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The company is launching a new version of its credit card reader so its merchants can accept EMV chip cards.
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A survey by T. Rowe Price suggests that 65-year-olds are retired and living on less, but liking it.
The new Social Security status report shows now is the time to fix the shortfall.
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A Republican bill makes what supporters say are improvements to the popular $1,000 child tax credit. Most Democrats, however, disagree with the ‘improved’ moniker.
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