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  2. Contrary to perception, Ripple and XRP are two different and totally independent entities. A separation between XRP and Ripple is set to come into effect, a move that will allow both retail ...

  3. How Much Does a Financial Advisor Cost?

    SmartAsset via Yahoo FinanceAug 01 17:52 PM

    Generally, financial advisors charge a flat fee of $1,500 to $2,500 for the one-time creation of a full financial plan, or 1% to 2% of assets under management for ongoing portfolio management.

  4. I Was Financially Independent by My 30s — This Is My Story

    GoBankingRates via Yahoo FinanceJul 30 9:03 AM

    Next, I planned a gap year after college — with half a dozen side hustles and a double degree, it seemed deserved. I graduated college with $25,000 in savings, and instead of spending it, I ...

  5. CBS CEO Les Moonves’s future is in doubt after a bombshell New Yorker piece presented detailed allegations of his sexual misconduct against actor Illeana Douglas, screenwriter Janet Jones and ...

  6. 4 Things You Can Do to Be Recession-Ready

    Motley Fool via Yahoo FinanceAug 04 18:33 PM

    Though there's no telling when our next recession will hit, in a study released last month by the Nationwide Retirement Institute, most older Americans said they expect one in five years or ...

  7. The grow op’s certificate of occupancy from the city stated the intent for a greenhouse at the site, and the operation holds a temporary Class C license under Michigan’s Medical Marihuana Facilities ...

  8. Sean, who asked to remain anonymous, is well on his way to early retirement: By age 25, his net worth hit six figures , and today, at 28, he has more than $250,000 in the bank. When he first ...

  9. Ready to Retire? 3 Ways You Might Benefit From Working 1 Extra Year

    Motley Fool via Yahoo FinanceAug 06 10:04 AM

    Your Social Security benefits are calculated based on how much you earn during your top 35 working years. Doing so will increase your monthly payments to $1,620, leaving you with an additional ...

  10. More Credit Card Benefits Are Being Rolled Back

    Consumer Reports via Yahoo FinanceAug 07 10:00 AM

    Consumer Reports has no financial relationship with advertisers on this site. Now, though, some card issuers are scaling back or dropping these benefits altogether. Last week, Citibank made a number of its credit card benefits less generous.

  11. It is now my pleasure to introduce your host, Stefanie Layton, director of investor relations. Note that the slides contain reconciliations of certain non-GAAP financial information.

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