Conventional wisdom states that retirees need 70% of the annual income that they earned during their working years. Interest.com put this theory to the test and found that senior citizens in 48 of the 50 states (plus the District of Columbia) are falling short. Seniors in Massachusetts face the largest income gap in the country; as a group, they are only replacing 45% of younger adults’ incomes.
Another one of those letters offering free round trip airline tickets, that looks like it's from an airline, is circulating around KELOLAND again.
The South Dakota Retirement System's assets have grown to an all-time high after earning 19.8 percent on investments through the first 11 months of the financial year.
ATS Cares, the philanthropic arm of Adams Thermal Systems in Canton, has pledged $100,000 to the Make Waves Campaign for the Canton Aquatic Center.
Young Broadcasting, owner of KELOLAND-TV, has decided to merge operations with the broadcasting group Media General.
The recall involves the 2013 Ford Fusion, Flex, Explorer, Taurus, Interceptor Sedan and Interceptor Utility, as well as the 2013 Lincoln MKZ, MKS and MKT.
NEW YORK (AP) - Stocks have ended the day sharply lower but still managed to end the month higher. After moving between small losses and gains for most of the day, stocks began to slide in the afternoon and the sell-off accelerated in the final hour. The Dow Jones industrial average ended the day with its biggest loss in nearly six weeks, falling more than 209 points. The S&Ps 500 was off 24 and the Nasdaq down 35.
NEW YORK (AP) - Stocks are on track to close out the month with a strong gain, even though they're down today. The Dow Jones industrial average is on track to advance for the sixth month in a row and the S&P 500 index is set to gain for a seventh straight month, its longest winning streak since 2009.
NEW YORK (AP) - Stocks are higher after a pair of lackluster economic reports eased concern that the Federal Reserve will pull back on its economic stimulus. The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits rose and an initial estimate of first-quarter economic growth was revised slightly lower. That suggests the U.S. economy may still need some time to recover and that the Fed will keep up its $85 billion in monthly bond purchases.
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