How financial fitness courses in the workplace can be a win-win

Financial capability in Australia is nearing a crisis. Unlike many other developed countries, the average Australian household's debt has tripled over the past 25 years and almost two million Australians are struggling to repay their credit-card debt. In a recent survey, one-in-five respondents reported that winning the lottery was the "most practical strategy for accumulating several hundred thousand dollars" of […]

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Debate night 2: Here’s how much money tonight's candidates have spent

New report reveals outlandish spending from 2020 Democratic candidates “Part of the Problem” podcast host Dave Smith, liberal radio talk show host Leslie Marshall and “The Jamie Weinstein Show” podcast host Jamie Weinstein on a new report, which revealed some of the things the 2020 Democratic campaigns spent money on. Democrats ready to take the stage in the second night […]

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Kent Ingle: How can we instill the hope of Christianity in a generation tired of tight reins of religion?

Is the right to freedom of religion being infringed upon in America? Rabbi Abraham Cooper, Simon Wiesenthal and Qanta Ahmed weigh in on freedom of religion in America. Recent studies from the General Social Survey found that atheists make up the largest religious group in America. Catholics and Evangelicals fall right behind. Those who identify with “no religion” now account […]

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How 100 ‘LinkedIn lunches’ with strangers changed Kaley’s life

Kaley Chu will soon embark on her 150th "LinkedIn lunch" – shared meals with people she met via the networking platform. Chu's new year's resolution was to have lunch with 100 successful individuals – most of them senior business people, all of them strangers – to improve her professional and personal capacity. Kaley Chu at lunch with Ray Malone, founder […]

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How to Become a Retail Legend: Recognize That “Selling” Isn’t the Whole Story

Actions speak louder than words, or so they say. But if you're trying to understand what makes a person tick, letting them explain their actions isn't so bad a method. For this Rule Breaker Investing episode, host David Gardner is delivering his tenth "Great Quotes" themed show, and he leads it off with an unusually long quote from a businessman […]

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How to buy a home, millennial style

Millennials have been driving home sales the past few years but they’re doing so cautiously. (Photo: Getty Images) Tired of squandering more than $2,500 a month on rent in downtown Washington, DC, Tyler Hanson, 30, finally decided to buy a place for herself and her 4-year-old daughter. But she had a non-negotiable rule: One of her bi-weekly paychecks had to cover […]

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