Jan 31, 2019
Some elite colleges are extending their application deadlines.
The common application has increased the number of applications-
but has also hurt the percentage of accepted students that choose
to attend. That is putting pressure on colleges to make sure they
have enough students enrolled when the dust settles.
Jan 29, 2019
Unconventional mortgages are making a comeback bringing back
memories of the so-called "Liar Loans" that played a role in the
housing crisis a decade ago.
Lenders are turning to borrowers with harder-to-document finances, helping growth in the kind of home loans panned for role in housing meltdown. We are also talking...
Jan 26, 2019
A new study shows that your kid's toys might be worth more, over time, than an investment in a precious metal. Should you change your investment strategy? Are collectibles actually worth allocating investment dollars to purchase? We'll also talk about the just-ended government shutdown. How do families who were impacted...
Jan 24, 2019
Starbucks has partnered with Uber Eats to deliver coffee and food to patrons in cities around the nation. Why would Starbucks make this move when they offer their own delivery service? We'll share details plus talk about lessons you can use from this partnership.
Plus thrift stores are benefitting as Americans clean out...
Jan 22, 2019
3 stocks to buy and hold for a decade. We'll talk through one piece which predicts three stocks that will generate passive income and dividends for you over the long term. Should you change your porfolio? Also, we cover why the stock market is headed for a quick, "V" shaped recovery, and what that means for your money. ...