After the international break the Premier League returns with a bang today and there are some tasty games in store. Here are talkSPORT’s top betting tips and predictions for three stand-out clashes, kicking off with a massive showdown in north London… GETTY It’s Mourinho vs Guardiola on Saturday – who will come out on top? Tottenham vs Man City – Saturday, 5.30pm (LIVE on talkSPORT) Two of the most decorated managers of all-time face off in a mouthwatering clash on Saturday evening. Pep Guardiola has the edge over Jose Mourinho so far in their trophy-laden careers – he’s tasted more victories over his great rival than any other boss he’s faced. But Guardiola’s City side have lost three times already this season and Mourinho’s Spurs have been flying –
Ariel Skelley | DigitalVision | Getty ImagesNearly anyone can hang out a shingle and just call themselves a financial advisor.To be sure, the terminology in the financial services industry can be very confusing to investors. There are advisors, brokers, broker-dealers, certified financial planners, chartered financial analysts and certified investment management analysts, investment advisors, and wealth managers, to name a few.Making that call and choosing what type of advisor you need or want to manage your finances is a big decision. And it really is a "buyer beware" situation when a person is looking for an advisor, according to Kevin Keller, CEO of the CFP Board, which sets and enforces certified financial planners' standards.However, the most important factor when choosing a financial...
In a major policy pivot, the Federal Reserve said it will allow inflation to run "hotter than normal" to help the economy bounce back from the coronavirus crisis.That means the Fed will be less inclined to hike interest rates, letting borrowers benefit from cheap money for an extended period of time."This kind of monetary policy is one of the ways they are trying to encourage everyone to get money out the door," said Laura Veldkamp, a professor of finance and economics at Columbia University Business School."This is meant as a stimulus, as a way of getting people to spend more," she said.More from Personal Finance:Fed holds rates near zero — here's what that means for youThese are the best and worst ways to borrow money Worried about your access to cash?Although the federal
The Federal Reserve said Wednesday it will hold its benchmark interest rate near zero through 2022 to help the economy recover from the coronavirus crisis."The Fed has cut interest rates as low as they are going to go without going into negative rates," said Greg McBride, chief financial analyst at Bankrate.com. The economic shock from Covid-19 may call for drastic measures, but negative interest rates are not one of them — at least not yet.In addition to slashing interest rates to near zero, the central bank also said it will continue to increase its bond holdings to preserve the flow of credit. Along with the rate decision, central bankers projected Wednesday that the economy will shrink 6.5% in 2020. However, the Fed says 2021 is expect
Xavier BonghiIn today's environment, it's just about unimaginable that someone would turn down a $ 40,000 forgivable loan.Benjamin Brandt, a certified financial planner and president of Capital City Wealth Management in Bismarck, North Dakota, did just that.He initially applied for the Paycheck Protection Program — a forgivable loan program that's overseen by Treasury and the Small Business Administration — to help cover eight weeks of payroll costs for himself and two employees."Seven weeks ago, the economy felt different," Brandt said. "It felt like people might not be back to work indefinitely, so here's this program and use it.More from FA Playbook:Op-Ed: A game plan for Americans' retirement securityAdvisors share lessons on getting a PPP loanOp-Ed: Don't let market swings hijack your