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Saudi Aramco execs see Uber as a bigger threat to oil demand than Tesla

Saudi Arabian state oil giant Saudi Aramco said ride-sharing apps like Uber were of greater immediate concern than the rise of electric vehicles. Two senior executives at Saudi Aramco told the Financial Times that the company was looking...Show More Summary

10 Sunday Reads

My easy like Sunday morning reads: • Can Uber ever make money? (Financial Times) • The Wired Guide to Digital Security (Wired) • Bloomberg’s rising terminal count signals hope for the beleaguered bond trader (Quartz) • Are You Saving...Show More Summary

How to find your way out of difficult financial circumstances

Dear Liz: I desperately need your help! My husband, who is 91, is in the early stages of dementia. I just turned 88 and for the first time am responsible for making all the financial decisions. We are deeply in debt and I don’t know the best way to proceed. We owe more than $40,000 on credit cards,...

Watch Army Vs. Navy 2017 Online: Live Streaming, TV Channel, Start Time & Game Odds

On Saturday afternoon, college football fans will be able to watch the Army vs. Navy 2017 game live streaming online or on television. The two teams renew their annual rivalry with a matchup set for Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field. Show More Summary

Pentagon to Conduct Its First Agencywide Audit

The Defense Department will conduct an agencywide financial audit for the first time in history, following requirements in the 2010 National Defense Authorization Act. In a conference yesterday, the Pentagon committed to annual audits, with reports to be issued in November. The Department’s careless approach to finances is notorious. Show More Summary

Hurricane Maria’s Actual Death Toll May Be 17 Times Higher Than the Current Official Count

When Hurricane Maria ravaged Puerto Rico in September, you could calculate the devastation in many ways. The financial ruin, initial estimates said, was at minimum $30 billion. The time it would take to restore energy to the island was estimated to be between four to six months. Show More Summary

Powell: Must-have tools and tips for year-end retirement planning

If you haven’t done so already, now would be a good time to review your financial plan and any last-minute retirement-planning tools.        

Don't Be Fooled by an Investment's Rate of Return

When you invest, you are looking for return. You want your money to grow over time, preferably at a rate that will allow you to achieve your financial goals. An investment's rate of return can be a deceptive thing, however. The amount of money that an investment has made in the past isn't a...

It’s taking longer for ACT couples to save for a house deposit

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The time it takes for first-time home buyer couples to save for a 20 percent house deposit in the ACT is steadily growing, with it now taking four years and six months, three months longer than the previous financial year, according to new research from BankWest. The ninth Bankwest First Time Buyer Report, which looks at […]

Risk for depression, burnout and low quality of life

(Bentham Science Publishers) The current financial crisis has heavily impacted the public sector in Europe and, to a greater extent, in countries in which the public system has higher costs. At the same time, workers from the publicShow More Summary

How to Set Meaningful Financial and Frugal Goals for Yourself

Many people – myself included – like to use the month of December as a time to reflect on personal goals, both the ones that we’ve been working on throughout the year as well as ones that we might embark on in the future. Most years,...Show More Summary

Chinese bike sharing sharing startup Ofo has reportedly raised $1 billion

Chinese bike-sharing startup Ofo has raised $1 billion (£750 million) from investors, according to a report in The Financial Times on Thursday. The Beijing headquartered company reportedly raised the money from Alibaba, which is sometimes...Show More Summary

Disgruntled employees at the top consumer watchdog formed 'Dumbledore's Army' to resist their Trump-appointed boss

Several staffers at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau have formed a resistance group they've named "Dumbledore's Army," The New York Times reported Wednesday. It's the latest sign of turmoil at the agency, which is locked in a...Show More Summary

Editor's Soapbox: Protect Yourself

We lend the soapbox to snoofle today, to dispense a combination of career and financial advice. I've seen too many of my peers sell their lives for a handful of magic beans. Your time is too valuable to waste for no reward. -- Remy There is a WTF that far too many people make with their retirement accounts at work. Show More Summary

The Automatic Millionaire with New York Times Best Selling Author David Bach

Earlier this year, I had the pleasure of sitting down with financial expert and author David Bach. You probably know David from his amazing personal finance books, which include The Automatic Millionaire, Start Late, Finish Rich, and Smart Couples Finish Rich. Show More Summary

CHIP and my daughter

2010 was a rough year financially for my family. I had been laid off the previous September. My wife was working part time in a position that did not utilize her skills to the fullest of her ability. We were both looking for full time work in our respective fields and finding nothing. We also […]

James Murdoch has reportedly been 'suggested' as a successor to Disney CEO Bob Iger

21th Century Fox CEO James Murdoch has been "suggested" as a candidate succeed Bob Iger as Disney CEO, when the storied executive eventually retires, according to The Financial Times, which cited "people briefed on the talks" in a report...Show More Summary

Patty Jenkins on the Shortlist for TIME’s Person of the Year

Wonder Woman bested Justice League critically and financially and turned Gal Gadot into an icon The post Patty Jenkins on the Shortlist for TIME’s Person of the Year appeared first on

Doctor, you’re now a parent. It’s time to get your financial plan in order.

Congratulations! After months of planning, you are now a proud parent. Starting today the rest of your life will change. No longer will you worry about getting reservations at the “in” restaurant. … or any restaurant. Nope. You won’t have time. Nor will you have energy. Both will get zapped, and that is okay. Instead, […]

7 Billionaires’ Most Surprising Money Mistakes

You might think that the richest people in the world have figured out exactly what works in business and their own financial life. But you’d be very wrong. Billionaires make money mistakes all the time, and even admit to doing so. Some even claim their errors actually help them learn the right ways to get…

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