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Why We Should Expand–Not Cut–Social Security • Social Security is a big piece of most Americans’ retirement. The program, however, is running out of money and conservative politicians, including those in the new Republican-majority House of Representatives, want to cut it. In this essay, adapted from his new book RETIREMENT REBOOT: COMMONSENSE FINANCIAL STRATEGIES FOR GETTING BACK ON TRACK (Agate Publishing, January), veteran financial journalist Mark Miller argues that fixing and beefing up Social Security is affordable, practical and necessary.
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Global Coffee Shops About More Than Just Beans • Coffee shops offer more than just “a cup of joe.” They’re gathering places where friends, family and colleagues meet to pass time, relax, take in the scenery and get work done and are commonly referred to as a “third place,” our home away from home. The shops on this list are extraordinary. They meld original atmosphere with coffee offerings and a hit of something special—whether it’s courses and workshops for customers, a step back in time or a unique treat. —