The IRS is giving taxpayers a heads up that next year’s tax refunds could be much different than this year – smaller, in many cases. That’s because of a number of important changes, including the end of federal stimulus payments and changes to some common tax credits.
Before its sudden demise in early November, FTX was one of the biggest cryptocurrency exchanges for those looking to buy and sell digital currency. Many are now left wondering what happened to their money. Bankruptcy proceedings show the company was rife with issues that may have contributed to its downfall.
Dementia Rates Fall 30 Percent, Likely Due to Better Health, Higher Education Levels: Study | McKnights
New research finds the prevalence of dementia in older Americans has fallen substantially in recent years – from 12.2% in 2000 to 8.5% in 2016. Researchers also say gaps in dementia prevalence between men and women, as well as other demographic groups, have narrowed during that time. An increase in the average level of education could be a big reason for the shift.
Fewer women are relying on a spouse for their retirement income, and new research finds that since the passage of Title IX, women who remain single are just as prepared for retirement as married couples. However, disparities such as the pay gap between men and women continue to pose challenges to women’s financial footing.
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