Tesla is an auto brand founded in California by the notorious Elon Musk. Elon co-founded PayPal and also owns SpaceX – the company with a mission to colonize Mars. While Elon is dreaming of Mars, he builds electric cars. Tesla current makes two models of cars – the Model S and the Model X. The […]
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B, a new digital banking service, is set to challenge traditional banking services by aiming to transform the way its customers manage their money. B – New Banking Service “Designed By Customers For Customers” was originally published at Money Watch a UK personal finance blog. Sign up to our RSS feed and follow us on Twitter.
This week, the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) released its audit report of the IRS's methods of addressing taxpayers who take business tax deductions for activities not engaged in for profit (i.e. hobbies). TIGTA found that the IRS can do a better job of identifying high-income taxpayers who [...]
A rule banning class-action waivers represents a hard-fought victory for plaintiff lawyers.
Whether to buy or rent is an intensely personal decision, dependent on your individual circumstances as much as the housing market.
Determining who offers the best life insurance is not always a black and white answer. While you can get quotes from all of the top rated life insurance companies you may never know if you are getting the best company for your specific situation. At Good Financial Cents we pride ourselves in connecting people with […]
Did you know you can call two different lenders to apply for a mortgage, and each may give you a different interest rate? Even though information like your credit score and salary is set, financial institutions can interpret this information differently. And that can mean scoring a lower interest rate [...]
Let’s face it: Your apartment’s square footage isn’t going to miraculously get larger over time, but your rent might increase year after year. And at some point, after yet another rent hike, most renters start to ponder this age-old question: Are they a culture-seeking urbanite who’s happy to pay more [...]
Getting married? Congrats! But if stepkids are in the picture, you and your spouse-to-be need to tackle these tough questions.
Now that you’ve crushed it with your cover letter, blown everyone away with your resume, and aced your interview, it’s time to do what half of all new hires never even attempt: negotiate your salary. If you’re a recent graduate hunting for work or a twentysomething switching careers, the thought of telling a potential employer […]
One of the big problems with setting a big, life-altering goal for yourself is the sheer size of it. Often, the distance between yourself and your destination can seem so enormous as to feel impossible, and that sense of impossibility can often leave you feeling hopeless which can lead you right toward abandoning that goal. Show More Summary
The earnings parade continues in full force with quarterly results out of auto-industry disruptor Tesla, China’s e-commerce giant Alibabaand gaming empire MGM Resorts. Tesla Troubles? TSLA has bled through more than $2.9 billion the last six quarters, according to the Wall Street Journal, as it has dealt with starting production and then [...]
A new report from the Brookings Institution asks: "Is student debt really hampering the housing recovery?"
A recent McKinsey Report entitled "Why Investors May Need to Lower Their Sights" paints a grim picture for returns on US equities and bonds over the next 20 years. The conclusion is the past 30 years have been a golden era for US investors as the real (that is, inflation [...]
The discovery and sale of rare Ty Cobb cards has boosted overall prices for valuable vintage baseball cards, including an iconic Honus Wagner, which sold for $440,000.
Spring is in the air and so are those baseballs. If you’re a family who enjoys our national past time, a night under the stadium lights can be a memorable walk off win… or a gut wrenching extra innings loss. Either way, most people spend a ton of dollars to see the games, but that […]
Level Money distinguishes itself from other expense tracking apps by focusing only on spending money. But Level's good idea needs better execution. Our review. Level Money App Promises Spend Tracking Without A Budget, But Does It Work? appeared first on Money Under 30. © Moneyblogs, LLC.
Millions more airbags are being recalled
‘Sup voyeurs! How’s your wallets looking this month? Anyone break any new records? Anyone hit early retirement and want to share all their secrets with us??? :) We got pretty darn close to one of our major milestones – barely missing $500,000 by a few Gs – but it feels good to be back on top again after 6 months of wild swings in both […]