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​What is Financial Literacy?
By JJ      
Do you feel like you are financially literate?
Do you know what financial literacy is?
If not, that’s okay.
The goal of this post is to help you to understand what financial literacy is and why you should care about it.
Let’s break it down.

Is Everyone Richer Than Me?
By JJ    

I was walking with one of my best friends today and we were discussing some financial issues like the insane cost of childcare as well as the significant drop in our home values, according to the most recent property assessment.
You know, nice, uplifting, gal-pal Sunday morning chatter!
As we strolled through a beautiful neighborhood looking at the large infill homes, perfectly manicured lawns and fancy cars I thought to myself, “Is everyone richer than me?”
How is it that everyone seems to be able to afford so much.




Iraq continues to avail itself of the transitional arrangements under Article XIV, Section 2 but no longer maintains any exchange restrictions or multiple currency practices subject to Article XIV, Section 2, and currently maintains one multiple currency practice (MCP) subject to Fund approval under Article VIII, Section 3.1


Harambe: : Where the Wealthy Go in Private Jets, From Bahamas to Barbados

Benjamin Stupples

A Gulfstream G500 at an exhibition in Orlando, Florida. Photographer: Mark Elias/Bloomberg

Heatwaves and protests this month in New York, London and Hong Kong may have left some urbanites dreaming of weekend breaks on isolated beaches.

The fastest route to fulfilling those fantasies is by private jet, an exclusive mode of transport growing increasingly popular among the ranks of the super-rich.

Private jet flights climbed almost 10% last year, according to an analysis of 30 island destinations by real estate broker Knight Frank and aviation adviser WingX. Private jets flew to islands in the Americas almost 30,000 times, making them the world’s top hub for non-commercial aviation, led by the Bahamas, Puerto Rico and the Cayman Islands.