Hi, everyone. To kickoff the week we read about the diamond glut that is closing mines and squeezing sellers to retailers. Target is launching brand Good & Gather to boost its food sales. In the DC apartment market, home recording studios are trending and in demand. We take a closer look at inheritance and the culture behind this often hush-hush financial asset. And SoFi enhances student debt reduction program with 529 plan.
Mines are closing, and middlemen are being squeezed. But don’t expect bargains at the jewelry counter.
After years of rolling out private-label brands in apparel and home goods, Target is starting a new grocery brand.
The ever-expanding selection of amenities offered by new residential projects in the DC region now includes soundproof recording studios.
Talking about money is a big taboo. We might brag about a stock pick or a successful real estate deal we were invited to join.
Recent surveys have shown that 529 college-savings plans are one of the least-used options for financing a child’s higher education because parents said they don’t know much about them, but Social Finance Inc.’s newest offering could change that.