Finance

The Masters: Where Does the Money Come From & Where Does It All Go?

The first major championship of the year (the Masters) at Augusta National Golf Club is unique to the rest of major sports and golf as a whole for the simple fact that it does not pursue the most money possible. The club leaves millions of dollars on the table when you consider the relatively cheap ticket prices, insanely inexpensive food, and absence of online merchandise so where does the money come from and where does all of it go?

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Is Retiring Abroad the Right Decision For You? 10 Things To Consider

Retiring abroad is a lifelong dream for many. If you’ve contributed enough to a retirement account for most of your working life, the dream can turn into reality. Before you get your passport in order and start packing, though, there’s a long road of preparation to see if moving abroad is the right decision for you. Here are some points to consider.

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Stop The Rising Cost Of Living! Here’s How

Many times we think that the rising cost of living is a part of life but the truth is there are most likely things you are doing to artificially increase your cost of living. With a few small changes, you can lower your cost of living and start saving more money. Below are "tricks" on how to stop the rising cost of living:

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Compound Interest: “the eighth wonder of the world” – Here’s Why

Today's infographic...focuses on explaining the power of compound interest - an idea that is absolutely essential to understand. Indeed, the power of compound interest is so compelling that it’s been often called the “eighth wonder of the world”. Find out why this concept is so fundamental to personal finance in the following infographic:

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Cash-strapped U.S. Selling 41.3% of Hawaii & 100% of U.S. Virgin Islands To Canada

Canada's multi-year efforts to buy the Turks and Caicos Islands in the Caribbean as a sunny and warm winter vacation destination for it citizens have been abandoned with the announcement leaked today of the agreement to purchase 41.3% of the Hawaiian Islands and 100% of the U.S. Virgin Islands from the cash-strapped United States. The details of the sale follow.

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