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Why No More Roth Do-Overs Could Prove Costly

As Congress rewrote the nation’s tax laws last year, a few ideas to revamp the rules of retirement investing were floated—and quickly shot down. In …

This 15-Minute Task Could Boost Your Paycheck by $200 a Month. Here's How to Do It

The IRS just unveiled a useful new calculator.<p>December’s tax cut means millions of Americans will owe less money when they file their 2018 tax …

Retirement

32 Hidden Gems On Amazon With Near-Perfect Reviews

There are a lot of amazing products in the world but it still never fails to astound me how flippin’ excited people can get over inanimate objects. …

Extreme frugality allowed me to retire at 32 – and regain control of my life

As I write this, I’m sitting on the back porch of the rural Vermont homestead I share with my husband and our daughter, gazing out on the 66 acres of forest, fruit trees, gardens, ponds, and streams that we feel incredibly lucky to call our own.<p>Just a few years ago, this seemed like an impossible …

Bicycle Commuting

5 Classic Design Rules to Absolutely Never Break

The problem with cutting corners is that 50% of the time it works while the remaining half makes up for all that time and money you saved and then …

Electric passenger jet revolution looms as E-Fan X project takes off

Battery-powered air taxis and bigger hybrid planes poised to change aviation<p>Trains, ships and automobiles have all been swept along in recent years by the electric power revolution – and planes are next.<p>Passenger jets are poised for an electric makeover that could fundamentally change the economics …

Fossil Fuels

What Tax Breaks Can I Get as a First-Time Homebuyer?

In 2008, the U.S. housing market was already cratering as the Great Recession took hold. To try and stop the bleeding, Congress passed a series of …

The 50 Best American Beers

The red, white, and brews.<p>In the last decade, America has transformed into a sudsy wonderland where nearly everyone has a local brewery within 10 miles—and most of them are damn good. But if you're new to this barley-based utopia, it can be difficult to navigate the ever-growing tap lists. So we …

How to Gain Credibility When You Have Little Experience

There’s a meme on the internet, which speaks truth about a dilemma for young people entering the hypercompetitive workforce of 2017. The photo is of two seasoned, older interviewers glaring critically across the table at a young interview candidate with the following words: “We’re looking for …

Leadership

3 scientists just won the Nobel Prize for discovering how body clocks are regulated — here's why that's such a big deal

The thing that makes you a "morning person" or a "night owl" isn't an arbitrary preference or tendency. It's something that's fundamentally part of your biological makeup — and something that we ignore at our own peril.<p>On Monday, Jeffrey Hall, Michael Rosbash, and Michael Young were awarded the …

Storage on Display: 16 Unexpected Items to Incorporate Into Your Decor

In the Kitchen: Cutting Boards<p>Pretty wood or stone cutting boards don't need to be shoved in a cabinet when they're not in use. Instead, display them …

Living Rooms

25 Maps That Will Make You See The World Differently

Where on earth are you the farthest away from all people?

Getting Your Giving Right

Capital Acumen Issue 32<p>Adopting philanthropic best practices can make one's charitable giving both more impactful and more satisfying.<p>BY JAMES MOORE, U.S. Trust<p>Getty Images<p>To give away money is an easy matter and in any man’s power. But to decide to whom to give it and how large and when and for …

17 Skills That Are Hard to Learn but Will Pay Off Forever

#7: Mind your business<p>The best things in life may be free, but that doesn’t mean they won’t take time, sweat, and perseverance to acquire.<p>That’s …

Self-improvement

The Most Beautiful Places in America

They don't call her America the Beautiful for nothing. The U.S. has more national parks than states (plus over 10,000 state parks), as well as plenty …

Remembering Mr. Rogers, a true-life 'helper' when the world still needs one

I was putting my 4-year-old son to bed on Monday night, and scrolling through the news in the dark, finding only more darkness beyond.<p>The horror and …

10 Stops You Can’t Miss on Your I-95 Road Trip

If you want to drive along America’s East Coast, chances are you’ll motor on I-95 for a good portion of it. Beginning in Maine and ending in Florida, …

18 bad habits you should break in 2017 to be more productive

While this is no easy feat, getting more done in less time is a much more attainable goal if you're not sabotaging yourself with bad habits.<p>Below are 18 things you should stop doing right now to become more productive.

Time Management

The runaway who travelled the world

Despite having little money, he’s the second most travelled person on the planet<p>Although he’s ranked the world’s #2 on The Best Traveled website, 62-year-old Barcelona native Jorge Sanchez insists that he is nothing like the other competitive travellers. He comes from a poor background, dropped out …

What can the spread of German propaganda in India during WWII tell us about fake news today?

When cynicism and mistrust run high, manipulative and fake news and rumours gain currency.<p>In recent weeks, many have described fabricated news …

How to Decorate With Color in a Studio Apartment

Studio apartments have a bad reputation. While it's true they're small, they don't have to be bleak. Case in point? This vibrant New York City apartment by online interior design company Laurel & Wolf. Full of color, life, and cheer, this studio defies the negative stereotype. Neutral beige walls …

Tips for Year-End Planning

Wells Fargo Private Bank and Abbot Downing, a Wells Fargo business, provide products and services through Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. and its various …

The Maltese priest and the kidnapped Caravaggio: The amazing true story of the scrappy octogenarian who busted an audacious art heist

<b>EDINBURGH, UNITED KINGDOM - NOVEMBER 12: Staff at The Queen?s Gallery at the Palace of Holyrood view The Calling of Saints Peter and Andrew by Caravaggio on November 12, 2008 in Edinburgh, Scotland.The painting is one of two lost works which were discovered in the Queens collection, it hangs along</b> …

The science behind how WiFi internet connectivity works

Our Telegraph video series, How It Works, breaks down the basics of everyday technology, revealing how the products we use on a daily basis actually work.<p>The video above reveals how WiFi internet connectivity works, connecting to a computer by converting electronic data into digital signals via an …

Someone Compiled Every Formula One Crash This Year Into One Video

Want to relive every on-track incident this year? This compilation video of the 2016 season has it all.<p>Formula One was quite eventful this year. Mercedes continued to dominate the podium, but it was German driver Nico Rosberg who took the title for the first time in his career, ahead of his …

Belgian Grand Prix

25 books by billionaires that will teach you how to run the world

That's why we've rounded up 25 books by self-made billionaires. From the business insights of Bill Gates to the leadership lessons of Richard Branson, the wisdom collected in these pages extends far beyond the classroom.<p>Learn how these masters of industry achieved the impossible, in their own words.

U2 'Dragonlady' pilots spy on ISIS from the edge of space

<b>In the Middle East (CNN) —</b> Getting dressed for a combat mission in a U2 "Dragonlady" reconnaissance plane looks almost like the preparations for a space flight, the pilot in a yellow compression suit wearing a massive white helmet.<p>The suits need to be cooled the entire time, otherwise the pilots …

The Joy of Six: F1's strangest racing cars | Simon Burnton

<b>1) 1968-69 Repco Brabham BT26</b><p>In May 1969 Jochen Rindt wrote a letter to his team owner, Colin Chapman, about the Lotus he was driving that season, with which he was some way from chuffed. “I can only drive a car in which I have some confidence,” he wrote, “and I feel the point of no confidence is …

Motor Racing