• Real Estate Titan Larry Silverstein On The Opening Of 3 World Trade

    5 monthes ago - By Forbes

    This month, nearly 17 years after the 9/11 attacks and 10-years after breaking ground, Silverstein Properties opened the fourth of five office towers planned for the World Trade Center site.
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  • 3 ways to recover from a late start on retirement planning

    5 monthes ago - By CNN Money

    Even if you have nothing in your 50s, you still have enough time to significantly improve your retirement prospects, if you're willing to start taking serious steps now.
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  • This chart should convince every teen to start saving for retirement

    This chart should convince every teen to start saving for retirement

    5 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    The money you contribute to Roth IRA grows tax free.
    That makes it a great option for young people whose earnings are taxed very little now.
    If you start saving in a Roth IRA at age 15 rather than 25, you can double your savings by retirement with no extra work.
    If you remember your first summer job , you may also recall how you liked to spend your paycheck. A shopping spree, beach trip, or new gadget, perhaps?
    But if you'd put that hard-earned cash into a retirement account instead and let it gather interest through the years, you'd be high-fiving your 15-year-old self all the way to the...
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  • A 27-year-old saved over $80,000 in 3 years while living in a major city - and now he's on a 'mini-retirement' traveling the world

    A 27-year-old saved over $80,000 in 3 years while living in a major city - and now he's on a 'mini-retirement' traveling the world

    5 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Instead of an early retirement , Kyle Stimpson opted for a mini-retirement , taking time off work to travel for at least six months.
    To fund his mini-retirement, he saved 30% to 40% of his income for three years, socking away over $80,000 while living in Sydney, Australia.
    Stimpson saved money by renting a modest apartment, cooking most meals at home, and spending little on shopping and entertainment.
    For Kyle Stimpson and his partner Lauren, opting for a mini-retirement over an early retirement was a no-brainer.
    "It has never made sense to me to work your whole life and save all of the...
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