Photo by Eric Ward on Unsplash Americans love their pets, spending more than US$70 billion last year on their beloved companions. This far exceeds the $7 billion spent on legal marijuana, and $32 … [Read more...] about What’s the Value of Your Dog’s Life, and Why it Matters
Superbia, the first LGBTQ credit union in the nation, has launched in Michigan. The Detroit Free Press reports: 'On Monday, the state approved a charter for Superbia Credit Union. Myles Meyers, … [Read more...] about America’s First LGBTQ Credit Union Approved to Launch in Michigan
Photo by Roberto Júnior on Unsplash Although the U.S. economy continues to grow and add jobs, talk of a recession is increasingly in the air due to a number of worrying … [Read more...] about How to Invest if You’re Worried a Recession is Coming
If several of the Democratic candidates for president have their way, student debt will be a thing of the past – at least for current student loan borrowers. Sen. Bernie Sanders has proposed … [Read more...] about Could a Tax on Stock Trades Pay Off the Nation’s Student Debt?
Senator Elizabeth Warren delivered a riveting sermon to Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf yesterday over the massive scam by the company to increase its cross-selling numbers by creating millions of … [Read more...] about Elizabeth Warren Delivers Withering Takedown of Wells Fargo CEO: ‘You Should Resign’ — WATCH
Last night, John Oliver took on the debt-buying industry and decided to lead by example: he created his own debt-buying company called Central Asset Recover Professionals, short for, “C.A.R.P., after … [Read more...] about John Oliver Breaks Oprah’s Record for Biggest Giveaway in TV History: WATCH
By ALLISON JACKSON For the first time in more than a century a woman will feature on a US banknote. The lucky woman — it hasn’t been decided who yet, but there's a list of worthy candidates … [Read more...] about Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Be Celebrating the New $10 Banknote