Monthly Archives: May 2023

Early Retirement Resources 5/30/2023

I hope you enjoyed the long weekend to kick off summer as we remember those who have served our country. Let’s jump right into our selections. We explore financial planning considerations during rapidly changing economic conditions, blind spots we may

What Should You Look for in a Retirement Advisor?

Are you approaching retirement and feeling overwhelmed by the financial decisions you need to make? Do you want to ensure that your retirement years are comfortable and stress-free? If so, finding the right retirement advisor can be crucial to achieving

People urged to cash in unused energy bill support vouchers

Households with prepayment meters need to claim full support for bills before the 30 June deadline.

Nearly 800 mortgage deals pulled amid uncertainty over rates

Lenders are “reassessing” their offers amid concerns about how high interest rates will go.

Train strikes: How drivers’ walkout on Wednesday will affect you

What you need to know about the walkout by Aslef train drivers, by the BBC’s Zoe Conway.

Universal credit childcare funding to rise 47% from June

From 28 June, parents on universal credit can claim up to £1,630 childcare for two or more children.

Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes begins 11-year prison sentence

The Theranos founder, 39, was convicted last year of defrauding investors and wire fraud.

A 24-year-old stock trader who made over $8 million in 2 years shares the 4 indicators he uses as his guides to buy and sell

Supermarket price rises hit new high in May

Fresh produce prices are lower but coffee and chocolate as well as non-food items lift inflation.

Amazon to offer parents term-time-only working

The online giant is offering a flexible contract but the GMB union says workers want higher pay.