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KNOW | TWELVE,SEPTEMBER 2017

Teens favoring Snapchat and Instagram over Facebook. 

Research firm eMarketer reports that Facebook is losing appeal among teens and young adults and growth is slowing as those demographic groups switch to using alternative social apps Snapchat and Instagram.  

Both Snapchat and Instagram are enjoying double-digit growth in the younger demographic, thought to be partially due to younger users favoring more visual communications platforms.  This is the second consecutive year of decline in usage for Facebook among this demographic group. 

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Small Businesses Hope Obama-Backed Rules Will Go Away

KNOW | TWELVE, FEBRUARY 2017 

Here’s what Trump's executive order really means for Obamacare.

In one of his first official actions, President Trump signed an executive order on January 27th that directed federal agencies to use their authority to relieve individual Americans, businesses, state governments and others from “burdens” placed on them by the Affordable Care Act.  
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Apple to Repair iphone 6 Plus Devices

KNOW | TWELVE, DECEMBER 2016 

A Quick Guide to Rising Obamacare Rates.

The Obama administration recently released the prices for many Obamacare health plans, showing big increases in many parts of the country. The health law will almost certainly stay on the minds of politicians in the next administration: President-elect Trump has proposed substantial changes to it. Here’s a quick guide to what’s happening and who will be affected. If you’re in a hurry, you can just read the sentences in bold. 

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Working Remotely Can Be More Productive

KNOW | TWELVE, OCTOBER 2016

Retirement Shocker: $260,000 in Health Care Expenses Per Couple. 

Here's a figure that may make you sick if you are planning to retire soon and haven't looked at what your health care costs are going to be. If you are 65 and retiring this year, you will need about $130,000 during retirement to cover your health care expenses. For a couple, the total is about $260,000, according to an estimate reported by Fidelity Investments. According to the U.S. Government Accountability Office, about half of people close to retirement have no retirement savings. Among those who have savings and are within 10 years of retirement age, half have accumulated no more than $104,000 in savings. Another 15 percent of near-retirees have $500,000 saved. If you are among them, you might be gasping now: Clearly $500,000 looks puny when you assume that you will have to use $260,000 of it to pay for insurance for doctors and hospitals, and extras like dentists, glasses and medicine. 

 

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