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Do You Need a Financial Detox?

Do You Need a Financial Detox?

LifeStyle
There’s nothing better than a good detox for your health and well-being. Whether you meditate to restore your mind, whip up green smoothies to cleanse your body, or practice yoga to renew your spirit, we all detox in one way or another. Similarly, it’s a healthy exercise to hit the restart button for your financial well-being. If you’re still suffering from a holiday spending binge or your money resolutions fell off track, a financial detox is a restorative way to repair any damage. Here are some simple ways to get started. featured image from free people ...see the slideshow here The post Do You Need a Financial Detox? appeared first on Camille Styles.
Robert Mueller Bulldozes Trump’s Red Line By Investigating Jared Kushner For Financial Crimes

Robert Mueller Bulldozes Trump’s Red Line By Investigating Jared Kushner For Financial Crimes

Politics
Robert Mueller has gone exactly where Trump didn’t want him to go. The Special Counsel is investigating Trump son in law Jared Kushner for financial crimes. CNN reported, “Special counsel Robert Mueller’s interest in Jared Kushner has expanded beyond his contacts with Russia and now includes his efforts to secure financing for his company from […] The post Robert Mueller Bulldozes Trump’s Red Line By Investigating Jared Kushner For Financial Crimes appeared first on Politicus USA.
In California, fear may be driving eligible immigrant youth from applying for college financial aid

In California, fear may be driving eligible immigrant youth from applying for college financial aid

Politics
Applications for the California Dream Act—which allows eligible undocumented immigrant youth access to state financial aid for college—are down.  "We're 20,000 students behind," said the California Student Aid Commission’s Lupita Cortez Alcalá. With a deadline about two weeks away, officials say applications are at one-half of what they were last year, and they’re pretty sure they know why: College counselors and Cortez Alcalá cite immigrant families' increasing distrust of the government. Students are especially concerned about the fate of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, which hangs in the balance. "There's rumors about ICE raids all the time — some unfounded and some maybe founded," said Jane Slater, a teacher at Sequoia High School in Redwood City, Calif.
Man City highlight Roman Abramovich’s Chelsea financial problems

Man City highlight Roman Abramovich’s Chelsea financial problems

Sports
Roman Abramovich & Chelsea Chelsea are back in action on Monday night in the Premier League. After losing 4-1 to Watford last weekend, is anyone confident that Chelsea will beat West Brom at Stamford Bridge? Ahead of the game, the Sunday Times have looked into Roman Abramovich and Chelsea’s spending patterns in recent season. Despite the Russian plowing in a billion pounds into Chelsea since he arrived at the club, the case is made that Abramovich and Chelsea now have problem. Behind Man City, Man United When it comes to spending these days, Chelsea are behind Manchesters City and United. Those numbers are detailed and fleshed out in the Sunday Times as follows: In these past six years (Man) City have flourished thanks to Abu Dhabi and the traditional powers exploiting their comm