Monthly Archives: September 2021

KHN: An Ad’s Charge That Price Haggling Would ‘Swipe $500 Billion From Medicare’ Is Incorrect

“These guys [insurance companies and Washington bureaucrats] are working together to swipe $500 billion from Medicare to pay for Pelosi and Schumer’s out-of-control spending spree.” Video advertisement from the 60 Plus American Association of Senior Citizens The advertisement opens with a doctor sitting

Should You Invest Your Retirement Savings in Crypto?

Cryptocurrency has grown increasingly mainstream as more and more investors add digital coins to their portfolios. If you have the appetite for crypto, you may be contemplating the idea of investing in it for your retirement. And if so, you

UK furlough scheme ends amid calls for further support

Firms still relying on the job protection scheme call for more support as it is wound up.

Three more energy firms go bust amid gas price rise

Enstroga, Igloo Energy and Symbio Energy are the latest to go under, Ofgem announces.

Amazon offers bonuses to attract 20,000 temporary staff

The retail giant will pay sign-on fees to temporary staff as it recruits 20,000 seasonal workers.

Katty Kay: Former BBC journalist quits US media firm

Ms Kay has quit Ozy Media after reports one of its executives deceived potential investors.

Covid: What impact has the furlough scheme had?

The scheme to protect jobs is coming to an end having cost nearly £70bn.

Congress is about to kill this popular retirement tax move

Penny Stocks to Watch for October 2021

Time to Go Bottom Fishing? These 3 ‘Strong Buy’ Stocks Are on Sale