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  1. Price swings for bitcoin, ethereum and other cryptocurrencies highlight the asset's characteristic volatility. Investors can use it to their benefit.
  2. As Democrats get closer to raising taxes, financial advisors and their well-off clients are taking steps now to avoid some of those steeper levies later.
  3. There are few indicators that withdrawing federal unemployment benefits has caused a rush back to the job market, according to labor economists.
  4. Millions of student loan borrowers are on edge, left questioning if they'll be paying back their loans for years more or have them soon erased.
  5. Finding contentment in retirement is more than just saving the right amount of money.
  6. About 8 million people collect monthly checks for the aged, blind and disabled. But those benefits haven't been updated in years. Congress could change that.
  7. As the calendar winds down, consider these year-end moves to lower your tax bill, regardless of what happens in Congress.
  8. The wealthiest Americans pay a relatively low tax rate due to a preferential treatment of their investment income, according to a report published Thursday.
  9. A recent study shows that the enhanced child tax credit supports parents going to work, and even running or starting their own businesses.
  10. Recent research examined rolling 10-year returns on $1 million and compared results between an immediate lump-sum investment and dollar-cost averaging.

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