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Investing for 100-year-olds. [Monevator] — “If young people realize they might live past 100 and be in good shape to 90 or 95, it might make more sense to mix education, work and child-rearing across more years of life instead of devoting the first two decades exclusively to education, the next three or four decades to career and parenting, and the last four solely to leisure.” (Submitted by J. Money.)
Capitalism and the Environment: Are They Good or Bad for Each Other? [The Impact Investor] — “The impact of capitalism on the environment is not a new concern. It can be changed back to the foundation of capitalism in various ways. The fundamental function of capitalism is the competitive exchange of products or services to create a profit.” (Submitted by Tarsha.)
The Changing Landscape Of High-Yield Savings Accounts. [Financial Panther] — “If you have money in a savings account that’s still paying nothing, you absolutely need to move it. With rates where they are now, it’s an insult that some big banks are still paying nothing for their savings accounts.” (Submitted by J. Money.)