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Friday, April 13, 2018
Personal Finance News & Tips
Tax cut savings flow to company stockholders, trickle to hourly workers
Stock shareholders are reaping the bigger rewards. Corporations aren't sharing as much of their tax cut windfall with workers as hoped.
Wells Fargo faces $1B fine from federal regulators over mortgage, auto loan abuses
The bank disclosed it is in settlement talks with regulators. Wells Fargo's first-quarter results, reported Friday, could change pending the outcome, it warned, saying the bank 'cannot reasonably estimate our related loss contingency' at this time.
Gasoline prices approach three-year high as oil gets more expensive
Gasoline prices have steadily crept up to a nearly three-year high nationwide, fueled by increasingly expensive oil. Fuel prices averaged $2.68 on Thursday, up 15 cents from a month ago and up 28 cents from a year ago, according to AAA.
Stock market bull Lori Calvasina pulls back on her 2018 forecast for the S&P 500
Lori Calvasina, head of U.S. equity strategy at RBC Capital Markets in New York and one of Wall Street’s most bullish stock strategists, is dialing back her upbeat 2018 outlook.
7 often-missed tax deductions that can help you cut your taxes
The tax overhaul is taking away some tax breaks, but you can still grab them one last time
Pete the Planner: Health is a factor when doing the math on Social Security enrollment
The decision on when to take Social Security should be based on your health, your spouse’s health, income sources and asset levels, says Dunn.
French strikes continue as standoff with Macron deepens
French railway workers resume rolling strikes against President Macron's reform plans for the state-owned railway company SNCF, triggering widespread travel chaos.
These are the 5 Amazon deals you can get before the weekend
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Are you covered? 7 things you may not know about new car warranties
The basic warranty is just one kind of coverage that comes standard on a new car. Here's an overview of new-car warranties and seven things you might not know about them.
Mayochup: A disgusting new condiment or just what you've been waiting for?
Is it disgusting, a rip-off product or just want you need? Those are just some of the social media reactions to a new Heinz condiment called Mayochup.
The Day In Pictures Gallery
Dancers from the Art Tremendo dance company perform in front of the Ludwigslust Castle on April 13, 2018 in Ludwigslust, Germany during an event to promote the "Small Festival in a Big Park."
Teen with full ride to 20 colleges requests public apology from Fox affiliate in order to air interview
New Orleans celebrates 300 years of survival from storms, floods, revolts and newcomers
Powerhouse storm could unleash heavy snow, tornadoes and wild temperature swings
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