A UN report from earlier this year alleged that North Korean banks and firms have maintained access to international financial markets through a network of Chinese-based front companies. Coal exports from North Korea have since been stopped under UN sanctions, and the UN Security Council (including China) unanimously agreed further sanctions last Saturday. The most
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Before you buy a third-party travel insurance policy, check to see if you already have some protections through other sources. For example, a homeowners or renters insurance policy may cover your belongings away from home, said Worters — helping alleviate worries about theft or lost baggage. Travel insurance is also a common perk for credit
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Mark Dougherty makes a few thousand extra bucks a year as a hired driver for people who need to get their cars and moving trucks across the country. The retired 70-year-old charges $10 per hour driving time and uses Google maps to estimate his fee, plus expenses like one-way plane tickets, gas, lodging and meals.
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President Donald Trump‘s pledge to “Make America Great Again” requires nothing less than reigniting economic growth and prosperity. Wealth creation is essential. Yet as Congress pivots to tax reform — which is crucial to the wealth creation that will put the nation back on the prosperous path — the president can take matters into his
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J.C. Penney‘s stock was in free fall Friday after the besieged retailer turned in a mixed report for the second quarter. With earnings and same-store sales falling short of Wall Street estimates, Penney’s shares sank more than 16 percent shortly in early trading, at one point hitting a low not seen since at least 1972.
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The NACS survey found that as students progress throughout their academic careers, they become savvier shoppers and are more likely to comparison shop at multiple sources to find the best deal. Sites like CampusBooks.com, BigWords.com and BookFinder.com, among others, track books for new, used and rental texts. When you’re comparing prices, make sure you’re looking
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“I’m supportive of this,” said certified financial planner Hans “John” Scheil, CEO and owner of Cardinal Retirement Planning in Cary, North Carolina. “The reality is that most people don’t have their 401(k)s properly allocated. And most don’t ever reassess where they stand.” Most companies (62.1 percent) in the Callan study have done a re-enrollment when
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