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How Bill Cosby Exploited Respectability Politics in Order to Terrorize Women...
The Daily Beast | 2018-04-27 UTC

Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast Three years ago, 35 women who have accused Bill Cosby of sexual assault appeared on the cover of New York magazine . It had been decades longer for many of the women who came forward to say they were drugged and raped

401k Vesting Schedules: 4 Critical Things To Know...
Fox Business | 2018-04-27 UTC

This article was originally published on ETFTrends.com.

Paroled Nevada rapist gets 22 years for child pornography...
KRXI [ FOX Reno ] 2018-04-27 UTC

A Nevada man who spent more than 30 years in prison for rape and kidnapping has been sentenced to 22 years on child pornography charges.Federal prosecutors say 59-year-old Ira Weirich Jr. posed online as a teenage boy and persuaded more than a dozen girls

Diversify Into Real Estate With Your IRA Or 401(k)...
Forbes | 2018-04-27 UTC

Alternative investments are a great way to diversify your investments while earning higher returns and having some fun in real estate investing.

The 1 Type of Stock I'll Never Put in an IRA Again...
Fox Business | 2018-04-27 UTC

Don't get the worst of both worlds by putting these stocks in the wrong account.

The 1 Type of Stock I'll Never Put in an IRA Again...
Fool.com | 2018-04-27 UTC

Don't get the worst of both worlds by putting these stocks in the wrong account.

Planning for retirement in turbulent times...
Washington Times | 2018-04-27 UTC

If you don't want to be broke, bored or just not able to retire, it's best to start planning right now. For most folks that begins with establishing an IRA or similar account where they work, because benefits defined pensions are disappearing and

Paroled Nevada rapist gets 22 years for child pornography...
Washington Times | 2018-04-27 UTC

RENO, Nev. (AP) - A Nevada man who spent more than 30 years in prison for rape and kidnapping has been sentenced to 22 years on child pornography charges. Federal prosecutors say 59-year-old Ira Weirich Jr. posed online as a teenage boy and persuaded more

Wells Fargo Might Be In Trouble...Again...
Fortune | 2018-04-26 UTC

This time for its 401k practices.