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El Tesoro Tequila Introduces A New Limited-Edition Series

CHICAGO — El Tesoro de Don Felipe Tequila and Master Distiller Carlos Camarena are proud to introduce the “Mundial” Limited Edition Series, a new venture in premium innovation and experimentation for the award-winning Tequila producer from La Alteña Distillery in Jalisco, Mexico. “Mundial” expressions will see one-of-a-kind single barrels of El Tesoro tequilas finished in…

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LLCU awarded the Dora Maxwell Social Responsibility Community Service Award by CUNA at the ICUl annual meeting

Decatur— Land of Lincoln Credit Union (LLCU) was awarded the “Dora Maxwell Social Responsibility Community Service Award” given by CUNA (Credit Union National Association). The award honors the work of credit unions that strengthens local organizations and materially improves the lives of nonmembers through community outreach, outside of personal finance education. LLCU was nominated and…

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What happens to your crypto if you die?

nerdWallet SARA RATHNER NerdWallet If you’re merely dipping your toe in cryptocurrency, it can be hard to imagine your crypto as something worth talking to an estate attorney about. But that $100 in fun money could grow to a significant percentage of your total investments, sometimes overnight. Sorry to be a downer, but YOLO —…

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Financial tips for new veterans

Keri Austwick On Veterans Day, we honor the men and women who have served in our armed forces. If you’ve recently separated or retired from the military, or you will be leaving soon, you can be proud of the service you’ve provided to your country. But once you’re a veteran, away from the structure and…

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When a will won’t work

LIZ WESTON NerdWallet A will allows you to distribute your worldly goods, select a guardian for minor children and name an executor to carry out your wishes. But you should be aware of what a will can’t or shouldn’t do. This is particularly true if you’re drafting your own document without an attorney’s help, since…

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Robots hit the streets as demand for food delivery grows

DEE-ANN DURBIN AP Business Writer ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Robot food delivery is no longer the stuff of science fiction. But you may not see it in your neighborhood anytime soon. Hundreds of little robots __ knee-high and able to hold around four large pizzas __ are now navigating college campuses and even some…

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Fossil fuel divestment gains momentum in philanthropy

HALELUYA HADERO AP Business Writer A movement to divest from fossil fuel is gaining support among foundations as activists push for funding to be shifted away from coal, oil and natural gas. The call from activists to the charitable world is simple: Ditch fossil fuels and direct your investments into climate-friendly companies and funds. The…

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An author’s reminder: Philanthropy isn’t defined by money

GLENN GAMBOA AP Business Writer Lucy Bernholz talks about Chex Mix a lot. Bernholz, a senior research scholar at Stanford University’s Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society, doesn’t want people to think of only one type of giving — the headline-grabbing, 10-figure pledges from billionaires and their foundations. Philanthropy, she says, is like the beloved…

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Scary money tasks to tackle now

AMRITA JAYAKUMAR NerdWallet There are some things no one wants to think about until they have to, like caregiving for your parents as they age and figuring out what happens to your finances when you die. But planning for these events now can spare you and your loved ones a lot of hassle later on.…

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Money mistakes could signal dementia

Liz Weston NerdWallet Some of the early signs of dementia are financial: forgetting to pay bills, for example, or having trouble calculating a tip. People who develop dementia also are more likely to miss credit card payments and have subprime credit scores years before they’re diagnosed, according to a study published last year in medical…

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