admin

Amid an outcry about Federal Reserve officials owning and trading individual securities, an in-depth look by CNBC at officials’ financial disclosures found three who last year held assets of the same type the Fed itself was buying, including Chairman Jerome Powell. None of these holdings or transactions appeared to violate the Fed’s code of conduct.
0 Comments
In this article GSKY GS Sam Edwards | Getty Images The day before Goldman Sachs announced its $2.2 billion purchase of fintech lender GreenSky, someone placed options trades that immediately soared in value, moves that market participants say indicates advance knowledge of the deal. On Sept. 14, the trader bought 8,000 options that would only
0 Comments
The first look at the crew in orbit, from left: Jared Isaacman, Hayley Arceneaux, Chris Sembroski, Sian Proctor. Inspiration4 Inspiration4, which launched with Elon Musk’s SpaceX on Wednesday evening, shared the first photos from day one in orbit and gave an up-close look at the expansive views of Earth from the spacecraft’s “cupola” window. The
0 Comments
Kellie Rastegar is Co-Founder and Creative Director at Rastegar Property Company. Without question, affordable housing has caused contention across all classes. According to “The State of the Nation’s Housing 2021” report (subscription required), homebuyers and homeowners are currently divided into different categories. One category is rushing to purchase a home from savings acquired during the pandemic,
0 Comments
When it comes to luxury real estate, location is key. From properties with French alpine to Pacific Ocean views, these luxury listings take advantage of their picturesque settings.  French alpine chalet  Location: Courchevel Le Praz, France  Price: $7.542 million (EUR 6.36 million) A top-of-the-line kitchen blends in nicely with the chalet’s wood-paneled walls and vaulted …
0 Comments
Forbes compared more than 500 locations in America on everything from air quality to availability of doctors. But unlike other retirement lists, this one places greater emphasis on access to leisure pursuits —from the arts, learning and fine dining to hiking, skiing, sailing and golf.  Last year, Penny and Brad Bibey sold their Camarillo, Calif.,
0 Comments
In this photo illustration, a digital “green pass” which certifies immunity or the Covid-19. Diego Puletto | Getty Images News | Getty Images LONDON — Italy has become the first European country to make a Covid certificate mandatory for all workers, as countries start to take stronger measures in an effort to boost inoculation rates. 
0 Comments
Recent Proposal The House Democrats are proposing a $3.5 trillion spending plan. To support that package the Democrats have proposed tax increases to fund a large portion of that plan. The House Ways and Means Committee just issued statutory language for the tax increase proposal. While the tax legislative process will no doubt evolve with
0 Comments
By Kimberly A. Eddleston and Jonas Ruzek, Next Avenue Editor’s note: This article is co-written by a member of the board of editors at EIX.org from The Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation, which is a funder of a Next Avenue. The new, buzzy Netflix NFLX documentary on the late, beloved, iconic public broadcasting TV host, painter Bob Ross — “Bob
0 Comments
By Chris Farrell, Next Avenue In the quest to rethink and reimagine the second half of life, growing numbers of professionals, white-collar workers and highly skilled trade people are making the transition to the nonprofit sector. And they’re often delighted about it. I talked to two of them recently about this — Donna Svendsen and
0 Comments
By Richard Eisenberg, Next Avenue Editor Don’t hate Michael Clinton for the ways he’s roaring into the second half of life — running marathons in every continent (even Antarctica), launching a foundation that makes random acts of kindness grants and enrolling in a master’s program in nonprofit management at Columbia University. Instead, try to emulate and learn from
0 Comments
The subject of additional regulation in the crypto space has been especially buzzy lately, and on Tuesday, Gary Gensler, chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, told the Senate Banking Committee that the SEC is working overtime to create a set of rules for crypto markets to protect investors, among other things. In response, both
0 Comments
Today’s column addresses questions about whether and where domestic partners can qualify as married for Social Security benefits, potential effects of selling a home while receiving Social Security disability benefits and ways to increase benefit rates for people who never married. Larry Kotlikoff is a Professor of Economics at Boston University and the founder and
0 Comments