Don Briscoe – Money Pacers

Author: Don Briscoe

Finance educator, advisor, and leading voice in the global financial literacy movement. Founder and editor of MoneyPacers.com. He lives and enjoys life with his family in New York.
U.S. Wages Maybe On The Rise

U.S. Wages Maybe On The Rise

(Business) U.S., wages maybe on the rise at a pace that is probably faster than the recent data suggest, according to a leading labor economist at the U.S. central bank. Officials at the Federal Reserve and other economists have publicly puzzled over sluggish wage growth despite a 16-year low unemployment rate. Some observers have speculated …

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Why Should You Have Insurance Policies?

Why Should You Have Insurance Policies?

Who needs insurance policies? People who work hard to build a solid financial footing for their family, and want to be sure that everything they’ve built is protected. Because accidents and disasters can and do happen, you want to be adequately insured, otherwise you could find yourself in financial ruin because of debt. Health insurance …

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Creating Good Family Financial Habits

Creating Good Family Financial Habits

(Family) It can take years of experience to develop good financial habits, but the benefits of being responsible with your spending are well worth any effort it takes to develop good practices. When you have your finances under control, you can keep you and your family out of debt, you can maintain a strong credit …

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Bank CEO Tells Customers Don’t Expect Fraud Refunds

Bank CEO Tells Customers Don’t Expect Fraud Refunds

Definite progress for RBS, DOJ still hanging over bank from CNBC. (Banking)  Victims of bank fraud should not expect automatic refunds and are sometimes at fault for not taking a “duty of care”, the CEO of RBS has reportedly said. Chief Executive Ross McEwan said that banks could not always be blamed if customers give …

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Apple Recent Sales Suggest iPhone 8 To Hit All Time High

Apple Recent Sales Suggest iPhone 8 To Hit All Time High

Apple said Tuesday that fiscal third-quarter unit sales of its iPhone rose 2 percent, to 41 million, from a year ago, above expectations. That’s a reverse from the second quarter in which iPhone sales surprisingly went down.  Apple sold $24.85 billion worth of iPhones in the period, compared with $24.05 billion a year ago. That estimate suggests Apple is likely …

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