Allison Schrager

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Wall Street Just Doesn't Get Retirement

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The goal of retirement plans should be providing income to those no longer working, not accumulating wealth for those who still are.

It's A Good Time To Be A Working Woman

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The jobs market has undergone some big changes that favor women, though they could also make women more vulnerable.

Go Ahead And Break Up With Your Realtor

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Like travel agents, real estate agents need to rely less on relationships and offer more value to those willing to pay.

Your Client's 401(k) Will Be Gone Within A Decade

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The intellectual case for getting rid of tax-advantaged retirement plans is strong, and the political case is catching up.

Is TikTok's Financial Advice Any Good? As An Economist, I Say Yes

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Personal finance influencers on TikTok have some sound recommendations about managing your money.

Three Myths About Investing For Retirement

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Most people are probably thinking about retirement all wrong, and they're probably better off than they think.

Markets Don't Know What To Expect Anymore, And That's Good

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A greater diversity of economic forecasts can lead to a richer discussion and help expose previously unseen risks.

Crypto Is Going Mainstream, Which Means It's Over

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With each step Bitcoin takes toward more widespread acceptance, it loses some of what made it appealing in the first place.

The Introverts Have Taken Over The U.S. Economy

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During the pandemic, a lot of Americans had to stay home--and many discovered that they preferred staying in to going out.

The Virtue Economy Is Over

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The DEI and ESG movements are well-intentioned, but executing on the vision has always been a problem.

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