Monthly Archives: May 2017

How To Set Up a Trust Fund If You’re Not Rich

Tim Parker If you’ve heard of trust funds but don’t know what they are or how they work, you’re not alone. Many people know just one key fact about trust funds: They’re set up by the ultra-wealthy as a way to protect passing on significant sums of money to family, friends or entities (charities, for… Read More »

Concerns Over Trump Dent Global Stocks, Dollar

Vikram Subhedar LONDON (Reuters) – Concern that U.S. President Donald Trump’s reform agenda could be slowed down, and that Trump himself could even face the threat of impeachment, added to disappointing U.S. economic data on Wednesday to hit the dollar and spur a pullback in richly valued stocks. Reports that Trump asked then-FBI Director James… Read More »

The 10 Best Ways for Business Owners to Save Money

Brian Rashid Leaders of small and large companies alike can struggle with saving money. With rising costs starting to strangle small businesses, it’s more important than ever to tighten your belt and pay close attention to what’s flowing in and out of your bank account. Without a team of pricey accountants and financial planners, this can… Read More »

Stocks Soar on French Election, Trump Tax Cut Hopes

Paul R. La Monica Vive la France! Investors around the world cheered the French presidential election results. The hope is that the centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron will have no problem defeating the anti-EU challenger Marine Le Pen in a runoff election on May 7. Stocks soared in Europe and were set to pop in the… Read More »