Hi, everyone. For this Thursday we find out that the fed is holding steady on interest rates, we learn about the effects of an aging mind on finances, as well as the tactics for having a proper financial strategy. If you find it hard getting a good night’s rest, you’re not alone, and there’s a large market for addressing this problem. And if you’re planning for a destination wedding this summer, you might want to keep reading…
The central bank held its benchmark rate in a target between 2.25% and 2.5%, meeting market expectations though perhaps disappointing President Donald Trump, who earlier this week urged the Fed to cut the rate by 1 percentage point.
Nobody likes to think about getting older. Even less so, nobody likes to think about the decline of their mental health. But the harsh truth is that as we get older, our cognitive abilities decline at some point. This is especially true with regard to personal finances.
The purpose that we define during the planning process serves as our compass. It explains the tactics we will use to fulfill our overall strategy. It gives us the necessary context to decide whether or not something makes sense. It provides us with a “why”.
In the modern world, where people are plagued with sleeplessness, this–the simple experience of falling, and staying, asleep–has become something of a luxury. A third of Americans experience brief stretches of insomnia, and a tenth experience three sleepless nights a week for months on end.
Many wedding celebrations have become about how far away you can drag your poor relatives and friends to watch your nuptials. It’s all about the scenery and pageantry — the more viral-worthy the better.