Pound Poor, Pound Foolish

You may have read that the British pound has had a very rough couple of weeks on world markets, losing more than 4% of its value against the dollar in one week, and continuing the slide through the next, finally reaching a 31-year low against the dollar. Part of the problem was a mysterious “flash […]

Buying a Credit Score On the Cheap

Your kids graduate from college and face an immediate dilemma: they have no credit history, which makes it harder for them to rent an apartment or get a credit card. Is there a way the parents can help them without risking their own credit score?

An article on the website Nerdweallet suggests a solution that […]

Whither BREXIT?

More than three months after British voters elected to extricate their economy from the European Union, Brexit still hasn’t actually happened. What’s going on?

Apparently nothing more than a careful process designed to minimize damage on both sides of the English Channel. British Prime Minister Theresa May recently announced a target of late first quarter […]