When do you need to get a financial adviser?

When is it time for someone to get a financial adviser? Edward Jones managing partner Penny Pennington talks about when a financial adviser makes sense for someone and how having a third party looking after your financial goals can be helpful. Penny Pennington was a financial adviser for years before becoming Edward Jones' managing partner, so she knows when it's time […]

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What happens if you take the plunge and ask for money help?

Dear Nicole, The information you have given me about the possibility of being eligible for a British pension  has been helpful beyond my expectation. However, after an interminable wait and filling in all of the required forms for the UK overseas pensions department, I finally got a notification from the UK Pensions office today, which advises that I am not […]

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No wagyu for you: ASIC loses landmark case against Westpac

The corporate watchdog has lost a landmark case against Westpac Banking Corporation over the bank's alleged breaches of responsible lending laws after a judge found borrowers could ditch luxury food items like wagyu steak and shiraz for more humble fare. The Federal Court on Tuesday dismissed the Australian Securities and Investments Commission's case against the bank after finding the regulator […]

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Would you still vote for Trump if he was an admitted racist? One Republican Senate candidate answers: Maybe

CNN host Chris Cuomo, in a tense interview Tuesday night, asked Republican Senate candidate Kris Kobach whether he would still support President Trump even if Trump came forward and fully admitted to being a racist. Kobach, who is running for Senate in Kansas, ended the back-and-forth on that question with this answer: Cuomo had been questioning Kobach over the Trump […]

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Negative review? Now you can just delete it

Small businesses are at the mercy of negative customer reviews. A few words can have a devastating impact on your online reputation, future sales and even your recruitment efforts. One survey suggests a third (33 per cent) of business owners have seen competitors leave fake news or negative reviews about their business or service online. Nick Bell and Andrew Whitford, […]

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Facebook Wants to Pay You for Your Data

As if Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) didn't have enough data on its users, it's looking for more. The company released a new app on Tuesday, Study from Facebook, which gives smartphone owners the option to sell some of their data to the social network. But Facebook says it won't be using the data to target advertisements or to sell to third […]

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7 Ways You Should Never Answer "Why Should We Hire You?"

This article originally appeared on InHerSight.com, a website where women rate the female friendliness of their employers and get matched to companies that fit their needs. The question comes up in nearly every interview. It might be phrased in any number of ways, but every interviewer is going to ask, in some form, why should we hire you? The most […]

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