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The successor to income inequality is longevity inequality

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What do monkeys in tuxedos and Alice in Wonderland have to do with Behavioral Finance? The answer: everything. Behavioral Finance Expert Daniel Crosby wants you to be “On Your Best Behavior.”

Retirement

The $1 million gender wealth gap

Compounding female wage inequity jeopardizes retirement security

Your Business

A visit to India and the world's largest startup

Telecom Jio, one of the fastest-growing companies ever, has lessons to teach all businesses.

Your Lifestyle

Rise of 'gray' divorce forces a financial reckoning after 50

Many widows and divorcees regret not taking part in long-term financial planning when they were a couple.

Your Portfolio

To invest during a trade war, think local and think small

Small-company stocks are one place to shelter from potential hostilities.

Retirement

Guaranteed income tops boomers' retirement wish list

Those who work with an adviser are most likely to buy an annuity.

Your Portfolio

Wells Fargo Wealth-Management Used Similar Incentives to Those Behind Fake-Account Scandal

U.S. authorities investigating whether unit inappropriately sold clients in-house investments.

Your Lifestyle

BMW pilots auto subscription program

Top-tier service costs $3,700 a month

Your Portfolio

Rally in Puerto Rico bonds has blown investors' minds

Governor revises fiscal plan as others question the rally's staying power

Your Lifestyle

It's almost wedding season, and it could cost you thousands

Members of a wedding party spend an average of $728 for costs including travel, attire and a gift, a survey finds.

Your Portfolio

ETFs may get riskier with planned rule to ease approvals

Regulators are concerned the proposal could aid bad behavior.

Tax and Estate Planning

Why your April 2019 tax bill could catch you off guard

10.2% of New Jersey residents will pay more taxes after tax reform, as will 9.4% of Maryland residents.

Your Lifestyle

'SheWorking' startups trade kegs for nursing rooms

Co-working startups appeal to female professionals who aren't interested in WeWork's craft-beer culture.

Tax and Estate Planning

Billionaires donating to a Goldman charity unmasked by IRS error

The Goldman donor-advised fund is the fastest-growing charity in the U.S.

Retirement

Social Security benefits losing buying power

Low inflation combined with rising Medicare costs threaten the adequacy of seniors' income.

Your Portfolio

GMO's Grantham: No bubble yet, but keep your eyes open

Veteran investor who predicted both the dot-com and housing bubbles is warning about a possible "melt-up" in stocks.

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