Now May Be the Best Time to Invest in the Airline Industry

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I am a grown man, but I am not afraid to tell you that I am terrified. Probably just like the rest of the world right now. The COVID-19 pandemic slowly engulfing the world is shutting down almost every area of industry. Major sports seasons have been suspended or canceled. The retail and service industries have ground to a halt causing the layoffs and firings of millions. It seems like we live in...

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I Should have made Small-Scale Investment Risks (in Myself) long ago

Several years ago, I converted a small academic pension into a decade long annual annuity. I used to be a teacher and an academic adviser many years ago. So, I had a small pension that I could have looked forward to in old age. A mini-retirement nest egg. When I converted my pension into an annuity, the investment and pension company created a contract where I would receive an annual payment for a...

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These Scholarship Directories Could Help Your Child Forego Student Loans

People with children understand the financial shock awaiting them when they become college bound. It costs an estimated $233,000 to raise a child from the moment of birth to 17. Keep in mind that this estimate doesn’t include medical care or tuition costs. A private college will cost you more than $35,000 annually in tuition costs. If you have multiple children, then those costs grow exponentially....

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Don’t Fall for These Retailer Tricks – Or It’ll Cost You

Every time I leave a supermarket, convenience store, or pharmacy, I buy a candy bar. I did that for many years, and I paid for it in lost money and gained weight. Impulse buys. Those items are placed by the register to tempt your impulsive tendencies. In fact, the average consumer spends over $5,400 every year on random impulse purchases. What could you do with an extra $5,400? Resist these retailer...

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