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Missouri mansion combines hunter’s lodge and Parisian design

JOPLIN, Mo. — Marriage is a matter of compromise. It may sound like a schmaltzy turn of phrase, but sayings like this come from a place of truth. The give-and-take of a relationship is important. Usually, this involves agreeing to something your partner wants to do that you’d rather not …

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How online tools can help you manage your money in retirement

By Grant Easterbrook, Next avenue Getty About 20% of the American population is retired, which represents nearly 66 million people. Despite the large retiree market, however, venture capital investments in new tools and services to help “decumulation” have been relatively limited. Decumulation is the phase of life where retirees must …

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How online tools can help you manage your money in retirement

Tools to help you manage your retirement nest egg withdrawal – and why tech is lagging behind this huge opportunity About 20% of the American population is retired, which represents nearly 66 million people. Despite the large retiree market, however, venture capital investments in new tools and services to help …

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Best active adult design of 2021: Texas project offers easy transition to senior life

Frisco, Texas is one of America’s fastest growing cities, but one of its newest senior housing developments aims to maintain the familiarity of a small community. By design, Edgestone’s 188-unit Presidium, a luxury age-restricted working-adult community, blends into its Frisco surroundings, creating a welcoming atmosphere for residents ages 62 and …

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Changes to Rice Village bring more high-end stores

The Rice Village Mall west of Rice University has been a hodgepodge of local small businesses for decades. In recent years, more luxury chains have set up shop. (George Wiebe/Community Impact Newspaper) Established in 1938 as a small collection of niche storefronts and tiny cafes, the Rice Village Mall sits …

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Your guide to Frisco, from shopping and parks to sports and fun

Frisco has been one of the nation’s fastest growing suburbs for decades, frequently landing at the top national lists of “best cities”. We’ve decided to compile all the stories we’ve written about living and working in Frisco into a guide that we’ll update periodically. If you have an idea for …

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How new takeout tools fueled restaurants’ off-premises boom

While off-premises sales had a firm foothold in the restaurant industry before the pandemic, COVID-19 and its related restrictions turned them into a frenetic Zaouli dance with apparent staying power. During the pandemic, restaurant operators increased investments in new tools, systems, procedures, store layouts and service models to turn to-go …

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