Monthly Archives: August 2023

Social Security Update for September: What You Need to Know

If you receive Social Security payments, whether you’re in retirement or have a disability, the Social Security Administration (SSA) calculates your benefits as a monthly sum. Each aspect of the program, both Social Security and Supplemental Security Income (SSI), then

FIRE Movement (Financial Independence, Retire Early) Method Doesn’t Work

As people are increasingly looking to retire early and live off their investments, the FIRE movement has gained popularity in recent years. In spite of this, the FIRE method is not for everyone. In fact, there are many reasons why

Families worried about expenses after flights axed

Passengers are having to fork out for food, travel and accommodation, but are worried about costs.

Pass AI law soon or risk falling behind, MPs warn

The commons technology committee urges new legislation for the UK to take lead on AI regulation.

M&S returns to FTSE 100 on food and clothes boost

The retailer returned to the FTSE 100 index of Britain’s biggest listed companies on Wednesday.

Wilko: Warning warehouse staff face redundancy

Job cuts may resume on Thursday if the current bidder does not submit the necessary paperwork in time.

Lego sees profits fall as pandemic boost fades

Danish toy giant sees fall in profit but remains largest toymaker in the world by market share.

Warren Buffett Turns 93: His Top Investment Advice and Succession Plan

Trump overstated net worth by up to $2.2 billion, New York AG says

Baby Boomers, Brace Yourselves: You Need This Much Money to Retire Comfortably