Finance

Accenture won’t stop growing in the coronavirus era

Business consulting and outsourcing veteran Accenture (NYSE: ACN) declared its profits early Thursday morning. The report, covering the second quarter of fiscal 2020, beat Wall Street expectations and management painted a rosy picture of Accenture’s long-term outlook. The next few quarters will be tough, but the company is poised for …

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30-year mortgage hit record low

Mortgage rates have been competitive for some time, but today the 30-year fixed mortgage rate is at an all-time low. Mortgage rates have declined in recent weeks, and that’s a good thing for buyers looking to make their monthly payments more affordable. But today, a milestone has been taken: the …

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A timeline of times couples share their deepest financial secrets

Sharing your money secrets can be important to the progress of your relationship, but when should you be talking about money? Sharing your money secrets can be important to the progress of your relationship, but when should you be talking about money? When you fall in love, there is a …

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Why Chewy Stock rose 12% in October

What happened Shares of a pet-goods e-commerce company soft (NYSE: CHWY) rose 12.3% in October, according to data provided by S&P Global Market Intelligenceunlike the S&P 500 index which fell by almost 3%. The action gained ground steadily throughout the month before receiving a disproportionate boost late after announcing a …

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New Marijuana REIT Rival for Innovative Industrial Properties Hits the Market

Since its IPO at the end of 2017, Innovative industrial properties (NYSE: IIPR) was the only publicly traded cannabis-focused real estate investment trust (REIT). But in the near future, a new kid will arrive in the neighborhood. Like Innovative, this company will only focus on grow spaces, processing facilities, retail …

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Do you need a down payment for a lease?

The simple answer is no, you don’t need to put down a deposit on a car rental contract, but you can. Putting money on a lease doesn’t reduce the overall cost like it does with an auto loan, but it does lower the monthly payment. Pay a deposit on a …

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Should you rent to own a home?

Benefits of renting with an option to buy a home A lease with an option to buy a home usually occurs with real estate that is difficult to sell. The seller is usually asking for too much money or the market has a lot of inventory that is not moving. …

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Top 5 Asia-Pacific ETFs

The Asia-Pacific region is a hotbed of economic activity, bringing together a wide range of countries at different stages of their economic development. Japan stands as the region’s oldest statesman, while China has shamelessly taken control the role of the biggest economy there. With many countries involved, using an exchange-traded …

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The right way to complain about a boring coworker

If you work in an office, you probably have a colleague that constantly gets under your skin. He might be the ultra-competitive type who will stop at nothing to put you down and get ahead. Or maybe it’s the know-it-all who refuses to believe that anyone else is capable of …

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Should I apply for the American Opportunity Tax Credit or the Lifetime Learning Credit?

You pay dearly for your college education, so it is right that the government does not throw salt in the wound by forcing you to pay taxes on the money you spend on your studies. It offers several tax breaks for those enrolled in a higher education program, including interest …

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