Dear Rusty: Should I take Social Security at 65? My date of birth is August 1953, and I just signed up for both Social Security and Medicare. My plan was to start Medicare and Social Security at age 65, but now I’m unsure if I’m doing the right thing. My earnings so far this year are about $…
The company that brought you milk chocolate, Maggi instant noodles and Rocky Road ice cream is worried about your health.
Dear Rusty: I am 63½ and working full time with a salary of $125,000 per year. Given the early collection rules, I believe it would not make any sense to start collecting Social Security now, but tell me if I am wrong. Also, when I reach full retirement age (born in 1955) I plan/hope to stil…
BOSTON — Consumers have seen the most expensive summer at the pump since 2014, with an average of $2.73 per gallon thus far, according to smartphone app GasBuddy.
BLOOMBERG — U.S. stocks eked out a gain to claim a fresh closing record, while Treasury yields climbed as investors assessed the latest developments from the Trump administration’s trade policies.
MOUNT CARMEL — UNB Bank, Mount Carmel, announced Donald B. Campbell has joined the UNB lending team as a business development officer.
One thing about small-business owners: You don’t often see them with their feet up.
Dear Rusty: My husband took an early retirement at age 62, and I will be turning 62 next year. I am having some health issues and I’m thinking about taking an early retirement. Is this a good idea? — Uncertain What To Do
LEWSIBURG — Municipalities and local governments in an 11-county region can receive a technology assessment and action recommendation that includes a free computer from SEDA-Council of Governments (SEDA-COG).
STRONG — David and Lori Campbell, along with their son, Colin, and daughter, Abigail, have opened a new ice cream and gelato business along Route 61 between Kulpmont and Mount Carmel.
WASHINGTON — Facebook, Google and Twitter on Tuesday sought to defend themselves against accusations from Republican lawmakers who say the tech giants censor conservative news and views during a congressional hearing that devolved into a political sniping match.
Hundreds of kids may be distraught over Build-A-Bear’s failed promise, but investors are pretty happy.
Government debt is on track to hit historically high levels and, at at its current growth rate, will by 2028 be nearly equal in size to the U.S. economy, the Congressional Budget Office said Tuesday.
Netflix, which fired its chief spokesman last week for racially insensitive remarks, is overhauling its human-resources effort to build a workforce that looks more like its global customers: less male, more Latino and more black.
SHAMOKIN — Woody’s Pizzeria, a new business located at the corner of Ninth and Independence streets, will be offering its customers Old Forge-style pizza according to co-owner Jay Wright.
COAL TOWNSHIP — A new convenience store is open for business along Trevorton Road.
LEWISBURG — SEDA-Council of Governments (SEDA-COG) recently appointed Teri MacBride, of Lewisburg, to the SEDA-COG Natural Gas Cooperative’s board of directors. She will represent SEDA-COG and its 11 member counties to facilitate development of new natural gas projects.
LEWISBURG — Staff and guests got a sneak preview of the new home of SUN Orthopaedics of Evangelical Thursday.
SUNBURY — Brewers’ Outlet, 231 Reagan St., is celebrating its 50th anniversary of being the “area’s beverage supermarket,” and owner Cory Fasold is throwing a party Friday.
WASHINGTON — Mexico said it would impose import duties on $3 billion worth of U.S. products, including cheese, bourbon, pork and others, making good on its threats that it would retailiate for U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminum.
BRUSSELS — Europe implemented a sweeping overhaul of digital privacy laws on Friday that has reshaped how technology companies handle customer data, creating a de-facto global standard that gives Americans new protections and the nation’s technology companies new headaches.
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