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Election 2020 Could Become the Battle of the Billionaires

It’s about to become billionaire vs. billionaire in the presidential election. In the last week or so, former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg has come out of the gate swinging in the DNC primaries, boasting an impressive 19% popularity and now second only to Bernie Sanders. Bloomberg has stumbled a little over some personal … Continue reading “Election 2020 Could Become the Battle of the Billionaires”

IKEA is Letting its Customers Pay with Their Time

IKEA is experimenting with a new system: Letting customers pay with time. This app-driven prospect measures out how far customers need to drive to the IKEA and then doles it out in the form of discounts. And, if it works, it could change the way that some more distant companies are able to attract customers. … Continue reading “IKEA is Letting its Customers Pay with Their Time”

Buying the Presidency? Mike Bloomberg is Spending $7 Million DAILY

One of the greatest ironies of the Democratic nomination process has been the amount of wealth held by the candidates — most of whom have net worths far above anything their supporters could dream of. Bernie Sanders, who regularly slams other politicians for their own wealth (while not mentioning his own) went after another monied … Continue reading “Buying the Presidency? Mike Bloomberg is Spending $7 Million DAILY”

A New Tax Incentive for Stocks Could be Coming in 2020

To say that America has undergone some significant tax reform in the least several years would be an understatement, and there’s the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 to largely thank for that. And while you weigh common tax season dilemmas like whether to itemize or take the standard deduction this year and continue … Continue reading “A New Tax Incentive for Stocks Could be Coming in 2020”

5 Smart Things You Can do with Your Tax Refund

It’s estimated that more than 110 million Americans, or roughly two-thirds of all taxpayers, received a tax refund from the IRS in 2019, with the average check coming in around $3,000. Now, it should go without saying that your goal when filing your taxes is to come as close to breaking even as possible. If … Continue reading “5 Smart Things You Can do with Your Tax Refund”

Trump Moves to Reduce Student Loan Forgiveness

Trump is making moves to end the Public Service Student Loan Forgiveness Program, an operation that’s run for a little more than a decade and is intended to wipe out debt for some of those who took on student loans. Ultimately, it comes down to whether people feel that funds are better off in educating … Continue reading “Trump Moves to Reduce Student Loan Forgiveness”

How Women Are Thriving in Trump’s Economy

Liberals are always talking about protecting and looking out for the interests of minorities. But when you look at the actual results of their policies, you’d think they were trying to wipe the groups they say they want to protect off the face of the Earth. In nearly all of the major cities of the … Continue reading “How Women Are Thriving in Trump’s Economy”

These Manufacturers are Chasing the Folding Phone

When the idea of the folding phone was first floated, consumers encountered it as a joke — another evolution of the standard smartphone that no one was asking for. Yet, a year later, manufacturers are still chasing the ideal of the folding phone, regardless of how challenging it appears to be to implement. Is this … Continue reading “These Manufacturers are Chasing the Folding Phone”

Inflation Rising at Fastest Clip Since 2018: What You Need to Know

Cha-ching. Cha-ching. Cha-ching. Do you hear that sound? If you listen closely, you can hear the extra money you’re spending on consumer goods. While it’s unlikely that most items ever decrease in price over time, the current rate of inflation that the U.S. economy is experiencing right now is the biggest since 2018. According to … Continue reading “Inflation Rising at Fastest Clip Since 2018: What You Need to Know”

Are You Financially Cheating on Your Partner?

Are you cheating on your spouse? And no, we’re not talking about infidelity, but cheating in terms of finances — as in, not being truthful with your significant other when it comes to money. After all, it’s much more common than you think. In fact, according to a survey from CreditCards.com, nearly half of all … Continue reading “Are You Financially Cheating on Your Partner?”

Why People Keep Trying to Short Tesla to Disastrous Effect

How familiar are you with r/WallstreetBets? If you’re an investor, you should have at least a passing familiarity—it’s a great resource for what not to do. r/WallstreetBets is what happens when you combine an online casino with an investment platform, and they’ve proven themselves particularly enamored with the stock TSLA. First, Some Background: WallstreetBets and … Continue reading “Why People Keep Trying to Short Tesla to Disastrous Effect”

The Trump Economy Blew Through Expectations in January (Again)

So-called experts continue to forecast an economic downturn, but the America First policies implemented by President Donald Trump and the GOP have consistently exceeded expectations. That has been a hard pill to swallow for the fake news media and left-leaning pundits. However, there is no escaping the economic facts. It’s important for everyday Americans to … Continue reading “The Trump Economy Blew Through Expectations in January (Again)”

The Results Are In: These Super Bowl Ads Had the Biggest Impact

If you paid attention to media coverage and spending, you might come to the conclusion that the Super Bowl is just about the ads. And while there was a game on, it’s the ads that are really generating buzz. Here are some of the biggest Super Bowl ads, and what made them so notable. Jeep’s … Continue reading “The Results Are In: These Super Bowl Ads Had the Biggest Impact”

Employers and Your Credit Score and Credit Report: What You Need to Know

We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: When it comes to your financial potential, other than what’s already in your bank account, there’s arguably no greater influencer than your three-digit FICO score. A good credit score will get you approved for loans and credit cards at the lowest available interest rates, while you … Continue reading “Employers and Your Credit Score and Credit Report: What You Need to Know”

Have You Started Your Taxes Yet? Here’s Our Tips for 2020

April 15 is going to be here before you know it, and unless you’re among the few that have already filed their 2019 income taxes, it’s time to start thinking about them now. So, gather up your tax documents and statements, confirm the appointment with your accountant (or set aside a few hours to do … Continue reading “Have You Started Your Taxes Yet? Here’s Our Tips for 2020”

What Would Actually Happen if ALL Student Loan Debt Was Canceled?

There are scores of Americans — many of them aged in their late 20s and 30s — that have been out of college for at least a decade, but are still paying for their degree. Noting this, it’s not surprising that many have gravitated to the presidential campaigns of people like Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders … Continue reading “What Would Actually Happen if ALL Student Loan Debt Was Canceled?”

The United Kingdom FINALLY Breaks from the European Union — What’s Next?

The United Kingdom has finally left the European Union. After being mired in debate since June 2016, Brexit (the “British exit”) occurred on January 31, 2020. To say that the U.K.’s political establishment did what it could to resist — or at least put off — the results of the 2016 referendum is the understatement … Continue reading “The United Kingdom FINALLY Breaks from the European Union — What’s Next?”

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