Thursday , 25 July 2024

Finance

These Are the World’s 10 Most Important Numbers (+4K Views)

There are many important numbers that have made this world what it currently is but the following 10 are the most important numbers, or constants, in the entire world. They have led to bridges being built, finances being accounted for, and the completion of many other significant and necessary tasks throughout history. Here they are.

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Ranked: The Best Countries to Retire in Around the World

Our global population is getting older. The OECD predicts that 30% of people worldwide will be aged 65 or over by 2050 and, while some countries are relatively prepared to handle this increase in the elderly demographic, others are already feeling the squeeze and struggling with the challenges that come with a rapidly aging population. What Makes a Country Retirement-Friendly? When …

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Americans: You Can Earn +7% With Series 1 Savings Bonds

Gold, commodities, Treasury inflation-protected securities (TIPS) or maybe bitcoin come to mind when thinking of inflation hedges. While all tend to work to some extent, each has its own quirks, and none cleanly moves in lockstep with inflation [but have you ever thought of investing in Series I savings bonds, or I bonds?

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The Top 10 Most Valuable U.S. Coins Found in Pocket Change (+20K Views)

There are a number of U.S. error coins and die varieties in circulation today worth from $30 to $35,000 because they have small distinguishing characteristics that make them rare and valuable. This article will tell you which of your pocket change coins might be worth a large premium over face value, and why. Words: 1100

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10 Drastic – But Doable – Ways To Get Out Of Debt Quickly (+4K Views)

When people talk about getting their personal finances in order, they usually try to find relatively pain-free and low-cost ways to reduce debt and increase savings but this is a long-term approach which some people just cannot "afford". For them it may be worthwhile to consider taking the hard way out of debt. Let me explain.

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