Sedgwick County is turning to private funds to help run its 2020 election. Sedgwick County, the second-largest county in Kansas by population, has been awarded $816,458 from the Center for Tech and Civic Life, a nonprofit foundation, to boost the efforts of the county election office to hold an election […]

October 2, 2020 8 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Let’s not sugarcoat this: the past few months have been devastating. Even if you haven’t personally experienced a tragic loss of a loved one or your businesses, the economy right now has still probably impacted your finances. As […]

Being an entrepreneur is an exciting and demanding career choice, and for most, it seems easy enough to know that you need to generate money for your business to survive. But it’s not always that easy for many. Many entrepreneurs jump into business without considering the mind-limiting beliefs that they carry.  Quite […]

These days, millennial spending and consumer trends tend to make or break a company, with that generation driving the boom in online shopping that has left some retailers shuttering locations for good. However, it seems as if the headlines might be sleeping on baby boomers, who will continue to drive […]

Joe Biden boards a plane at the airport in New Castle, Del., Monday en route to a campaign appearance in Wisconsin. (Carolyn Kaster / Associated Press) With the help of lots of cash from Californians, including past Republican donors, Joe Biden is eclipsing President Trump in fundraising as they head […]

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Saving money can be hard for a number of reasons. Often, there is not a large margin between what most people earn and what most people spend. Without some type of strategy, that little bit that’s left over every month can be spent all too easily. Cutting back on your […]

BERLIN — German pharmaceutical company CureVac says it is receiving a further 252 million euros ($298 million) to develop a coronavirus vaccine. The company says its request for additional funding has been approved by Germany’s Ministry for Education and Research, provided certain milestones are reached. Germany’s state-owned KfW bank has […]

You’ve worked hard all your life, so you deserve to enjoy yourself in retirement. However, when you live on a fixed income, it’s important to keep track of where every dollar is going and not spend money carelessly. I spoke to financial experts and business leaders to find out the […]

If you don’t know much about money, you don’t have to look far for advice. You can always learn from personal finance articles, books and videos or from money-savvy friends and family. Although there’s no short supply of guidance, money rules can shift over time. For that matter, some old-school […]

To gain a better understanding of the financial decisions that can tarnish one’s golden years, GOBankingRates interviewed real retirees. Although they’re largely content, they all had at least one nagging money regret they still think about. But now you can learn from their financial mistakes to ensure a happy retirement. Drew […]

More than half of U.S. adults (54%) who paid for canceled activities due to the pandemic have lost money, according to a new study by  The most common categories for money loss include canceled short-term home rentals (49%), sporting events (48%), flights (47%), concerts (45%), live theater (43%), and […]

Geographic arbitrage is a term coined by the FIRE movement (Financial Independence, Retire Early). FIRE advocates combine investments and a typically high-paying job to achieve the dream of retiring by the time they hit their early 40s or even late 30s. One of their core tactics is to take advantage […]

Giving the Class of 2020 money advice might seem a bit tone-deaf. After all, many of those who graduated in the midst of a recession sparked by the coronavirus pandemic might be asking, “What money?” As of June 2020, the unemployment rate among adults ages 20 to 24 was 19.8%, […]