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Build More Muscle in Less Time with Supersets

Today’s working professional is busier than ever. With the increased reliance and usage of portable devices, many are working during and after office hours more and more. While the financial and professional gains are immense from these extended productivity hours, those muscle gains you so much aspire to have are left unfulfilled. Show More Summary

It's time to clean up your financial clutter. Here's how

Don't let financial clutter pile up. Here are four steps to creating a fresh strategy.

Black Panther Almost Brought Will Smith To Tears

Marvel’s Black Panther has taken Hollywood by storm, quickly catapulting itself to having the fifth largest domestic opening of all time. The film is a success on financial, cultural, and societal levels. Actor Will Smith, who has himself played a superhero, in Hancock, recently spoke about the film in an Instagram post. “What you have done is […]

The Big Cutback: The Value of Longer ‘No-Spending’ Challenges

During the early days of our financial turnaround, Sarah and I often did “money-free weekends,” where we would simply go for a weekend – from the time we got off work on Friday until we returned to work on Monday – not spending any money at all. Show More Summary

Dish separates out Sling TV subscribers for first time, reports 47% growth

Dish Network has for the first time separated out its Dish TV and Sling TV subscriber numbers. The company revealed the figures in its year-end financials for 2017 … more…

Do good helping underserved people access financial tools with Ladder Up

For as much of a pain as preparing your tax return can be this time of year, the check you get afterward makes it all worthwhile — especially if that refund is your biggest payday all year. February is definitely the busiest month for the volunteers and staffers at Ladder Up, an organization devoted...

The five smallest industries by firm size

For the U.S.: Fishing, hunting, trapping: 3.1 workers on average Building construction: 5.5 Real estate: 5.9 Funds, trusts, and other financial vehicles: 6 Repair and maintenance: 6.1 Time for some creative disruption, people… Those figures are from the new and excellent Big is Beautiful: Debunking the Myth of Small Business, by Robert D. Show More Summary

Legal Money Illusion

The state of Virginia is raising the financial threshold for defining a theft as a felony for the first time in almost four decades. Virginia’s experience highlights a peculiarity of American criminal law that results in petty criminals in many states being charged and punished as if they were big-time criminals. Show More Summary

UK propTech Fixflo appoints digital guru as head of heavyweight board

Michael Murphy has previously worked in high-growth and digital subscription businesses including the Financial Times, Quidco and Friends Reunited. Continue reading UK propTech Fixflo appoints digital guru as head of heavyweight board at Property Portal Watch.

Report: Margaret Josephs Slapped With A Tax Lien From The IRS!

It’s probably time for Margaret Josephs to stop being as delusional and in denial as Teresa pretending her financial problems are no big deal, because the Real Housewives Of New Jersey star was hit with an almost $200,000 tax lien from the IRS. Show More Summary

Jim Chanos is worried about the economy, but not because of inflation

At the Nasdaq Market Site, Business Insider Senior Finance Correspondent Linette Lopez spoke with famed short seller Jim Chanos about the reintroduction of inflation to the market for the first time since the financial crisis. It is causing volatility unseen in years. That's not what worries Chanos most about the US economy, though. Show More Summary

How inflation turns petty criminals into felons

Virginia is raising the financial threshold for defining a theft as a felony for the first time in almost 40 years. It's about time.

Never reason from an interest rate spread

(February 18, 2018 01:14 PM, by Scott Sumner) Here's the Financial Times: Analysts have struggled to explain why the yen is rising when the gap between US and Japanese interest rates is widening further, with the US Federal Reserve tightening policy while the BoJ is pinning 10-year bond... (3 COMMENTS)

Reddit’s Financial Challenge #2—Improve Your Interest Rates

Reddit's February challenge---improve your interest rates---can help you pay your debt off faster or pay a lot less over time. Here's my experience. Reddit’s Financial Challenge #2—Improve Your Interest Rates appeared first on Money Under 30. © Moneyblogs, LLC.

Lessons About Our Roller-Coaster Stockmarket, from a Highly Unlikely Source

Click here for reuse options! We've seen this before. "The Wall Streets of this world are important; they generate destabilizing forces, and from time to time the financial processes of our economy lead to serious threats of financial...Show More Summary

Time to Fix the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

The Trump administration’s proposed budget contains an interesting line item that isn’t mentioned in the summary text. It calls for reductions in spending at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). What makes this differentShow More Summary

Is a 10% drop in the stock market a good time to get in the game?

When it comes to stock market “corrections,” or 10%-plus drops, some are more sinister and financially debilitating than others.        

The Financial Times building was evacuated over a suspicious package

The offices of the Financial Times newspaper in London were briefly evacuated because of a "suspicious package" which was found there. Police cordoned off the building, near Southwark Bridge in central London, after the item was discovered. Sources...Show More Summary

Arista CEO Ullal: You Can’t Make Everyone Happy All the Time

Arista shares fell 16% as it failed to impress with its financial forecast for the first time since going public in 2014. CEO Jayshree Ullal tells Barron's the issues that hampered its cloud computing networking sales, which involved...Show More Summary

Trump team uses gun tragedy as cover, reveals financial documents

Rachel Maddow notes the particular timing of the Trump team's release of financial documents showing questionable use of tens of millions of dollars of...

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