Five years later, people feel more prepared for retirement and are making bigger contributions to their 401Ks. Most have less debt, too.
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A second chance is possible after just a few years, if you play your cards right.
Younger people who drive technology trends think voice mail takes too long to get to the point, and favor text messages or email instead. Phone companies notice.
Is the company making a smartphone? A recent hire suggests it might be.
While the case isn’t getting as much attention as gay marriage, the financial impact could be measured in billions.
In some countries, taxes are virtually automatic: No need to hire anybody or spend hours with forms and receipts. But not here, and the company behind TurboTax is spending millions to keep it that way.
Despite a government warning that hotels may be breaking the law by hiding fees, many are still tacking on $30-a-night extra charges.