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3 key decisions that could make you richer in retirement

IAs you plan for retirement, you will be faced with a number of important decisions that can be difficult to make. But it is essential that you give them a lot of thought. These three choices, in particular, have the potential to improve your retirement. But if you botch them, …

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Arizona ranks # 5 in the United States for increasing home equity

ATTOM, the curator of the nation’s premier real estate database, today released its third quarter 2021 equity and seabed report, which shows that 39.5% of mortgaged residential properties in the United States were considered equity-rich in the third quarter, meaning that the combined estimated amount of loan balances secured by …

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The 3 defendants convicted of the murder of Ahmaud Arbery

By RUSS BYNUM Associated PressBRUNSWICK, Ga (AP) – The three men charged with the death of Ahmaud Arbery were convicted of murder on Wednesday. The jury delivered its decision after more than 10 hours of deliberation following a trial in which prosecutors argued the defendants provoked a confrontation with Arbery …

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Polk County Sheriff looking for man with 4 felony arrest warrants

While most people look forward to Thanksgiving, the right people in the Polk County Sheriff’s Office would love to chat with Lynnie Chapman before the holidays. There is a homicide investigation going on in fact it is Lynnie Chapman’s dad, currently law enforcement is unsure if Lynnie has anything to …

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De Blasio’s New York should be a warning to Democrats

TDemocrats have plenty of reasons to fear a midterm explosion next year – and Bill de Blasio’s New York City helps explain why. The party’s top-to-bottom defeats in the Virginia poll were not unique. A red wave also swept through Long Island, just east of New York City. There, Republicans …

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Oklahoma Attorney General Joins Lawyer Against Vaccination Mandate For Healthcare Workers

Oklahoma Attorney General John O’Connor and 11 other attorneys general have filed a new lawsuit against the Biden administration’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate for healthcare workers. These GAs come from Alabama, Arizona, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Louisiana, Mississippi, Montana, South Carolina, Utah and West Virginia. “The Biden administration thinks they can just …

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