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1. Upgrade: ‘It is an act of insanity to stay in the U.S.’: Why this 63-year-old teacher ditched Massachusetts to retire in the highlands of Panama20:05[−]
You can live on about $2,000 a month, experts says, and Panama has a generous ‘pensionado program.’ But there are drawbacks.

2. Mutual Funds Weekly: Mutual Funds Weekly: Millennials’ grim retirement future19:58[−]
Stories connecting with MarketWatch readers this past week.

3. The No. 1 job in America with the ‘best career opportunities’ pays $112,000 a year — and it’s not in tech19:45[−]
Here’s one thing to get you out of bed in the morning: a meaningful job with a high possibility of advancement.

4. A Danish bank is offering mortgages with negative interest rates — why you shouldn’t wish for that to happen in the U.S.19:44[−]
When a mortgage rate is negative, a borrower must still make monthly payments, but they pay back less than what they owe .

5. Mortgage rates fall again as the peak home-buying season begins to draw to a close19:43[−]
Rates are approaching the lowest level in three years, but are they stimulating Americans’ interest in buying homes?

6. This is exactly how much a payroll-tax cut would help the average American19:38[−]
A simulation by the Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center explored tax measures that could help mitigate the effects of a recession.

7. The Moneyist: A letter from a reader on the poverty line: ‘I know what it means to go hungry for five days until you get your next paycheck’19:38[−]
This woman asked the Moneyist for advice on how to invest a $150,000 inheritance: ‘This money has been a life changer for me’

8. Black and Latina women are losing out on $1 million because of the gender pay gap19:29[−]
Black women are the only demographic whose earnings actually fell between 2017 and 2018.

9. How one woman persuaded the government to forgive $63,000 in student-loan debt she incurred 15 years ago19:29[−]
‘I’m just overjoyed because I believe this allows me to have a life again, rather than having to work a lot longer,’ said Christine Gold, a 62-year-old secretary in Cottonwood, Ariz.

10. This man paid off $10,000 in credit-card debt after having a revelation (at the Gap)19:28[−]
‘As I bought things, I started feeling good about myself.’

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