In this episode: (1) Retirees are open for business: Intergenerational partnerships for new startups, (2) Realtor.com: federal and state emissions effects on home prices, (3) decoding the cost of college: a post-secondary education module and finding a process that will work for everyone, (4) Amazon is offering select employees healthcare services, (5) debunking misconceptions about blockchain and cryptocurrency; passive managers continue to outperform active managers, (6) the social security cost of living adjustment is expected to be 1.6% – lower than last year, and (7) Eugene Scalia is confirmed as the Secretary of Labor: what’s it all mean, a re-org in the EBSA and a look at the status of SECURE/RESA.

Featuring analysis from Devin Banerjee, CFA, Maurie Backman, Daniel Kline, Oliver Renick, Kevin Kelly, CFA, Rebecca Maxcy, Alessandra Malito, Jacob Passy, Lydia Ramsey, David Levine and Kevin Walsh

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