Hi everyone. Recent news out of the U.S. Treasury from Secretary Steve Mnuchin indicates that the Trump administration and congress are getting close to reaching a consensus on raising the U.S. debt ceiling. The recent lawsuit brought against Mariott for their deceptive pricing tactics has exposed a troublesome practice that has long been a part of the hotel industry. It’s good to learn from your mistakes, but being smart means learning from other’s mistakes; so take a look at our featured five key lessons for retirement planning, based on the experience of others. When it comes to a healthy relationship, money can play a big part in determining how well you and your partner get along. Learn how to talk to your partner about money, so both of you are on the same page. And if you should ever find yourself in a financial windfall with extra money to spend, be prepared by reading our featured article on how to maximize this opportunity.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Monday the Trump administration and Congress were getting close to a deal on raising the U.S. debt ceiling and he urged lawmakers to take action on the issue before leaving for an August recess.
A lawsuit pending against Marriott in the Superior Court of the District of Columbia may very well result in the company and its franchisees paying millions of dollars in restitution for resort fees that it is accused of deceptively charging guests. But it is unlikely to eliminate the practice from the hotel industry altogether, experts say.
After witnessing the accomplishments that retirement savers have achieved, and the mistakes they’ve made, a few helpful truths become clear.
Finances probably aren’t any couple’s first choice of things to talk about. After all, money is a common source of strife in relationships, and even just broaching the subject can feel awkward if it’s not something you typically discuss.
While it’s tempting to treat a windfall as “fun money” and spend it right away, planning before acting can help you maximize the impact of that windfall.