5 Ways to Make Sane Investments in a Crazy World

PLUS: How to Get Sued For Age Discrimination
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5 Ways to Make Sane Investments When Everyone Else Is Crazy

When grandmas and Uber drivers are boasting about profiting on Bitcoin and SPACs, don’t get sucked in to the hype. Jonathan Shenkman of Oppenheimer and Co. shares how to make sure your investments are based on reality. Plus: 13 Stocks Warren Buffett Is Selling (And 5 He's Buying)

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How to Get Sued for Age Discrimination

Employers can’t afford to do these seven things, according to attorney Dennis Beaver. And if you are a worker wondering if you have grounds for an age discrimination lawsuit, start taking notes! Plus: 10 Ways to Fail Miserably at Office Politics

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Helping Loved Ones Through the Last Years

Even a financial professional can be caught unprepared when life doesn’t go as planned. Here are five things Nancy Bell of TC Wealth Partners learned with her own parents … and that she wished she had known before it all started. Plus: Practical Financial Tips for the 'Sandwich Generation'

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Does It Make Sense to Buy a House Now?

Yes, mortgage rates are low, but that’s not the only factor to consider, writes Deborah Meyer of WorthyNest. See if you are the type of person who should jump into the housing market now, or whether it would be smarter to wait. Plus: Retired? Good Luck Getting a Mortgage, Even If You’re Wealthy

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5 Ways to Prevent Working Mom Burnout

Practical advice on managing the demands that come from handling a career and a family at the same time … from one working mom, Gina Grippo-Martinez of ALINE Wealth, to all the others out there. Plus: Your Daughter Will Thank You for Teaching Her These 5 Financial Lessons

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