Newly released changes to the senate tax plan will make your tax cut temporary. Business Insider covers the host of changes made Tuesday night, which affect individuals but not businesses. With a record breaking streak of gains in the global stock markets this year, investors have a lot to be thankful for. Jeffrey Kleintop of Schwab highlights five of them. If you’re planning to retire soon, you may find getting adequate health insurance can be complicated. The retired editor of Kiplinger’s Personal Finance discusses her own experience and offers suggestions on how to acquire the right insurance.

Senate Republicans Released Major Changes To Their Tax Plan That Would Make Your Tax Cut Temporary–  Republican Sen. Orrin Hatch, the chair of the Senate Finance Committee, released a new version of the legislation that, significantly, would sunset individual tax cuts after 2025. That means the new tax proposed tax cuts for Americans would end in 2026, after which the tax brackets would revert to the current levels absent new legislation from Congress. Read more…

5 Reasons Investors Should Give Thanks– Stock market investors have a lot to be thankful for this year. Jeffrey Kleintop at Schwab offers five things global stock market investors can give thanks for this holiday season. Read more…

The Challenges Of Securing Health Coverage In Retirement– Janet Bodnar, retired editor of Kiplinger’s Personal Finance, discusses her experience dealing with Medicare and supplemental insurance and shares a few nuggets of wisdom to smooth the way for future retirees. Read more…

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