PERSONEL FINANCE

The only greatest investing lesson I've ever learned

The only greatest investing lesson I’ve ever learned

(Daniel Foelber) Published by Morgan Housel in 2020 Psychology of money. I think it deserves to be on Mount Rushmore investment books, especially for people who believe that the history and psychology of behavior are critical elements of investing. Violin has a section in the book describing the stock market as a field where multiple …

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PERSONAL FINANCE: Your health savings account can be a retirement planning tool [Column]

PERSONAL FINANCE: Your health savings account can be a retirement planning tool [Column]

If you are retired, one of the biggest expenses you may encounter regularly is health care. Even if you enroll in Medicare, you may have to pay various medical expenses out of pocket – and in general, costs rise, not fall. Fortunately, there are tools that can help you better manage these expenses, one of …

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Social security benefits could rise by 8.6% in 2023 - but that's not all the good news

Social security benefits could rise by 8.6% in 2023 – but that’s not all the good news

(Maurie Backman) There is a reason why seniors who receive most or all of their social security income tend to have financial difficulties. These benefits often keep pace with inflation. This year, social security recipients received the largest cost of living adjustment (COLA) in decades – an increase of 5.9%, which came into force in …

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Social security benefits could rise by 8.6% in 2023 - but that's not all the good news

Social security benefits could rise by 8.6% in 2023 – but that’s not all the good news

(Maurie Backman) There is a reason why seniors who receive most or all of their social security income tend to have financial difficulties. These benefits often keep pace with inflation. This year, social security recipients received the largest cost of living adjustment (COLA) in decades – an increase of 5.9%, which came into force in …

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The cost of daily "necessities" compared to how often they are used will amaze you

The cost of daily “necessities” compared to how often they are used will amaze you

Based on an average monthly cost of £ 48.30 per month, Wi-Fi was found to cost £ 1.73 per day, just over seven pence an hour. For household items, the vacuum cleaner costs £ 158.80 and is used three times a week for seven years – the owners pay 14 pence each time. While the …

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An incredible reason why home prices are NOT cutting this year - "I didn't see that"

An incredible reason why home prices are NOT cutting this year – “I didn’t see that”

As the cost of living crisis intensifies, the destroyers are shouting again about the danger of a property crash. However, there are good reasons why this may not happen despite today’s growing uncertainty. There are good reasons to worry about the real estate market right now. The average homeowner with a GBP 224,000 mortgage pays …

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Myths about bitcoins DESTROYED.  No safe haven, no shopping opportunities.  'BTC heads to $ 20,000'

Myths about bitcoins DESTROYED. No safe haven, no shopping opportunities. ‘BTC heads to $ 20,000’

The BTC fell about 60 percent from exceeding $ 67,000 (GBP 55,375) six months ago to trade at about $ 28,000 at the time of writing. The total crypt market, which includes other digital currencies such as Ethereum and Dogecoin, has lost more than $ 1 trillion (£ 830 billion) in value. This is not …

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'I felt sick!'  Retired widow loses £ 40,000 after "looking for company"

‘I felt sick!’ Retired widow loses £ 40,000 after “looking for company”

Holmfirth’s baby sister Di Pogson enjoyed 30 years of happy marriage before her husband developed a brain aneurysm and died. A few years later, Di decided to join the online dating site in hopes of “finding a company.” Eventually, she received a message from a man who used a fake identity and the nickname ‘Kevin …

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"Best chance to stay ahead of inflation" British boss pays employees in gold

“Best chance to stay ahead of inflation” British boss pays employees in gold

Cameron Parry, CEO of Tally, is the first employer in the country to turn its payroll into gold bars, decimating consumers’ purchasing power. Mr. Parry shared the reasons for this move and how he basically gives employees more for their money. He said: “As the cost of living crisis went from bad to worse, it …

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"Best chance to stay ahead of inflation" British boss pays employees in gold

“Best chance to stay ahead of inflation” British boss pays employees in gold

Cameron Parry, CEO of Tally, is the first employer in the country to turn its payroll into gold bars, decimating consumers’ purchasing power. Mr. Parry shared the reasons for this move and how he basically gives employees more for their money. He said: “As the cost of living crisis went from bad to worse, it …

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