MARKET INSIDER The bond market could again set the course for the week ahead, after rapidly rising interest rates gave stocks a choppy start to the new year. 1,339 more wordsInflation, rising rates and the Federal Reserve could whip stocks around in the week ahead — Fat-Wallets
Inflation, rising rates and the Federal Reserve could whip stocks around in the week ahead — Fat-Wallets
What is Financial Freedom? Financial freedom can be defined in a few ways, however, one common theme is that when you’re able to live your life the way you want and work becomes optional due to the amount of income you have coming in, then you are generally considered financially free. Generally speaking, having more […]The 10 Steps to Obtaining Financial Freedom — Fat-Wallets
This past weekend, I had the opportunity to join my fellow board members of the Salvation Army of Greater Cleveland Advisory Board in West Cleveland as volunteer bell ringers supporting the Salvation Army’s Advisory Board Kettle Day fund raising effort. It was inspiring to see so many philanthropic business and executive leaders rallying together as a team spending time supporting this important seasonal kindness program. The generosity of the public response was truly overwhelming encountering real people who have been touched by the Salvation Army’s support of communities in need.
Did you know… The Salvation Army of Greater Cleveland makes a positive impact in our community serving nearly 1 million hot meals to hundreds of thousands of hungry people, provides over 160,000 nights of shelter and emergency housing services to people without shelter in need of transitionary lodging. Thousands of children and families in need will receive Christmas gifts this year donated by generous people who donate to the many toy drives sponsored by good, charitable companies throughout our region. Emergency shelters are open safely caring for and taking in the homeless. Counseling and recovery centers provide much needed services and support for some of the most vulnerable people living in our community. Visit www.SalvationArmyCleveland.org to learn more.
So you see, everyone has an opportunity and a role to take responsibility in helping others. Without question, I can tell you based on my experiences in business and in life, that “Doing the Most Good” actually feels the most good. Sharing personal time, talents and treasures with people who truly need and deserve our help and support is the very best gift I could offer people who are less fortunate than me.
Regardless of life’s struggles, sadness and extreme challenges, I am incredibly grounded and thankful to be helping others. This holiday season, I ask you to join me in supporting the great works of the Salvation Army, or the charitable organization of your choice. The community needs your support, and you too have much to share. What a better way to celebrate the goodness of the season than to help others in need to feel the help and support of someone who really does care.
Regardless of what holidays we choose to celebrate, November and December can be rough on budgets, especially for college students. Between travel expenses, winter break plans, going out with friends to celebrate the end of the semester, and buying gifts, we often quickly spend much more money than we may have planned. Remember to prioritize […]Financial Wellness in the Holiday Season — UNC Healthy Heels
Mr. Yousef celebrating his 20th wedding anniversary at Cabeza de Toro, Dominican Republic (September, 2021). An American Psychological Association’s “Stress In America” survey found that 72% of adults reported feeling stressed about money “at least some of the time” (source). Money topped work, family responsibilities, and health concerns as the top source of stress. According […]Financial Peace Process: Pro Tips On Money Management From A Business Professional — Creator Villa
Insights on the Second Set of Qualified Opportunity Zone Regulations
Really good overview of Opportunity Zone program.
An hour of sleep might not be the only thing you lose when the clocks spring forward—daylight savings time could cost you money, too.
“Researchers have estimated the economic cost of that one lost hour at $434 million per year, with effects including higher rates of workplace injuries, lost productivity and sleep-impaired bad judgment.”
Myelle Lansat from grow.acorns.com shares 4 ways to get that lost hour back: