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STEM Careers Take a Toll On New Parents

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7 Steps to Handling Hefty Hospital Bills

It’s no secret that medical bills often contribute to personal bankruptcies declared in America. What you might not know is that many of those who file for that reason actually have health insurance. According to the news release announcing the results of a 2016 Kaiser Family Foundation/New York Times survey, …

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What parents should know before sharing about your kids online

A child’s online footprint can begin before they are even born — starting when parents upload sonograms to social media. When kids are old enough to realize this, parents may encounter a broad range of reactions. “It was everywhere from completely freaking out about everything their parents posted, being really …

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Troubled loan backing Lever House sees $68M in losses

The debt on the iconic Lever House at 390 Park Avenue has sold at a $68 million loss. An entity tied to Ramsfield Hospitality Finance paid $12.8 million for the commercial-mortgage backed securities loan on the property, the New York Post reported. The debt, which originally carried a balance of …

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How Wealthy Parents Can Raise Responsible, Grounded Kids

One of the most important questions almost all high net-worth families have is how to raise responsible, grounded children. Money can stunt children’s sense of perspective, independence, and life direction, causing both entitlements about—and dependence upon—family wealth. It can also impede them in developing the emotional skills needed to live …

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