- CelebrityYahoo Celebrity
- EntertainmentThe AV Club
In the last spot of last night’s Nick Jonas-hosted Saturday Night Live—the place traditionally of the venerable series’ best and worst sketches—Kate McKinnon unexpectedly stole an adorable, mewling kitten’s milk, and that wasn’t even the best part. A funny approximation of what social interaction is going to look like after more than a year of locked-down, stressed-out isolation and loneliness, the sketch saw McKinnon’s just-sprung bar patron being hit on by Jonas’ smooth talker. And, yes, he’s initially he not looking at her, but a gory painting of a lion eating a guy in the distance, as his player’s game is only slightly askew thanks to not having spoken to a live soul since anyone can remember.
Donald Trump Jr.’s girlfriend set Twitter alight with her declaration at the Conservative Political Action Conference.
- BusinessMotley Fool
Your retirement savings have to last for the rest of your life -- how much you withdraw each year is important.
Now, continuing with the concept of a do-it-yourself estate plan, we’ll focus on how to transfer real property (i.e., your home) primarily to a spouse, without much fuss or trouble. There are three principal kinds of ownership, which vary from state to state: joint tenancy with rights of survivorship, tenancy by the entirety, and community property. Joint tenancy with rights of survivorship (JTWROS) can be used for ownership of not only real estate but also checking, savings, fund and brokerage accounts.