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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 … Continue reading “Boeing Halts Production on the 737 Max”

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 … Continue reading “Credit Scores Are Going Up Across the Board — Here’s Why”

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 … Continue reading “What Can You Do With Just An Additional $25 Per Month?”

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? … Continue reading “FedEx Ground Starts Seeing Amazon Shipments Again”

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, … Continue reading “Vacation Homes Are Booming: Here’s Why”

These Are the ‘Money Hacks’ That Experts Use

We’ve talked a lot about strategies and tips to become more financially sustainable so far in 2020 — and this is for good reason. Improving one’s finances is one of the most popular New Year’s resolutions that Americans often make when the ball drops on another calendar year. While setting a budget, cutting back on … Continue reading “These Are the ‘Money Hacks’ That Experts Use”

Want to Become Debt Free? Can You Live Without These Things…

It’s a new year, and every new year represents a fresh start. Many Americans use this fresh start to make resolutions or set goals for things that they want to accomplish in the new year, and it probably comes as no surprise that one of the most popular goals or resolutions is to become more … Continue reading “Want to Become Debt Free? Can You Live Without These Things…”

How Are Kids Making Millions on YouTube?

It’s no secret that children can be highly profitable stars. Since the heyday of Ashley and Mary Kate Olsen, children stars have been raking in more than most people (and, often more than their parents). But YouTube opens up entirely new doorways in terms of children’s careers… and the ethics thereof. Is this path of … Continue reading “How Are Kids Making Millions on YouTube?”

New Grocery Store/Restaurant Hybrids Are on the Rise

What if you could eat at the same place you shop, and shop at the same place you eat? Grocery stores are encountering some shifting temperaments in the new generation, and that’s leading to a lot of experimentation regarding what will and won’t work. Let’s take a look at what could be changing. Grocery Stores … Continue reading “New Grocery Store/Restaurant Hybrids Are on the Rise”

Which Presidential Hopefuls Have Raised the Most Money?

Everyone’s thinking about the elections. Whether it’s for political reasons or for financial reasons, the next presidential election is going to impact everyone’s lives. Will the next president be good for business? Good for the economy? Will small business owners suffer? Will entrepreneurs find it difficult to get funding? A lot of it hinges on … Continue reading “Which Presidential Hopefuls Have Raised the Most Money?”

The Financial Predictions for 2019 That Didn’t Come True

If you’re an investor or an entrepreneur, you know that predictions are just that: predictions. Sometimes they’re right, and sometimes they’re wrong. The best you can hope for is that you average more correct predictions than incorrect ones. With that in mind, there are a lot of financial predictions in 2019 that didn’t come true. … Continue reading “The Financial Predictions for 2019 That Didn’t Come True”

See an Error on Your Credit Report? Here’s How to Dispute It

It’s good to get into the habit of pulling and checking your credit report at least once per year. Why? Because according to a study by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), it’s estimated that up to a quarter of all American consumers have some sort of error on their credit report. While you may not … Continue reading “See an Error on Your Credit Report? Here’s How to Dispute It”

Financial Hangover: How to Get Back on Track After a Spending Spree

How are you feeling now that 2020 has officially arrived? Is your head pounding, anxieties firing, and pulse quickening? If so, then you might have a hangover, and no — we’re not talking about the one that you may have woken up with on January 1. We’re talking about a financial hangover — that is, … Continue reading “Financial Hangover: How to Get Back on Track After a Spending Spree”

3 Big Economic Predictions for 2020 You Need to Know About

People that follow mainstream news media outlets such as CNN have been waiting for the other economic shoe to drop since the November 2016 elections. In fact, liberal voices have welcomed the notion of another devastating recession. When the stock market took a short-term dip at one point in 2019, headlines and talk shows couldn’t … Continue reading “3 Big Economic Predictions for 2020 You Need to Know About”

Start 2020 By Avoiding These Social Security Scams

You get a phone call from an unknown number, and answer it. It’s someone claiming to be from the Social Security Administration. They’re claiming to have found some suspicious activity involving your social security number, yet the only way they can help you is if you share some personal details and information so that they … Continue reading “Start 2020 By Avoiding These Social Security Scams”

Should You Share a Credit Card with Your Spouse?

To share or not to share, that is the question. It’s no secret that money issues are a common source of contention in couples, as we’ve covered in this space before. And it’s also no secret that one of the leading reasons why marriages end is due to money issues. But at the same time, … Continue reading “Should You Share a Credit Card with Your Spouse?”

These Strange “Super Cars” Sell for Over $1 Million

The world of super cars gets more interesting with every passing year. Super cars are a lot like fashion shows: they bring to light new technology that will eventually trickle down to regular, mass production vehicles. It’s worth it to take a look at some of these exceptional vehicles, even if you aren’t in the … Continue reading “These Strange “Super Cars” Sell for Over $1 Million”

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