Happy Friday, everyone. To end the week, we learn that the stock market is anticipating a flurry of IPOs. Young entrepreneurs and workers are proving to be out of touch of what it takes to run a business. New data shows that millennials are falling behind on their credit card payments. Retirees regret claiming social security benefits early. And Tom Petty’s daughters claim their father’s wife illegitimately seized control of his estate.
The stock market is anticipating a flurry of initial public offerings from high-profile companies over the next few months.
We have raised a generation of entrepreneurs and workers who are remarkably out of touch with what’s required to start and run a business.
Young Americans have fallen seriously behind on their payments, adding to angst about the true health of U.S. consumers.
More than half of all seniors who appled at age 62 for Social Security early retirement benefits later regretted doing so, according to the findings of The 2019 MassMutual Social Security Pulse Check.
In a lawsuit filed Wednesday in Los Angeles Superior Court, Adria Petty and Annakim Violette asked for $5 million in damages plus attorney’s fees.