During our working years, few of us need any convincing to take a vacation. In retirement, however, it’s not always clear that a vacation makes sense. That should change.
Judging only by the stock market of the past few days, you’d think we were heading right into a repeat of the financial crisis from 2008 and 2009. The losses are brutal, but there’s a key difference between now and then: The economy is a lot more solid.
Now isn’t the time to start padding your mattress with dollar bills, experts say. Rather, it might be time to turn off the TV, get off Twitter and wrap yourself up in a cozy blanket of facts.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average opened with a historic 1,000-point drop, its biggest intraday move in history. The index then swung wildly from modest to massive losses throughout the session before closing down 3.6% or 584 points.
After a hacking group made 36 million email records from infidelity matchmaking website Ashley Madison public, some federal agencies are investigating whether employees breached policy in using the service.
The State Department does not appear to have submitted legally required information regarding Hillary Clinton’s secret computer server to the Department of Homeland Security during her term as secretary.
When it comes to saving for retirement, most American workers are not only falling short, they don’t even know how behind they are.
This Tuesday, you can get in for free to any park run by the National Park Service in celebration of their 99th birthday.