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The Eurozone is in play: are you ready

Has a declining oil price saved the Eurozone?

After a year of tentative recovery in 2014, the latest EY Eurozone forecast expects growth in  the Eurozone to accelerate in 2015 With GDP growth increasing from 0.9% in 2014 to 1.5% this year and then to 1.8% in 2016. 797 more words

Business Economics

Increasing Inequality? Not so Fast

In recent months, the subject of income inequality in the US has become a popular Democrat talking point during election seasons. According to the claim, the gap between the wealthiest and lowest income groups is widening to record levels, which perpetuates an unfair system. 640 more words


3 On Your Side: Tax Preparers Warn Customers Of Big Changes That Could Affect Tax Returns This Year

By Jim Donovan

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Tax preparers across the country are warning customers of big changes that could affect tax returns this year and whether you owe or will get money back. 323 more words

Watch + Listen

Our 40 Acres and A Mule?

Good Morning Sisters In Success! I was talking with a family member who is in the process of purchasing a home, with her husband. She said that they’re being put on a budget to make sure the process is a success. 543 more words

Poor Finances = Poor Health?

Does it follow that if your finances are in poor shape so too must your health be?

This is a question that has been rearing its head in my household for the past couple of years and it was brought home to us last week that despite the “free” healthcare we are entitled to here in the UK, that yes, poor finances do mean that your health is going to be poor too. 973 more words


Houses in Sabah, Sarawak, KL severely unaffordable

Houses in Sabah, Sarawak, KL severely unaffordable, study finds

Sabah has the most expensive homes in Malaysia, says PKR-powered think tank Institut Rakyat, with the average home in the country’s easternmost state costing 11 times more than a family’s median annual income of RM34,320. 292 more words


Housing crisis worse than official figures suggest

Numbers by states show housing crisis worse than official figures suggest, think tank says

KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 3 — A breakdown according to individual states show that the problem of unaffordable homes may be almost twice as dire as the national average indicates, a local think-tank said today. 371 more words