When selling a home, there are going to be a lot of people coming and going and checking out the property. As a real estate agent, it’s your job to be able to distinguish between a viewer with intent and a run-of-the-mill looky-loo. Your success in negotiation is going be planted firmly in your ability to read the homebuyer.
President Trump earned $598 million in income last year, according to his personal financial disclosure report released by the Office of Government Ethics on Friday evening.
Too much stuff in your house can be overwhelming and costing you money.
That ham-and-cheese, bag of chips and diet soda you bought for lunch during work is no big deal, right? It’s just $11. Nothing more than a rounding error in your personal finances.
The Center for Public Integrity today added more than 100 new Trump administration officials’ financial disclosures to a searchable, sortable database first launched in April.
While the revitalized United States economy and strong financial markets are part of the story, the biggest factors affecting American employees’ financial optimism are tied to their personal situations, a study from Bank of America Merrill Lynch has found.
The US dollar nursed losses on Monday, coming close to a seven-month low against a currency basket plumbed after disappointing US employment data prompted investors to pare back their expectations of future US Federal Reserve rate hikes.
Sometimes when you run into a financial glitch or roadblock, it can make you feel a tad better to know that you’re not alone.
When it comes to personal finances, there’s a yawning gap between the Millennial and Baby Boomer generations, with younger Americans more confident that their senior years will be golden, but feeling a lot more stressed in the here and now.
The current state of personal banking is all about the consumer and financial institutions are responding by incorporating new personalised and predictive financial technologies that require consumers’ unfettered access to their financial data.