Vacation survival tips from 5 financial professionals

For Ryan Decker, surviving the holiday shopping season is all about planning ahead. In fact, if he sees a gift for one of his two young sons in March, he’ll go ahead and buy it, instead of rushing through his December shopping list. “It lightens the load greatly,” he says, making December bills easier because … Read more

Yale University has sued its students’ mental health policies

Hartford, Connecticut – Yale University is accused in a federal lawsuit filed Wednesday of discriminating against students with mental abilities health Disabilities, including pressure for some to withdraw from the prestigious institution and then placing “unreasonable burdens” on those seeking to return. The lawsuit, filed in the US District Court in Connecticut on behalf of … Read more

Disney’s Robert Iger Faces Turbulent Animation Market As ‘Strange World’ Bombs

Los Angeles – Walt Addition Disney a company dis -0.01% Animated woes of Robert Egger’s to-do list. The company’s latest release, “The Strange World,” this weekend became the second consecutive Disney animated show to blow up at the box office, taking in $18.6 million since opening Wednesday. The offering marks the second miss of 2022 … Read more

The Twitter Exodus hits teams charged with organizational and content issues globally

Elon Musk A step to purify Twitter Inc. employees. who do not see itThe n has led to a wave of departures among policy and safety issue officers around the world, prompting questions from regulators in key jurisdictions about the site’s ongoing compliance efforts. departure of employeesIn recent days, it has included dozens of people … Read more

OPEC+ is looking to increase production ahead of restrictions on Russian oil

Group delegates said Saudi Arabia and other OPEC oil producers are discussing increasing production, in a move that could help heal the rift with the Biden administration and keep energy flowing amid new attempts to undermine Russia’s oil industry over the war in Ukraine. Delegates said increasing production by up to 500,000 barrels per day … Read more

Janet Yellen says some of Russia’s sanctions could extend beyond the end of the Ukraine war

Nusa Dua, Indonesia – US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said some sanctions on Russia could remain in place even after any final peace deal with Ukraine, raising the prospect of a long-term US effort to squeeze the Russian economy. Ms. Yellen said any final peace deal would include a review of the sanctions that the … Read more

I’m a flight attendant, I’m 61 and I want to retire at 70. I’m going to get a $900 pension a month and I’ll get Social Security, but I only have $150,000 in my 401(k). Should I get professional help?

This hostess is looking for financial help from a counselor, but how should she choose the right person? Getty Images A question: I think I need a financial advisor. I am 61 years old and plan to retire at 70. I am a flight attendant and will have a pension of just over $900 a … Read more

Australia blames Russians for health insurance data theft

Canberra, Australia – Moscow must hold Russian cybercriminals accountable for hacking AustraliaLarger health Australian officials said on Friday that the insurance company is dumping customers’ personal medical records on the dark web. The Australian Federal Police has taken the unusual step of blaming unresolved people cyber crime It resulted in the theft of personal data … Read more

The October inflation report showed that consumer prices increased by 7.7% from the previous year

Inflation fell last month to the slowest pace since January but remained elevated, which could keep Fed officials on the right track Starting to slow down the pace of interest rate hikes Designed to tame price pressures. The Ministry of Labor said on Thursday that it has The Consumer Price Index rose 7.7%. in October … Read more

Rivian losses are increasing as they continue to burn money

The Irvine, California-based company said it was delaying the launch of a more affordable model, dubbed the R2, until 2026. Rivian CEO RJ Scaringe said the date change was to ensure there was enough time to prepare for production at the new plant. Rivian’s third-quarter revenue was approximately $536 million, reflecting continued production increases at … Read more