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Mutual funds are investing vehicles that buy a very wide range of individual securities, like stocks and bonds. Buying one share of a mutual fund instantly diversifies your holdings, and this easy diversification makes them a favorite of both financial advisors and regular investors. Here’s what you need to know to start buying mutual funds. […]

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Exchange traded funds, commonly known as ETFs, are a low-cost way to buy exposure to hundreds or thousands of stocks and bonds, making them a favorite of financial advisors and investors alike. Here’s how to start buying ETFs. 1. Open a Brokerage Account Because you can’t just go to the store to purchase a basket […]

Increasing global temperatures will bring changes to our environment, economy, and society, but one of the most pronounced effects will be the impact on sea level rise.

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A homeowners association (HOA) can be a blessing or a curse to those who belong to one, depending on whether the association is well-run, has reasonable fees and isn’t overly restrictive. If you’ve never lived in—or even heard of–an HOA, here are some things you should know about one of the fastest-growing trends in home […]

Q: There are two of us on the title of a home. We own the home as joint tenants with rights of survivorship. Is it legal for just one of us to add a third person to the title of the home?

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"That Time of Year" by: Garrison Keillor; Arcade Publishing (372 pages, $30) ——— MINNEAPOLIS — Garrison Keillor has been holed up in Manhattan during the pandemic, but he left his heart in the Twin Cities. His first memoir, "That Time of Year: A Minnesota Life," has its fair share of juicy tidbits about the often reclusive author, but he's more passionate about honoring his homeland than ...

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