But some customers are hesitant to give such programs the user names and passwords to their sensitive financial accounts—and banks aren’t keen on the practice, either.
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Tame the Cost of Pet Care
If you’ve added a dog or cat to your family, consider pet insurance to manage routine and unexpected veterinary bills.
Invest in These Great Places to Work
These companies do well by their workers, which can translate into gains for investors.
SAVE MONEY WITH AN ELECTRIC CAR
Although some are still a pricey luxury, we found EVs that are fun, affordable and eligible for tax incentives.
The Right Robo Adviser for You
We sort through the evolving world of automated investment services, including some that offer a human touch.
Give Your Child Some Credit
Naming your child as an authorized user on your credit card can be a great way to set them up with a healthy credit report.
Get Your Retirement Back on Course
Even the most diligent savers can encounter obstacles on the road to retirement, but the past few months have delivered unprecedented hazards. We’ll help you come up with a recovery plan.
FEDERAL DEBT : A HEAVY LOAD
The debt continues to grow, but record-low interest rates could ease the long-term damage.
Best 401(k) Funds From Fidelity
We rate the most popular actively managed offerings for retirement accounts.
WHERE TO INVEST IN 2021
With the election in the rearview mirror, investors can turn their full attention to the economic recovery and progress on the pandemic.
Anatomy of a Stock Trade
Stock trades are free these days at most online brokers. But where and how your trade is filled can impact your purchase price. And “it all happens in a flash,” says Jeff Chiappetta, vice president of trade and education at Schwab. It takes just 0.08 seconds, on average, at Schwab, from the time you submit your trade to validation of execution. Here’s a step-by-step look at what happens when you place a market-order stock trade.
EARLY HISTORY OF COIN FAME
B. MAX MEHL AND HARRY J. FORMAN TOOK THE LEAD
Cofounder and CEO, Maximum effort; co-owner, Aviation Gin and Mint Mobile
Alexandra Minton Earns National Honor as Level-Two Sommelier
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The Reinvention Of Minted
Mariam Naficy had a vision for her company, Minted, the artists’ platform and marketplace. But the business took on a life of its own, leading to unforeseen challenges—and profit.
Into the wild
A group of teenage girls fight for survival when their plane crashes on a remote island
Consumer preferences shaping the post-pandemic bakery industry
Food Marketing & Technology Magazine attended a recent webinar hosted by the Mintel’s on “Consumer trends shaping India’s biscuits and cookies category”. The webinar talked about the changes in the Bakery Industry post -pandemic. Food & Drink Analyst Rushikesh Aravkar assessed the current changes in the consumer demand graph and also how it is going to open new opportunities in the food industry.
Mintel: 41% of young Indian beer drinkers are willing to switch to Low or No Alcohol Beer
Health is a top barrier for beer consumption among 48% of Indians. 43% of consumers are interested in low-calorie beers. Lager (63%) and wheat beer (51%) are the most preferred type of beer among Indians. These are the findings of a Mintel Report. Mintel surveyed 1,655 Indian internet users aged over 25 years who have consumed beer in the past six months. In its report, over 40% of the respondents within the age group of 25-34 said they are interested in switching from standard-strength beer to low or no alcohol variants of the drink.
Winds of change!
Kent-based CMM reader Stuart Gilbert loved a Z1, but couldn’t afford it, nor a Zephyr back in the 1990s – but then he could, and boy would his be a breath of fresh air!
Breakfast Foods for the Indian Consumer in 2020
THE KEY IS TO ALIGN WITH CONSUMERS’ EVOLVING VIEW OF WHAT MAKES A HEALTHY BREAKFAST, AND THE POSTCOVID-19 NEED FOR EASY MEALS AT HOME…