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Leger Survey: More Education is Required to Increase Awareness of Fintech Adoption in Canada

Leger | Dec 1, 2022 What do Canadians think about fintech in Canada? Do they trust online banks? How much do they know about fintech? And how likely are they to use different financial technologies in the future? We conducted a large-scale online survey to find out. Survey: A total of 1,544 Canadians were surveyed


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Worried about Social Security benefit cuts? How calculators may help gauge how changes may affect you

To get an idea of how much any retirement benefit cuts may affect you, using a reputable Social Security calculator can help.

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Supreme Court likely to rule that Biden student loan plan is illegal, experts say. Here's what that means for borrowers

The fate of Biden administration's student loan forgiveness plan rests with the Supreme Court. That could be bad news for borrowers, legal experts say.

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Worried about Social Security benefit cuts? Calculators can gauge how changes may affect you

To get an idea of how much any retirement benefit cuts may affect you, using a reputable Social Security calculator can help.

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Gen Zers are coming home for the holidays on mom and dad's dime, study says

About half of young adults plan to travel home this holiday season. However, many will rely on their parents to pick up the tab, according to a recent report.

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'You can control your tax-reporting destiny'. 4 key year-end tax moves

While your tax return isn't due until April, several key deadlines are approaching by year-end, experts say. Here's what filers need to know.

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US Subcommittee on Covid Releases Staff Report: How Certain Fintechs Facilitated Fraud in the Paycheck Protection Program

US House Subcommittee on Covid | Release | Dec 1, 2022 Today, the Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis, chaired by Rep. James E. Clyburn, released a staff report detailing the poor performance of many financial technology companies (fintechs) in administering the nation’s largest pandemic relief program, the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)—may have themselves committed


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These 10 cars have the greatest potential lifespan — and 6 are Toyotas

Most of the vehicles on the list by iSeeCars can travel a quarter-million miles or more.

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Top Wall Street analysts bet on these stocks to brace for a sharp downturn

TipRanks analyst ranking service pinpoints Wall Street's best-performing stocks, including CrowdStrike and Analog Devices.

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An uphill battle could await activist Trian as the firm snaps up a stake in Disney

On the same day that Bob Iger returned to Disney, there was also news that Trian Fund Management snapped up a stake in the entertainment giant.

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Men participate less often in 401(k) plans than women, unless they are automatically enrolled

Despite having larger 401(k) account balances overall, men lag behind women when it comes to signing up for their workplace plan, research shows.

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History of Alternative Investments

In today’s times, alternative investments can be considered any financial instrument excluding traditional asset classes like stocks, bonds, or cash-related instruments. There are many types of alternative investments like private equity (PE), venture capital (VC), hedge funds, real estate, commodities, … Continue reading

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35% of millionaires say it's 'going to take a miracle' to be ready for retirement, report finds

Fewer Americans, including millionaires, feel confident about their financial standing.

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'This is a crisis.' Why more workers need access to retirement savings

Dreams of a comfortable retirement may elude Americans due to a lack of adequate savings. The problem may start with not having retirement plans at work.

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