I am 100% sure that this blog has been SHADOW BANNED (look it up). So sign up or subscribe in order to keep yourself in the loop.
Google / YouTube and FB should be ashamed of hindering, curbing or downright stopping good people from making an honest income online and providing for their families, just because their narrative goes against Googles political ideologies or leftist views.
By doing so, you are robbing your patrons and your country to flourish and shine in the world.
How? Unemployed online Creators and Marketers pay no taxes and kill any motivation to even try. Thereby increasing their dependence on the already frail welfare state for survival.
Example: This blog which is suppressed for its content has never grown past a couple of hundred views a day in a couple of years, while its identical copy page on Facebook gets 30000 views each month.
SHAME ON YOU Google.
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Update: I wanted to let you know that big changes are coming to Google Chrome in July 2018, that could have a negative impact on your marketing efforts. The browser will begin blocking all urls that do not use an SSL security certificate, and instead show users a warning message.
Any links that you are currently using, will need to have that ‘S’ added after the http (https://).
Simply add this ‘S’ to your links now, to make sure you are not affected by this Google Chrome update. Or use a different browser.

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Friday, August 4, 2017

Retire with Money


August 04, 2017
One surprising bit of news on the planning front: When it comes to saving for retirement, millennials have Gen Xers and baby boomers beat. Some 82% of millennials eligible to participate in a workplace 401(k) plan are investing in it, versus 77% of Gen Xers and 75% of baby boomers, according to a recent study conducted by Bank of America Merrill Lynch. But it's not because younger workers are better at resisting temptations (like that most millennial of indulgences, avocado toast). It's simply because they're more likely to have been auto-enrolled in their employer's plan, and research shows the vast majority of those who are auto-enrolled stick with it. There's a good lesson here for everyone else: Put your savings on autopilot. And if you're 50 or older, take advantage of the annual catch-up contributions that the IRS allows and sock away up to an extra $6,000 in your 401(k) and $1,000 in your IRA.
Best wishes,
Elizabeth
Elizabeth O'Brien is a senior writer at MONEY, covering retirement and health care. You can email her at elizabeth.o'brien@moneymail.com and follow her on Twitter at @elizobrien.

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