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Does a Big Looming Liability for AT&T Put Its Dividend in Danger?

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Investors were so concerned about the possibility of a big liability for the business that they dumped the stock this month, with AT&T's shares hitting 30-year lows.

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How Rich Are American Households?

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Each quarter they provide details on total financial assets and liabilities for households and nonprofit organizations. The Federal Reserve has tracked household balance sheet data going back to 1952.

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Here's Why I Pay More Than I Need to for Insurance

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Usually, you're only required to buy bodily injury and property damage liability coverage, although some locations impose additional requirements such as personal injury protection or uninsured motorist coverage. Buying more than the minimum amount of protection that my lender or state requires means I pay higher premiums.

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5 Estate Planning Tips for Small Business Owners

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Small business owners need to think about what happens to their business when they pass on and the options that are available to help ensure a seamless transition and minimize tax liability for wealth transfer.

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Why AT&T, Verizon, and Frontier Stocks All Bounced Back on Wednesday

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Frontier, which is smaller, presumably has a lower degree of exposure to lead liability risk. Oppenheimer asserts the total liability is probably only in the $2 billion to $20 billion range -- and points out that the two companies have already taken a combined $30 billion hit to their market capitalizations.

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Here's Americans' Wealth by Generation. How Do You Stack Up?

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Here are the differences by generation when it comes to assets and liabilities. Liabilities by generation Americans have over $18 trillion in total debt. The largest liability across all generations continues to be mortgage loans , making up close to 70% of all liabilities. Trillion $4.99 Trillion $6.96 Trillion $5.62

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2 Top Dividend Stocks I Can't Wait to Buy in September

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billion in the coming years to settle most of its claims, 3M has the cash flow and balance sheet strength to cover this liability. 3M's improving cash flow and much clearer legal liabilities could give the company the confidence to continue increasing its dividend in the future. While it has agreed to pay $18.5 It produced $2.4