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    A new year means changes to Medicare, including updated premiums and deductibles and sometimes big policy moves. In 2023, there’s a little of everything: Some costs have gone down, others have increased, and there are some notable tweaks to how Medicare works.Understanding what’s new can help you get the most from your Medicare benefits. Here...

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      Nearly a quarter of millennials (22%) are living with their parents, and more than half of those living with them (55%) made the move in 2022, according to a December survey from PropertyManagement.com.Many said they’re back home due to high rent, money concerns or job losses — and 9 in 10 say they would move...

      Call of caution on Wall Street. Many major strategists say the recent rally could be over. Morgan Stanley's Mike Wilson says markets will end up pricing a much lower view than the consensus and reverse their gains. Jay Pelosky of TPW Advisory shares his views on "Bloomberg The Open." Follow …

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      A credit card that makes it essentially impossible to overextend yourself, while also helping your credit scores? Sounds a bit like having your cake and eating it, too. And what if, as icing on that slice, that card advertised no credit check, no security deposit, no fees, not even an interest rate? For credit newbies...

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