Diversity in Hollywood is “better in some ways and worse in others,” actor Alfonso Ribeiro, star of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and Host of America's Funniest Home Videos told Yahoo Finance when discussing how the industry has evolved over the years.
'Sell in May and go away,' advises the trading maxim. But with stocks at record highs, one trader at the New York Stock Exchange is recommending a related but different strategy.
In a new interview, BNY Mellon Wealth Management CEO Catherine Keating affirmed the bank's support for inclusive democracy, describing broad access to the polls as "good for the economy."
It’s quite likely national marijuana laws will be reformed sometime this year. Fortunes will be made and lost here no doubt. But more importantly, lives won’t be ruined over smoking something that through capricious historical precedents became verboten.
Many aren’t aware that voter’s registration for the May 2022 elections is still ongoing. It may be challenging to register as a voter with the pandemic and community quarantines. But we can’t stress this enough: Don’t forget to fulfill your duty as a Filipino citizen. Voter’s registration is the first step to exercising your right to vote for the next leaders who will shape our country’s economy, international relations, public health, and other critical national policies. If you wish to vote in the upcoming elections, know the requirements for voter’s registration in the Philippines, as well as the COMELEC requirements for new voters. #MagpaRehistroKa na! Here’s a quick guide to walk you through COMELEC registration 2021. What is Voter’s Registration? Voter registration is the process in which a qualified voter files a sworn application before the election officer of the city or municipality where the applicant lives. Upon approval by the Election Registration Board, the applicant’s record is included in the book of voters. It’s a requirement for any Filipino who wishes to join in choosing the next public officials in the Philippine elections, as well as those who plan to run for public office. Who Can Register as a Voter in the Philippines? You’re qualified to register as a voter in the Philippines if you meet all these eligibility requirements: Filipino citizen who has never registered with COMELEC At least 18 years old on or before the upcoming election on May 9, 2022 At least 15 but not older than 30 years old for Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) Elections Living... The post COMELEC Registration 2021: How to Register as a Voter appeared first on Moneymax.
As the Biden administration floats the likelihood of higher corporate taxes, big companies like Nike (NKE) have come under fire from a number of politicians — including Sen. Bernie Sanders — for not paying their fair share. In a statement given to Yahoo Finance, the Swoosh brand is fighting back, saying it pays federal, state, and local taxes.
Health experts are wary to consider a floor target for COVID-19 cases before recommending the U.S. fully remove restrictions.
Stocks traded higher Friday in another record-setting day on Wall Street, with a batch of stronger-than-expected economic data and corporate earnings results helping fuel a risk rally.
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Stuart Appelbaum, the president of the union that recently fell short in organizing Amazon workers at a warehouse in Alabama, sharply criticized Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos on Friday for a pledge he made the day before that the company needs to "do better" for its employees.
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DBS Group Holdings Ltd. said it will maintain exposure to the coal sector until 2039, by which time its loans to mining and generation companies using the dirtiest fossil fuel will be repaid.
When the COVID-19 pandemic rapidly descended on the U.S. economy in the winter of 2020, one of the first economic data points that captured the sheer scale of the looming disaster was weekly initial jobless claims.
Sending your child to college may seem unaffordable if you compute all the expenses. Whether you’re planning to enroll your child in a public or private school, education in the Philippines is not cheap. But there are educational plans available to help you develop a disciplined savings plan that will pay for your child’s education. And there are many life insurance companies offering some of the best educational plans in the Philippines. Let’s explore them in this guide. What are Educational Plans and How Do They Work? An educational plan is a savings, insurance, and investment plan that helps parents save funds for their child’s college education. The savings and investment portion of an educational plan builds up a fixed fund for a certain period, and the insurance portion provides life protection for the payor, usually the parent, during the term of the plan. Should anything happen to the payor that results in permanent disability or death, the payor or the beneficiaries (in this case, the child) is guaranteed a payout. Upon the educational plan’s maturity, the payor can use it to pay for the child’s college education. Are Educational Plans Worth It? Yes, especially if you want to make sure your child gets a quality education without worrying about the financial burden. It’s every parent’s dream to see their child finish college. But the sad reality is that not all Filipinos can afford the cost of education in the Philippines. Furthermore, tuition fees today will not be the same 10 or 15 years from now. Because of inflation, tuition and... The post 10 Educational Plans in the Philippines Every Parent Should Consider appeared first on Moneymax.
Who says owning a credit card has to be boring? That’s the stereotype that this UnionBank PlayEveryday review is looking to shatter today. Because after all, you can make a game out of anything and that includes using a credit card for all your daily transactions. So how exactly can the UnionBank PlayEveryday Credit Card gamify your finances? Read our latest edition of Moneymax Reviews because this might as well become your next go-to credit card. UnionBank PlayEveryday Credit Card Key Features To start this UnionBank PlayEveryday review, let’s check out the key features of the credit card of the hour. Annual fee: PHP 1,500 Interest rate: 2% Minimum monthly income requirement: PHP 30,000 Cash advance fee: PHP 200 per cash advance and 1.96% finance charge per month until date of repayment Late payment fee: PHP 750 Overlimit fee: PHP 500 Foreign currency fee: 3% Card replacement fee: PHP 400 Read more: Your Simple 5-Step Guide to UnionBank Credit Card Application Why Should I Play with the UnionBank PlayEveryday? Aside from its unique name, what sets apart the UnionBank PlayEveryday credit card is its focus on gamifying your credit card transactions. To find out more, let’s explore its rewards system and see whether this credit card deserves its name. Exciting Play Points System The UnionBank PlayEveryday prides itself as having the first gamified banking rewards program in the Philippines, and for good reason. For starters, you earn one (1) Play Point for every PHP 10 spend, one of the lowest point conversion rates out there. To earn points, you just need to use the UnionBank PlayEveryday to... The post Moneymax Reviews: Level Up Your Game with UnionBank PlayEveryday appeared first on Moneymax.
Citigroup will exit its consumer franchises in Australia, Bahrain, China, India, Indonesia, South Korea, Malaysia, the Philippines, Poland, Russia, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.