keep your balance at $0 while using your card for everyday purchases.
What is a high-yield savings account? CNBC answers your questions @ https://cnb.cx/3hSwWaR
cnbc.com High-yield savings accounts earn you a much better return on your money than a traditional savings account. CNBC Select defines what they are and how they work.
U.S. News & World Report examines estimating costs for insuring your car. More @ https://bit.ly/2VORtUT
cars.usnews.com The best way to get an accurate auto insurance estimate is to cross-shop multiple insurers for the same coverage. We’ll discuss each of these factors in the next section.
MarketWatch takes a by-the-numbers look at 100 days of the COVID-19 pandemic. More @ https://on.mktw.net/2ANC1R6
marketwatch.com Since the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus a pandemic, 2.16 million Americans have been diagnosed with COVID-19 and more than 117,000 have...
CNBC covers states rethinking reopening for business as COVID-19 cases climb. More @ https://cnb.cx/2Bp9uSf
cnbc.com The number of new Covid-19 cases per day in the U.S. jumped 42% over the past week to an average of about 38,200 on Sunday, based on a seven-day moving average.
Dexamethasone, a known steroid, emerges as an effective COVID-19 fighter. CNBC has more @ https://cnb.cx/2Y7ztGd
cnbc.com Dexamethasone, a cheap and widely used steroid, has become the first drug shown to be able to save lives among Covid-19 patients in what scientists hailed as a "major breakthrough".
Furloughed or Unemployed?
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CNBC considers how one might start again from square one with damaged credit. More @ https://cnb.cx/2ziVUPb
cnbc.com CNBC Select speaks to debt relief attorney Leslie Tayne, an expert with an 842 credit score, about her advice for conquering your debt.
Happy Birthday to Cindy O'Meara! Hope you enjoyed the Birthday Cake!
CNBC covers what you should know about stimulus debit cards. More @ https://cnb.cx/3cvAHPN
cnbc.com If you haven't received your coronavirus stimulus check yet, it could be arriving in the form of a prepaid debit card. They're arriving in a plain envelope from "Money Network Cardholder Services." Here's what else you need to know.
Join us for an online economic update with First Trust Economist, Andrew Poke. We'll have some great information on what the data is showing and you will have an opportunity to ask any questions that you may have. See you there!
truewealthadvisorsgroup.com Join us with special guest economist from First Trust, Andrew Poke. He will be speaking on the economy, the Coronavirus, and what the data is showing.
CNN Business reports that 2020 will see a record number of retail store closures. More @ https://cnn.it/3hig6SH
cnn.com As many as 25,000 retail stores in the United States are expected to permanently close this year as consumer demand for discretionary items stalls and more people shift to online shopping, according to a firm that tracks the industry.
What should everyone approaching retirement know about Social Security? The Motley Fool takes a look @ https://bit.ly/2xLnDqT
fool.com You don't need to know everything about Social Security, but you should definitely know these six rules.
USA Today examines a question on many minds: should one retire during a recession? More @ https://bit.ly/3btQTkF
usatoday.com I had planned on retiring this October. But with all this stock market crash and recession stuff, I’m not sure I can or should.
The COVID-19 pandemic may cost the world $82 trillion. More from MarketWatch @ https://on.mktw.net/3bGU5Zr
marketwatch.com An economic-depression scenario could cost the world economy $82 trillion in lost output.
U.S. gas prices are the lowest at the pump since 2016. More from CBS News @ https://cbsn.ws/3cQAJ5s
Demand for gasoline has plunged as millions of Americans stopped driving to work, school and stores.
The recession of 2020 officially started on June 8th. Find out what it could mean for your investments.
truewealthadvisorsgroup.com We are officially in a recession. What does that historically mean for your investments? Let us show you.
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