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  2. Why you shouldn’t worry when the stock market tanks your 401k

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    Pulling your money out of stocks wouldn’t exactly kill your 401k, but it would at least put it in a coma. The S&P 500 has averaged a nearly 10 percent annual return over its history.

  3. Five Ways to Find Money (Sometimes Lots!) in Less Than an Hour

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    Five Ways to Find Money (Sometimes Lots!) in Less Than an Hour. State treasurers and other government agencies are currently holding more than $32 billion in unclaimed assets from 117 million ...

  4. Security Deposit Refund: 1 in 4 Renters Don't Get Their Money ...

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    Almost half -- 44 percent -- of renters ages 18 to 24 and 33 percent of men who responded to the survey cited breaking the lease agreement as the reason they didn't get their security deposits ...

  5. Recovery of funds from the Madoff investment scandal - Wikipedia

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    In September 2008, Morgan Chase began withdrawing $250 million of its own money from the Sentry funds operated by the Fairfield Greenwich Group, a Madoff feeder fund. If the bank had terminated Madoff's accounts then, the plaintiffs would not have lost their money.

  6. IRS: $1.3 billion in tax refunds will go to Treasury if ...

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    IRS: $1.3 billion in tax refunds will go to Treasury if unclaimed by May 17. Personal finance expert, Suze Orman joins 'Influencers with Andy Serwer' to share her tips for tax season. Unclaimed ...

  7. Retirement plans in the United States - Wikipedia

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    The Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2001 (EGTRRA) brought significant changes to retirement plans, generally easing restrictions on the ability of the taxpayer to roll money from one type of account to the other, and increasing contributions limits. Most of the changes were designed to phase in over a period of 4 to 10 years.

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