Frugal Living and Property Investing: How This Palmerston North Couple Retired in Their 30s for More Family Time

Palmerston North, New Zealand – Retiring early is a dream for many, but it’s a reality for one couple in Palmerston North, New Zealand. Aleisha Rutherford and her husband Liam accomplished what most people don’t achieve until their 60s – retiring in their early 30s. They credit their success to a combination of property investing and frugal living. Rutherford, a former deputy mayor of Palmerston North, shared that the idea of early retirement had caught …

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COVID-19 Hospital Seeks Coverage Under Health Care Endorsement in Property Policy

BOSTON, MA – A recent ruling by the 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has significant implications for hospitals seeking coverage for losses incurred while complying with government decontamination orders during the COVID-19 outbreak. Lawrence General Hospital, a nonprofit community hospital in northeastern Massachusetts, sought coverage under a health care endorsement in its property policy for losses allegedly stemming from the pandemic. The Court’s decision could impact insurers that include communicable disease coverage as a …

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How Do Americans Really Save for Retirement?

Diversifying your retirement portfolio is always good, but do we do it? From August 9-11, 2022, GOBankingRates polled 997 Americans ages 18 and older to determine what they are investing in for retirement. The survey included 16 questions regarding various financial matters, with one, in particular, focusing on the assets in respondents’ retirement accounts. Multiple responses were permitted based on each survey respondent’s portfolio components. The results were filtered using several different criteria, including age …

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