Hi, everyone. We hope that all our readers had a relaxing Memorial Day weekend. Coming back to the works week we take a look at the latest impact the China trade war has had on markets. MacKenzie Bezos has announced she will give away half of her $37 billion worth to charity. We learn how a kid’s allowance can work in the smartphone age. A new study shows the 8 money problems of married couples. And burnout is officially recognized as a medical diagnosis.
U.S. stocks fluctuated, while Treasuries advanced as investors positioned for what could be a protracted trade dispute with China.
The newly minted billionaire has signed the Giving Pledge, which encourages the world’s richest people to dedicate a majority of their wealth to charitable causes, either during their lifetimes or in their wills.
Allowances are a constant. No matter how much technology interferes with the parent-child relationship, kids still want money and parents still want to impart a basic work ethic.
Marriage counselors hear couples complain about all sorts of problems in their relationship. However, one of the big things that counselors say many partners struggle to get on the same page about is money.
Burnout is now a legitimate medical diagnosis, according to the International Classification of Diseases, or the ICD-11, the World Health Organization’s handbook that guides medical providers in diagnosing diseases.