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Welcome to NerdWallet’s Smart Money podcast, where we answer your real-world money questions.This week’s episode is part of our new series called “This or That,” where the NerdWallet travel team compares different ways to travel.Check out this episode on any of these platforms:Apple PodcastsSpotifyOur takeThe travel Nerds have all sorts of opinions on when to...

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Slightly more than half of retirees (53%) reported strong satisfaction with their life in retirement, according to the Employee Benefit Research Institute’s 2022 Spending in Retirement Survey.“I firmly believe that one of the ways to be content in retirement or semi-retirement is to stay active and engaged with the world,” says Paul Dillon, a 78-year-old...

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PHOENIX — The Miami Dolphins have been on a strong run of reeling in top-tier veteran talent over the past two offseasons. In trades for star wide receiver Tyreek Hill and cornerback Jalen Ramsey, each indicated Miami was where they wanted to go among teams that could build the framework for a deal. They and edge rusher Bradley Chubb, acquired at last season’s trade deadline, all signed up for ...

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Q: I was approved for a home loan, found a home and was ready to buy it. My son was one year into his army career, but didn’t have great credit. He heard about a plan for first-time homebuyers and applied for a loan in his name. He closed on the home I was going to buy.

The latest attempt to help pickleball find a footing on television is coming this weekend when Andy Roddick, John McEnroe, Andre Agassi and Michael Chang take part in a made-for-TV exhibition in Hollywood, Florida. The Pickleball Slam will involve that quartet of International Tennis Hall of Fame inductees playing singles and doubles against each other with a total purse of $1 million. ESPN will air the event Sunday before its coverage of the March Madness women's championship game. Roddick says it seems as if everyone who plays pickleball likes it, but it is still unclear whether that will translate into success on TV.

Nearly a century has elapsed since one of the greatest disasters in Smyth County history occurred. With the loss of first-person accounts, the preservation of oral histories about the tragedy is critical to record its impact. Those charged with preserving that history want to compile the remembrances into a book, but they need the community’s help.

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