Monthly Archives: August 2022

More about the book

The title of the book is “Early Retirement Extreme — A philosophical and practical guide to financial independence”. In terms of physical properties, it is 238 pages long and has 400+ words per page. The ink-density is high, a comparable

Retiree Group Endorses Jahana Hayes for Re-election to U.S. House

Cites Commitment to Expanding and Protecting Earned Social Security and Medicare Benefits, Lowering Drug Prices Waterbury, CT – Members of the Alliance for Retired Americans proudly announced their endorsement of Jahana Hayes for re-election to the U.S. House of Representatives

Royal Mail staff go on strike again over pay row

The strikes will disrupt delivery of packages and letters, and further strikes are planned for September.

Laybuy to share details of buy now, pay later debt

The buy now, pay later provide will share information with credit reference agency Experian.

Persil advert banned for misleading green claims

A advert for Persil laundry detergent has been banned for “unsubstantiated” eco claims.

Ryanair will grow even faster in recession, boss says

People will still fly during a downturn but they will choose low-fare airlines, Michael O’Leary says.

Eurostar to suspend direct trains to Disneyland Paris

The service from London will be suspended from 5 June next year to focus on “core routes”.

US mortgage lenders are starting to go bankrupt — how this one factor could be triggering the worst surge of failures since 2008

Economist predicts a ‘whopper’ of recession in 2023 — and that’s not necessarily due to higher interest rates

I tried ‘quiet quitting’ before it had a name — and I’ve regretted it ever since