Archive for July 16th, 2017

Wells Fargo is preparing to jettison more businesses as the US bank with $1.9tn in assets works to restore investor confidence in the wake of the sham accounts scandal. 

More…

Comments No Comments »

Many people use $1 million as a benchmark for retirement savings. But will you need that much in reality? It depends on your circumstances.

More…

Comments No Comments »

<p>From Poland on the Baltic Sea to Slovakia, Hungary and Bulgaria along the Danube river, governments are wooing Chinese investors to, in some cases, replace U.S. companies that are pulling out. It’s a sign of what’s in store with Trump’s America relinquishing its role as the world leader on issues from climate change to free trade and Chinese President Xi Jinping championing internationalism.</p>

More…

Comments No Comments »

<p>Anonymous shell companies, business entities that exist solely for the purpose of masking ownership of wealth, property, and other assets, serve as a middleman of sorts, helping those behind them move funds from one place to another. Shell companies in and of themselves aren’t illegal, or even necessarily bad: Not only can they help pool investors’ resources or guard trade secrets, but many celebrities use them to keep prying gossip outlets from locating their assets. Shell companies can also provide politicians in less-stable countries a place to keep assets safe from kidnappers and thieves.</p>

More…

Comments No Comments »

SmartAsset sifted through 575 cities looking for places that offered retirees a wide range of fitness activities. The top spots clustered on one coast.

More…

Comments No Comments »