January 31 is the deadline for sending Forms 1099. But if yours doesn’t arrive, here’s why you shouldn’t ask.
VideoLast year, Tesla Motors announced a dual-motor version of the Model S vehicle called the P85D. One of the biggest differences between the original Model S and the P85D is acceleration. The original Model S goes from 0-60MPH in 5.9 seconds, but the Model S P85D can hit the same speed […]
According to a new study, the financial abuse of elders costs over 12 times what was previously thoght. Seniors are being ripped off for as much as $36.48B a year. Surprisingly, younger, urban well educated seniors lose more money than those who are older, less sophisticated and more isolated. The study shows us the risks. We need to warn our elders, monitor their financial activity and engage in ongoing conversations about their finances with t hem.
What is imperative is forging viable, mutually beneficial, and dynamically productive relationship with China, a new China-influenced world and, especially, regional order. Accepting the “Red Ships” (i.e., China) challenge is–or should be–the supreme endeavor of Japan’s leaders now, says Seguchi. He hopes–no doubt wistfully–that Prime Minister Abe will offer evidence that he is engaged in this endeavor when he visits Washington, D.C. for commemoration of the 70th anniversary of Japan’s defeat this May.
Last month, impact investing and crowdfunding platform Gate Global Impact was acquired by Investview, Inc. (OTCQB: INVU). Vince Molinari, CEO of Gate Global Impact and Dr. Joseph Louro, CEO of Investview, will be joining me for a live discussion about the deal and its impact. Note that Gate Global Impact sponsored the […]
No country can escape its past – or its present – just as no country can escape the influence of deeper psychological imperatives. In the stories we tell ourselves we struggle to come to terms with our past, our present, and our future – we look back in nostalgia and try to avoid the confrontation with our collective shame, we look around at others with uncertainty and suspicion, and we look forward with hope and apprehension. We carry within us tensions that struggle for synthesis and resolution. The stories we tell ourselves – that we’re ok and they’re not ok – are way too simple.