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  • How to save money on your mortgage

    The leap into homeownership is a big change, especially on your finances. Buying a home is likely the biggest purchase you'll ever make, so it's important to keep your payments in line with what you can afford. When your mortgage eats up too much of your budget, it can affect your long-term financial security by limiting your ability to save for retirement, pay down debt or follow other dreams like traveling or starting a business. The general rule of thumb is to aim to have your monthly housing...

    WPLG
  • What Is Money Silence And Why Should You Care?

    Some topics are just not discussed in polite company. Sex, politics, religion, and money are usually deemed inappropriate subjects at the office water cooler or around the dinner table. Though these conversational taboos have their place, silence isn’t always golden.

    Forbes
  • Other People’s Money

    What will Jeff Bezos do with his fortune? The Amazon chief has amassed around $130 billion, and there’s really no practical way to spend more than a fraction of it. “The only way that I can see to deploy this much financial resource is by converting my Amazon winnings into space travel,” Bezos said in a recent interview. By “space travel” he means space tourism and space colonies—“millions” of earthlings living and working in space.

    The Weekly Standard
  • How to secure your money through divorce

    With one in three marriages ending in divorce, it's no surprise that many couples are finding themselves in financial strife in the years after the breakdown of the relationship.

    Mail Online
  • Brickbat: A Flood of Money

    New Orleans resident Laney Stockstill woke to find on her phone an overdraft notice from her bank. The Sewerage & Water Board had attempted to withdraw $31,679 from her account. The agency claimed she'd used 26 million gallons of water the previous month. She's just one of numerous customers who say the agency bills them not only for more water than they used but for amounts of water well above what anyone would reasonably use. The agency blames computer software and a lack of meter readers...

    Reason.com
  • What is Galileo and why are the UK and EU arguing about it?

    Europe has started to exclude British firms from elements of the satellite programme Galileo is an £8bn satellite navigation system intended to rival the US-controlled Global Positioning System. Once fully operational in 2020 it will provide accurate position, navigation and timing information to be used by governments, citizens and industry. It will be used by everything from smartphones to security-critical military applications in target acquisition and tracking. The UK is developing...

    the Guardian
  • Are Keurigs still worth the money?

    A single cup of coffee can make all the difference.

    Reviewed.com Home-outdoors
  • Polleit: Gold Should Be Viewed As Money

    Authored by Thorstein Polleit via The Mises Institute, On May 4 and 5, 2018, Warren E. Buffett (born 1930) and Charles T. Munger (born 1924), both already legends during their lifetime, held the annual shareholders’ meeting of Berkshire Hathaway Inc. Approximately 42,000 visitors gathered in Omaha, Nebraska, to attend the star investors’ Q&A session. Peoples’ enthusiasm is understandable: From 1965 to 2017, Buffett’s Berkshire share achieved an annual average return of 20.9 percent (after...

    Zero Hedge
  • ‘Drug money flowed during polls’

    Police are investigating reports that drug money flowed during last Monday’s barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan elections. by Non Alquitran

    philstar.com
  • On Marriage and Money: A CFP's Perspective

    While wedding planning is a time for picking flowers, colors and cake flavors, there are some more important things you should be discussing. A newly engaged financial adviser details how to handle those tough conversations.

    www.kiplinger.com
  • SARB defines cryptocurrencies as tokens, not money

    South Africa’s central bank chooses to call digital currencies such as Bitcoin “cyber-tokens” because they don’t meet the requirements to be classified as money.

    @mybroadband
  • Elliott turns down money for love of Dogs

    Canterbury back-rower Adam Elliott has revealed he turned his back on big money offers from rival NRL clubs because he knew his beloved Bulldogs were headed...

    Mail Online
  • Trump on FBI Informant: “Follow the Money!”

    Political operative allegedly paid well above average

    www.infowars.com
  • How to save money at the gas pump this summer

    Gas prices are projected to increase this summer, precisely when the demand is at its peak. Here are six simple tips for saving money at the pump this summer.

    NBC News
  • 'Fortnite' is a big money maker for PlayStation

    Apparently, people really like to spend money on Fortnite even though it's free. On an investor call today, PlayStation head John Kodera was asked about a sudden increase in network sales. This was at the same time as the Fortnite launch on PS4. Kode...

    Engadget
  • Here's how money is destroying the world and the people living in it

    In a widely cited confessional in the New York Times in 2014, former Wall Street trader Sam Polk outed himself as a recovering wealth addict. He intimated a toxic childhood and an abusive parent (a common theme in the biographies of addicts). He revealed the exhilaration (a well-known symptom of dopamine release) at the power that money provided him. He admitted that he abused money like he abused alcohol and cocaine — to feel better about himself. …

    Raw Story
  • Fears of visa platform 'money spinner'

    There are fears Australia's visa platforms could soon be clogged with travel ads and used as a money-spinner by the federal government.The Home Affairs...

    Mail Online
  • Would you donate money to build the border wall?

    Rep. Diane Black, a Republican running for Tennessee governor, has introduced legislation that would let people and companies donate to the construction of a U.S.-Mexico border wall.

    Washington Examiner