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Boeing Halts Production on the 737 Max

Boeing has halted production on the 737 Max, but promises that this will not involve layoffs or closures. The 737 Max has had an extremely troubled history, starting with two highly publicized plane crashes, and continuing with more issues being steadily uncovered. The quality control issues and potential culture issues of the company may still need to be addressed, and there are quite a few people who lost money on their investment. Early in 2019, the outlook for Boeing was extraordinarily optimistic. Boeing had taken up a few major contracts for the 737 Max, and these contracts had bolstered the ...Continue reading

Credit Scores Are Going Up Across the Board — Here’s Why

Other than what's in your bank account, there's probably no more significant number than that three-digit FICO score when it comes to your financial health, potential and future. And there's good news to report when it comes to credit scores: They're going up. In fact, in the year 2019, credit scores hit a record high average of 703. That's firmly in the "good" range on the FICO score scale, which can nab you a low interest rate when it comes to installment loans like a mortgage or auto loan. A good credit score is also ideal for earning a lower ...Continue reading

What Can You Do With Just An Additional $25 Per Month?

Sometimes it's the smallest things that can make the biggest long-term difference when it comes to paying off installment debt, like car loans, mortgages and student loans. In this case, we're talking about an additional $25 a month. Certainly, if you were posed with the challenge of coming up with another $25 a month to be able to fund a luxury item that you want and/or deserve, then you would make the appropriate adjustments in your budget to make sure you met it. But things are different when it comes to installment loans, for whatever the reason. Maybe it's because ...Continue reading

FedEx Ground Starts Seeing Amazon Shipments Again

Earlier last year, Amazon started pulling back from FedEx shipping, and moving shipping on its own through USPS and UPS. Now, it's starting to bring its FedEx Ground contracts back, which is an interesting move for the industry giant. Why would Amazon make such a surprising reversal? Wasn't this part of Amazon's long-term growth strategy? Let's take a closer look at the facts. Amazon and FedEx "Ban" Removed FedEx lost Amazon's contracts after Amazon determined that FedEx wasn't able to move products with the consistency and quality that it needed. This corresponded with Amazon starting to move products in its ...Continue reading

Vacation Homes Are Booming: Here’s Why

What was once a luxury is becoming normalcy for a certain youthful subset of the population. Recent reports suggest that millennials are purchasing vacation homes before they even purchase their starter homes — a perplexing mystery given the standard millennial antipathy towards homeownership. So, why are vacation homes becoming so popular? The truth is complex, and tells an interesting story about our current economic situation and our modern social needs. The Relationship Between Millennials and Homeownership is Complex It's easy to assume that millennials aren't purchasing homes because they can't afford them, and that's certainly part of the problem. In ...Continue reading

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