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Many Americans Are Shocked By Their Tax Returns in 2019. Here’s What You Should Know

As tax season starts to heat up, people with big plans for their tax refunds may be surprised to find they are receiving less money than in years past. The initial batch of tax refunds in the first two weeks of the season declined an average of 8.7% from last year as of Feb. 8,…
Tags: Money, Taxes, News, Uncategorized, Finances, Onetime


Can Setting Up Your Spring Break Plans NOW Save You Some Serious Money?

Can Setting Up Your Spring Break Plans NOW Save You Some Serious Money? is a post originally published on: Everything Finance - Everything Finance - Its all about Money!It may only be February, but spring break will be here before we know it. I know that my kids always look forward to doing something, anything, during this week off. It can get pretty expensive if you wait until the last minute. There are a few ways I have found to help minimize the overall costs of spring break. No Traveling Obv...
Tags: Budget, Saving Money, Marketing, Finances, Budget Travel, Spring Break, Ebates, Epic Content, Family and Kids, Everything Finance Everything Finance, ASTC


Wealth Matters: You Want to Buy Art. Is It About Love or Money?

Collectors offer advice on how to buy fine art, and when to sell it.
Tags: Art, News, Finances, Roy, Ross, Picasso, Jean, Rene, Pablo, Basquiat, Magritte, Personal Finances, High Net Worth Individuals, Collectors and Collections, Jean-Michel, Pigozzi


When is the Best Time to Purchase Winter Apparel?

When is the Best Time to Purchase Winter Apparel? is a post originally published on: Everything Finance - Everything Finance - Its all about Money!It may be snowing outside in parts of the United States right now, but most of us have our minds on warmer weather. Even though it is still technically winter, a lot of stores have begun to stock swimsuits already. That is just crazy because it is only February! But, if we are buying summer apparel now, then when is the best time to purchase winter ap...
Tags: Money, Saving Money, Shopping, Marketing, Budgeting, United States, Finances, Family and Kids, Everything Finance Everything Finance, Purchase Winter Apparel


WATCH: How to rethink your financial goals in a new market

As a real estate agent, your business and personal finances are intermingled because you’re self-employed. Raj Bhaskar, CEO of Hurdlr, wants you to think of your finances as a funnel, and put your personal finances at the top.
Tags: Video, Radio, Finances, Agent, Financial Goals, Select, Raj Bhaskar, Hurdlr, Connect Video, Raj Bhaskar CEO of Hurdlr


3 Ways to Show Your Love this Valentine’s Day that Won’t Break the Bank

3 Ways to Show Your Love this Valentine’s Day that Won’t Break the Bank is a post originally published on: Everything Finance - Everything Finance - Its all about Money!Valentine’s Day will be here before we know it! If you are in a relationship, and want to show your love, this is a great time to do it. But, it can get pretty expensive, if you aren’t careful. Here are some great ways to show your love this Valentine’s Day that won’t break the bank. 1. Get Moving! For those of us who don’t like ...
Tags: Saving Money, Holidays, Marketing, Budgeting, Finances, Bank, Valentine, Everything Finance Everything Finance


Honda’s New Passport Arrives at an Opportune Time

No, not just because American buyers open their wallets for anyone hawking a high-riding vehicle; rather, because an influx of cash would help stabilize Honda’s balance sheet. The automaker’s global profits took a 40 percent haircut in the fiscal quarter ending December 31, with net income falling 71 percent in the same time frame. North […] The post Honda’s New Passport Arrives at an Opportune Time appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Sales, Finances, Autos, Earnings, Honda, Acura, News Blog, Honda Passport


Is Your Daughter's Allowance the Same as Your Son's? 

The gender wage gap isn’t just a problem the work force is grappling with; it starts at home with how you treat your kids.Read more...
Tags: Gender, Wage Gap, Parenting, Finances, Lifehacks


Pigzbe

Riffing off the traditional piggy-bank, Pigzbe is a virtual wallet for cryptocurrency. Through the tangible toy and the adjacent app, kids can receive, save and spend money that they earn—all while practicing financial responsibility. The device is tech designed for education, and though the concept is old, the execution is new and inventive.
Tags: Design, Money, Education, Wallet, Finances, Cryptocurrency, PIGGY BANK


How Can Children’s Consignment Sales Help Stretch Your Money Further?

How Can Children’s Consignment Sales Help Stretch Your Money Further? is a post originally published on: Everything Finance - Everything Finance - Its all about Money!As a parent, you learn pretty early on that children’s things can get pretty expensive. As fast as they grow, it seems crazy to pay some of the asking retail prices!But, when I was pregnant with my first child, I heard through the mommy grapevine about children’s consignment sales. After I went to my first one, I was hooked because...
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Newseum Building to Be Sold to Johns Hopkins for $372.5 Million

The struggling museum will have to find a new home in 2020, after years of running at a deficit.
Tags: News, Museums, Finances, Johns Hopkins, Johns Hopkins University, Newseum, the Freedom Forum, Jan Neuharth


The Difference Between Being Middle-Class and Poor

The middle-class have financial challenges, but if you’ve never been truly poor, there are some things about how it affects your life that can be hard to grasp. So, let people who have experienced it tell you.Read more...
Tags: Money, Poverty, Finances, Lifehacks, Middle Class


The $238 Million Penthouse, and the Hedge Fund Billionaire Who May Rarely Live There

Kenneth C. Griffin, one of the richest people in the world, paid a record $238 million for a penthouse, heightening the debate about income inequality.
Tags: News, Finances, Income Inequality, Ny, Griffin, Taxation, Hedge Funds, Kenneth C Griffin, Citadel Investment Group, Executive Compensation, Kenneth C, Real Estate and Housing (Residential, Central Park South (Manhattan, 220 Central Park South


Hospitals Are Asking Their Own Patients to Donate Money

After a wealth screening behind the scenes, many hospitals target people for fund-raising, sometimes while they are still receiving treatment.
Tags: News, Privacy, Hospitals, Finances, Doctors, Philanthropy, Nonprofit Organizations, Ethics and Official Misconduct, Health Insurance and Managed Care, High Net Worth Individuals, Emergency Medical Treatment


A 32-Year Journey to Hell’s Kitchen

MCC Theater, an influential but itinerant Off Broadway nonprofit, has finally found a home.
Tags: News, West, Finances, Broadway, Theater, William, Ny, Mcc, Robert, Blake, Bernard, LuPone, Telsey, Hell's Kitchen (Manhattan, MCC Theater Company, Cantler


A Small Alaska Town Reels as the Coast Guard Weathers On Without Pay

The federal shutdown has brought a particular chill to Kodiak, a small town of 6,300 on an isolated island in the Gulf of Alaska.
Tags: News, Alaska, Finances, Philanthropy, Kodiak, Schultz, Homeland Security Department, United States Coast Guard, United States Politics and Government, Shutdowns (Institutional, Karl L, Small Alaska Town Reels, Coast Guard Weathers


His Art, Their Ideas: Did Robert Indiana Lose Control of His Work?

Private text messages entered as evidence in a legal dispute raise new questions about whether the artist fully designed his final works.
Tags: Art, News, Indiana, Finances, Michael, Robert, Thomas, Jamie L, McKenzie, Wills and Estates, Vinalhaven (Me


When is the Best Time to Look for New Appliances?

When is the Best Time to Look for New Appliances? is a post originally published on: Everything Finance - Everything Finance - Its all about Money! Whether we are homeowners or renters, at some point we are going to have to purchase or replace appliances in our home. Appliances are not usually something that we tend to give much thought to when we look at our monthly budget. But we should have a good plan in place for them because they can get EXPENSIVE. So when is the best time to start looking...
Tags: Personal Finance, Saving Money, Marketing, Budgeting, Finances, Cost Of Living, Everything Finance Everything Finance


El Museo del Barrio Drops Plan to Honor German Socialite

Questions were raised over why a museum of Latino art was feting Princess Gloria von Thurn und Taxis, whose archconservative friends oppose Pope Francis.
Tags: Art, News, Museums, Finances, Francis, Ny, Patrick, Gloria, Politics And Government, Hispanic-Americans, Harlem (Manhattan, El Museo del Barrio, Charpenel, Princess of Thurn and Taxis, Gloria von Thurn


Volkswagen Group to Bentley: Get Your Act Together, Now

It’s a brand showcased in countless music videos over the past two decades, but that doesn’t mean it features very highly in owner Volkswagen Group’s good books. British ultra-luxury marque Bentley was just given a dressing down by its strict German guardians, told to shape up and start making money or face the consequences. The […] The post Volkswagen Group to Bentley: Get Your Act Together, Now appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Vw, Finances, Autos, Volkswagen, Bentley, Volkswagen Group, News Blog


Kosmo’s Midlife Financial Checkup

Lazy Man often gives us a look into his financial life, so I decided to do the same.  I’ll be a little (a lot) more vague than Lazy Man, but will hopefully give you a slightly different viewpoint. [Editor’s Note: The idea of a midlife financial checkup is an extremely good one. I need to do my own one of these.] At 43 years old, I’m roughly halfway through what Sam Miller refers to as “this horrible, rotten slog toward rigor mortis”.  It seems like this might be a good time to see how I’m progr...
Tags: Marketing, Iowa, Finances, Lazy Man, Kosmo, Sam Miller, Employment Employment


Is a Gym Membership REALLY Worth it for You in the Long Run?

Is a Gym Membership REALLY Worth it for You in the Long Run? is a post originally published on: Everything Finance - Everything Finance - Its all about Money! We all know that with the New Year, comes the infamous New Year’s Resolutions. And more often than not, they include getting into better shape. This undoubtedly equates to joining a gym. But, is getting a gym membership really going to be worth it for you in the long run? What’s Your Why? If you have made a New Year’s Resolution to get i...
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Would UEFA Give Manchester City A Champions League Ban?

UEFA’S chief financial investigator has confirmed that Manchester City could indeed be banned from the Champions League if they are found guilty of a further breach of Financial Fair Play regulations. I wrote last month, the view being held by senior figures at European football’s governing body is that a heavier punishment would be appropriate if a club fined previously for breaking FFP rules are in breach again. And now Yves Leterme, the head of Uefa’s independent Club Financial Control Body ...
Tags: City, Sport, Soccer, Premier League, Manchester City, Finances, Champions League, Uefa, Man City, Etihad, Psg, Der Spiegel, Abu Dhabi United Group, Yves Leterme, Sport and Strategy Leterme


What to Look for When Buying Antique Jewelry

There’s something timeless about genuine antique jewelry, which has certainly stood the test of time, yet if you are looking to acquire some antique jewelry, you must take every precaution to determine that the item is, in fact, a genuine antique. What might look very old, could actually be a carefully made fake and only [...] The post What to Look for When Buying Antique Jewelry appeared first on The Megalomaniac Mommy.
Tags: Fashion, Finances, Adoption


Chelsea Reveal Record-High Profit Of £62m

Chelsea have revealed a record profit and turnover in the club’s latest published accounts. The Blues’ return to the Champions League in 2017-18 contributed to the turnover growing by 22.7 per cent to £443.4million in the financial results for the year ending June 30, 2018. And a record-high profit of £62m was achieved, after a profit on player sales of £113m and an increase in broadcast revenues of £162.4m as a result of Chelsea’s return to Europe’s elite club competition. The accounts do not ...
Tags: Europe, Nike, Sport, Soccer, Chelsea, Premier League, Manchester United, Finances, Champions League, Diego Costa, Bournemouth, Juan Cuadrado, Nathan Ake, Antonio Conte, Conte, Bruce Buck


How to Ring the New Year in Right Without Breaking the Bank

How to Ring the New Year in Right Without Breaking the Bank is a post originally published on: Everything Finance - Everything Finance - Its all about Money! New Year’s Eve can be a lot of fun! It can also cost you quite a bit of money if you aren’t careful. Throughout the years, I have tried a few different ways to celebrate on a pretty tight budget during the holidays. So here are a few of my favorites! Family Celebrations My children and I found the children’s New Year’s Eve celebration in ...
Tags: Personal Finance, Budget, Money, Saving Money, Holidays, Marketing, House, Finances, Bank, Raleigh, Ferris, Everything Finance Everything Finance, NC Museum of Natural Sciences, NC Museum of History


How to Create a Household Budget WITHOUT a Fight

How to Create a Household Budget WITHOUT a Fight is a post originally published on: Everything Finance - Everything Finance - Its all about Money! With the end of the year quickly approaching, there is no better time to start talking about a household budget. I don’t know about you, but we are always trying to do better with our finances. We have found that creating a budget, and talking about it regularly, has really helped us in our financial journey. But, that doesn’t mean we see eye to eye o...
Tags: Personal Finance, Money, Saving Money, Retirement, Marketing, Budgeting, Finances, Misc, Household Budget, Everything Finance Everything Finance, Automobiles Transportation, Uber Lyft etc Food Drinks, Budget Example


4 Ways to Teach Your Children the Value of a Dollar During the Holidays

4 Ways to Teach Your Children the Value of a Dollar During the Holidays is a post originally published on: Everything Finance - Everything Finance - Its all about Money! When you are a parent, anything and everything can be a teachable moment. The holidays are certainly no exception! Even though the holidays can be extra stressful for us adults, we can still carve out the time to teach our kids about money. In fact, this is one of the BEST times to teach our kids about the value of a dollar, bec...
Tags: Amazon, Personal Finance, Craigslist, Holidays, Marketing, Budgeting, Finances, Epic Content, Everything Finance Everything Finance, Marbles Kids Museum, Amazon Trade


Art Basel Miami Beach: Cracks in the Glittering Facade

Against the backdrop of a skidding stock market, declining endowments and a cooling of luxury real-estate values, another private museum announced its birth.
Tags: Art, News, Finances, Philanthropy, James, Gagosian Gallery, Perez, Alberto, Berkowitz, Basel Miami Beach, Art Basel Miami Beach, Turrell, Jorge M, Art Museum of Miami-Dade County, Miami Beach (Fla, Ibarguen


Let’s Take A Closer Look At Purported Attorney General Matthew Whitaker’s Super Sketchy Finances

No Trump Administration official’s financial snapshot would be complete without some campaign finance violations.
Tags: Law, Finance, Finances, Campaign Finance, Matthew Whitaker, Trump Administration, Jonathan Wolf, Hatch Act, World Patent Marketing, Foundation for Accountability & Civic Trust (FACT