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Put your travel bucket list on turbo

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Waiting until you are retired to travel to all your bucket list destinations? You might want to step on it.  Full Article 

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Family Finances

Gadgets keep Fido and Fluffy safe and well-fed

While not everyone will shell out $169 for a gadget that lets you take candid photos of your four-legged friends and say hello via high-quality audio, pet parents love to buy stuff for Fido and Fluffy.   Full Article 

The day's closing numbers are shown on a board above the floor of the New York Stock Exchange shortly before the closing bell in New York August 26, 2015.  REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

Republicans say no thanks for retirement plan

Any day now, the Senate is expected to approve a resolution - already passed by the House - that throws a roadblock in front of states preparing to offer government-sponsored, low-cost retirement saving plans to people who do not have them at work.  Full Article 

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Taxes

Taxpayers slow to file returns this year

Tax season in the United States is off to a slow start. The number of people filing their taxes with the Internal Revenue Service is running well below last year.   Full Article 

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Saving for College

Big ideas to make it easier to save for college

Surveys regularly find that Americans have no idea what a 529 college savings plan is, so a little tinkering under the hood is definitely needed.  Full Article 

A woman walks out of the ocean following a swim past sunset at Moon Light Beach in Encinitas, California October 28, 2014.    REUTERS/Mike Blake

The best place to retire? You get to pick

Reuters has teamed up with Zillow to give you the power to customize a list of your best places to retire. Learn how to use our interactive tool to help you determine the cities and towns that meet your criteria.   Full Article 

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First Jobs: How to make it to the governor's mansion

NEW YORK The road to the governor's mansion is not always paved with public-service positions. Many state leaders got their starts in much humbler jobs before they even thought about running for office.

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