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    In this article WMT TGT A woman pushes a shopping cart through the grocery aisle at Target in Annapolis, Maryland, on May 16, 2022, as Americans brace for summer sticker shock as inflation continues to grow.Jim Watson | AFP | Getty ImagesMany Americans feel anxious about money, especially when inflation is high, interest rates are rising and markets are whiplashing. More than 40% of U.S. adults said that money concerns have a negative impact on their mental health, according to a recent survey from Bankrate. Of those who said money took a toll, most cited feeling stressed, anxious and overwhelmed. "When individuals suffer money challenges or they're working through money issues, there's tremendous potential for stress," said Mark Hamrick, senior economic analyst at Bankrate. More from Invest in You:85% of those who negotiated a job offer succeeded. How to do itGreat Resignation workplace changes are here to stayCompanies are betting perks will help them in 'Great Reshuffle' A primary concern for many households now is high inflation, which has hit most major expenses and outpaced wage gains. Here's what...
    Amazon founder Jeff Bezos once again went after President Joe Biden for the White House's policies regarding inflation and taking credit for deficit reduction in a tweet on Sunday.  Bezos, retweeting an account that goes by the name @ne0liberal, argued that the inflation crisis could have been made worse if not for West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin refusing to vote for further COVID stimulus. 'The administration tried hard to inject even more stimulus into an already over-heated, inflationary economy and only Manchin saved them from themselves,' Bezos wrote. 'Inflation is a regressive tax that most hurts the least affluent. Misdirection doesn’t help the country.' Bezos is referring to Manchin's efforts to shut down Biden's Build Back Better agenda, as well as further COVID stimulus payments at the beginning of Biden's administration.   The White House responded to Bezos' criticisms over the last two days with a statement on Sunday.  'It doesn't require a huge leap to figure out why one of the wealthiest individuals on earth opposes an economic agenda for the middle class that cuts some of the biggest costs...
    THE Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have said their thoughts are with Deborah James and her family after donating an undisclosed amount to her fundraiser. Deborah, 40, known as Bowel Babe online after campaigning to raise awareness of bowel cancer, has raised more than £3 million after setting up a Just Giving page. 1The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have made a donation to Deborah James' fundraiserCredit: Splash The former headteacher was diagnosed with bowel cancer in 2016 and has kept her more than 500,000 Instagram followers up to date with her treatments. In a personal tweet, William and Kate said: "Every now and then, someone captures the heart of the nation with their zest for life & tenacious desire to give back to society. "@bowelbabe is one of those special people. Her tireless efforts to raise awareness of bowel cancer & end the stigma of treatment are inspiring. "We are so sad to hear her recent update but pleased to support the @bowelbabef, which will benefit the @royalmarsdenNHS among others. Read More in HealthSAYING GOODBYE I want last cuddle...
    (CNN)Their names are etched in stone alongside some of the most powerful people and companies in American history -- the Rockefellers, the Walgreens, and the Coca-Cola company. They've sponsored fellowships at Ivy League schools, have educational centers named after them, and sit on the boards of leading cultural institutions in the United States and Western Europe. They're celebrated philanthropists and patrons of the arts. But there's something else these donors share that other well-heeled benefactors do not: Deep financial ties to Russia. While there is nothing new about the reputation laundering of the oligarch class, it is facing renewed scrutiny in the wake of Vladimir Putin's unprovoked invasion of Ukraine. The recent renaming of the "Russian Lounge" at Washington's John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts underscores the sensitivity surrounding such relationships. Vladimir Potanin acquired his "philanthropic leadership" at the Kennedy Center -- where his name is inscribed on the polished marble walls along with General Motors, Boeing and Capital One -- with a $5 million donation in 2011. Read MorePotanin -- Russia's wealthiest businessman who plays hockey with...
    THEY say one person's junk is another person's treasure - a valuable lesson business entrepreneur Lisa Williams learned at a very young age. The mum-of-two, 35, grew up going to car boot sales every weekend with her family, spending her £5 pocket money from the age of 10 to bag bargains to sell on when money was tight. 4Lisa grew up doing car boot sales to be able to afford treatsCredit: Supplied By the time she was 17 she'd made enough money selling her finds she was able to afford to buy her own Vauxhall Corsa car, and to put towards a holiday to Florida. Lisa, from North Wales, even credits the experience with teaching her the entrepreneurial skills to get her where she is today, working as a business coach. Here she shares the valuable life lessons she learned from car boot shopping, and the tips for anyone thinking about giving it a go... Living on the breadline Growing up, Lisa visited sales regularly, to make a bit of extra cash for treats when money was tight. ...
    DILLIAN WHYTE has had an impressive career as a boxer since turning professional back in 2011. The Body Snatcher has been in some big money-making fights and has racked up huge wins along the way. 3Dillian Whyte will take on Alexander Povetkin for the second time in six months on Saturday, March 28Credit: Mark Robinson Matchroom Boxing 3Dillian Whyte was knocked out by Alexander Povetkin in their last clashCredit: Mark RobinsonBETTING SPECIAL - GET 20/1 PRICE ON ONE+ KNOCKDOWN DURING WHYTE VS POVETKIN And this weekend, he looks to bag another as he takes on Alexander Povetkin in a rematch from their explosive fight last summer. What is Dillian Whyte's net worth? Whyte has been in some massive fights in his career, including one which he lost against heavyweight superstar Anthony Joshua back in 2015. But the 32-year-old has wins over Derek Chisora (x2), Oscar Rivas, Robert Helenius, Joseph Parker and Marius Wach. Across his career, Whyte has made millions in earnings. Most read in BoxingSHOCK LOSS Bodybuilder survived by husband as sudden passing at 31 remains a...
    A PROFESSIONAL nail technician shared how she makes more than $1k in a day but giving fancy manicures to clients. But in order to rake in the cash, the nail pro had to work serious hours with her first appointment at 7.30am and her final client at 9pm. 2The TikTok nail tech shared that she made more than $1k in a dayCredit: @mo.money..nails/TikTok 2The nail artist showed off her skills in the short clipCredit: @mo.money..nails/TikTok The TikToker uploaded a video showing each of her clients as the cash stacked up through the day. She posted it with the caption: "How much I made in a day as a nail tech." FABULOUS BINGO: Get a £20 bonus & 30 free spins when you spend £10 today Monika, who regularly shares about her lucrative business, said she was "tired" at around the 6.30pm mark, which was understandable. In total she made $1,117 be seeing seven clients in her busy day. Read more on nailsNAIL FAIL I asked my manicurist for colour tips - but they ended up looking like joke...
    NEW York-based nurse and entrepreneur Helena Faustin says leaving her family for the hospital during Covid felt like going out to war. It was June 2021, Helena told CNBC, when she decided to push her online business even harder. 1Helena Faustin, a 35-year-old registered nurse and mother of two, makes $117,000 per year from her side hustle Last year was also the year Helena realized there was value in her favorite hobby, Jamaican cooking. The idea that you could make a living from your passion was in contrast to all advice the first-generation Crown Heights native had ever received. But during Covid turning to her passion provided comfort. Ackee and salt fish, fried dumplings, and festival are some of Helena's specialties, but she was putting hours each week into recipe and content creation. Read More in MoneyBREAD WINNER I've made $323,000 teaching people how to bake bread online - how you can tooTAKE NOTE Expert reveals three money mistakes that young adults make that cost $1,000s By June of 2021, Helena had set up an in-kitchen studio with a...
    The White House Thursday said it stood by President Joe Biden's comments when he said in 2020 there had been nothing unethical in his son's foreign business dealings and that he never made money from China, following fresh reporting about how Hunter Biden profited from his famous father. This week it emerged that Chinese company CEFC China Energy paid $4.8 million to entities controlled by Hunter and his uncle James five years ago. Although the Washington Post did not allege that Biden was personally involved, it reported that Hunter Biden used his father's influence and contacts to secure the payments.  Biden defended his son when challenged by President Donald Trump about his foreign business dealings in the final presidential debate in 2020. And White House Communications Director Kate Bedingfield said officials stood by his assessment that nothing was unethical and Hunter did not make money from China.  'We absolutely stand by the president's comment,' she said when asked by a reporter during the daily briefing. She also declined to answer other questions about Hunter's business dealings and whether officials were...
    FOR better or worse, the decisions you make with money as a young adult lay the foundation for your financial future. Smart decisions can pay off in spades for decades, while mistakes can cost thousands over time. 1Actress and influencer Asia Jackson shared some of her financial mistakes on YouTube One of the best investments you can make is into financial literacy - learning how to manage your money.  The more financially literate you are in your 20s, the better off you’ll be for the rest of your life. To this end, Los Angeles-based actress and content creator Asia Jackson shared a YouTube video in November 2021 outlining five money mistakes she made in her 20s. With each error, Asia offers advice to other young adults on how to do better.  READ MORE MONEY TIPSSTAY FRESH I’m a money saving pro - 6 storage tips to make food last longer & stop wasteSCREEN SAVER I'm a TV expert – four tech tips to make your screen habits cheaper Her issues are common pitfalls for young adults, and the lessons...
    Trump has noticeably shifted his tone on NATO since Russia's invasion of Ukraine began. Rather than undercutting the organization as obsolete and a drain on US cash, the ex-president has since begun touting the defense alliance's increase in defense spending when he was in office Donald Trump bragged about making the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) 'rich' in a statement that was sent on the heels of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky's impassioned address to the United States Congress on Wedensday. 'People forget so quickly, with the help of the Fake News, that it was me that got the 20 out of 28 delinquent NATO countries to start paying the money that they owed in order to rebuild a floundering NATO,' the ex-president said through his Save America PAC.  'Nobody knew things would happen so rapidly, but NATO was poor and now it is rich, and all of the Fake News commentators that said Trump was tearing down NATO should be ashamed of themselves for telling lies.' He reiterated his past grievances that the US's European trading partners were taking 'advantage'...
    AMIR KHAN is looking at the end. After being stopped in a pulsating fight in the sixth round against fierce rival Kell Brook, the Olympic silver medallist is mulling over his retirement. 9After his latest loss, Amir Khan is at a crossroads with his careerCredit: Reuters 9Khan was comprehensively beaten by Kell Brook and is considering retirementCredit: Richard Pelham / The Sun "I've had 40 fights, winning two world titles, fighting in America and around the world," Khan told Sky Sports after the scrap. "I need to sit down with my family. But it is more towards the end of my career. "The love for the sport isn't there anymore. In the ring, I didn't have excitement and that push. "That's maybe a sign that I should call it a day. But let's see." But what does the future hold for the former WBA champion? There's his reality TV show, Meet the Khans: Big in Bolton which is currently filming a second series. Most read in SportJOSH BOSH Watch female powerlifter 'crumble' at Joshua's comment as he walks past in gymTAKING...
    A PROFESSIONAL eBay seller has revealed how he turned £18 into £327 by reselling charity shop buys that you wouldn’t give a second look. Jay, who shares his ‘flipping’ successes on his YouTube channel Flipping Sloth, recently revealed how he makes huge profits reselling junk other people don’t want. 2Professional eBay seller Jay made £327 after spending just £18 on goods in the charity shopCredit: YouTube 2He sells everything from gadgets to homewares He explains: “I’m a full time eBay and other online retail website reseller.  “This is how I pay my bills and I will be showing and sharing my journey with you as I expand my online business.” Rather than selling on his own belongings, Jay visits his local charity shops where he picks up toys, games and gadgets on the cheap before listing them on the auction site. In this particular haul, Jay visited a couple of local charity shops and picked up £18 worth of stuff. “I have spent £18 on all of this stuff today and I’m hoping to make £180,” he explains. His stash...
    Spotify's deal to secure exclusive rights to The Joe Rogan Experience was worth at least $200 million, double what was previously reported.  According to two people familiar with the transaction, Spotify had spent more to get Joe Rogan back in May 2020 than it did on buying entire companies, like Gimlet Media and The Ringer, the New York Times reported.  As Rogan faces controversy over alleged COVID-19 misinformation and repeated use of the n-word, Spotify is on damage control and promised to contribute $100 million for works by creators 'from historically marginalized group.'  The move comes after Jemele Hill, a former ESPN commentator, said Spotify's defense of Rogan has created problems with her audience on the platform.  'What I would like to see,' Hill said, 'is for them to hand $100 million to somebody who is Black.'  Spotify's deal to secure exclusive rights to The Joe Rogan Experience was worth at least $200 million, according to two people familiar with the 2020 transaction Spotify had paid more for the show than it had for whole companies as the streaming service sought...
    A TECH mogul has shared how he became a millionaire at 17 after teaching himself how to code from YouTube. Evan Luthra, 27, is now set to become a billionaire by the time he hits 30 and has built and invested in over 300 companies. 5Evan is predicted to become a billionaire by the age of 30Credit: Jam Press 5The 27-year-old lives a luxury lifestyle - including his love of yachtsCredit: Jam Press Originally from New Delhi, India, the 27-year-old splashes his cash on yacht parties, luxury properties and even plans to buy his own helicopter just for the thrill of it. The influencer, who has 2.3 million Instagram followers (@evanluthra) also recently purchased £2.2 million worth of NFTs for the "flex" – calling the digital art the "new Rolex" for wealthy people. However, amongst the glitz and glamor of his new lifestyle, Evan said he had to work his way his top – emerging from “humble beginnings” as he learnt how to code. Evan told the Jam Press: “I was bitten by the ‘digital bug’ aged around 12...
    MANCHESTER UNITED and Arsenal have made staggering transfer losses in the last five years. The two Premier League giants have made losses north of £150million. 7Man Utd have recorded the biggest losses on player sales in the last five years United's reckless spending has put them in a hole to the tune of £192m. Arsenal don't look any better with the Gunners recording a loss of £163m in the past five years. Fellow members of the 'Big Six', Manchester City and Tottenham, have also made losses in player sales. City are in the red by £132m whereas Spurs are only at £52m. On the other hand, Liverpool and Chelsea have turned a profit on player sales in the last five years. Liverpool are up by a tasty £93m and Chelsea have made an eye watering £199m. Most read in Premier LeagueTRAGIC TRUTH Bob Saget's cause of death revealed to be brain bleed after he hit his head'SHAME!' Khloe fans slam her ex Tristan as 'trash' after he shares first post since scandalMASON'S NIGHT OUT Kourtney's son Mason, 12, looks...
    A HIGH school student has been ordered to pay back $2,000 in food stamps that he never even received. Quinn Harrer, 18, is being held responsible to pay back the money in food stamps that his mom applied for after losing her job during the pandemic. 3Quinn Harrer was only an 18-year-old high school student when he received the letter from Human ServicesCredit: CBS Denver 4 3The agency has not backed down and has even sent the case to the US Treasury Department for collectionsCredit: CBS Denver 4 Denver Human Services justifies the demand for repayment with a state regulation stating that “all adult household members shall be jointlyand severally liable for the value of any overissuance of benefits to the household." Harrer was only an 18-year-old high school student when he received the letter from Human Services demanding $1938, and he was taken aback. “Now all of sudden I’m in debt. I don’t know what to do, $2,000 is a lot, a lot of money," Harrer told CBS4. "If I don’t pay it back, they’ll take it out of...
    FIRST-TIME home seekers without much cash in hand might be able to purchase a property without using any money.  While that might sound crazy, it could be feasible if you’re familiar with how loans and the buying process works.  2Henry bought his first home for $190,000 before selling it for a profit 2The banks covered 85% of the lone If not, real estate investor and dad-of-two Henry Washington has broken down on his TikTok channel how he made a profit without laying out a single dollar on a $190,000 home.  Firstly, he got a $161,000 loan from a local bank, which represents 85% of the total cost, according to Henry.  The loan also covered 100% of rehab costs, which amounted to $45,000. This expense is used to renovate homes with necessary repairs in efforts to drive up the value.  And he also got a private loan for a $29,000 down payment. Henry, who founded the Independence Realty Group and is from California, claims he was then able to sell the home for $325,000. Most read in MoneyBIG BOOST Automatic monthly $687...
    A WOMAN has revealed how she was able to quit her council job by reselling return pallets. Emma Hamilton, from Birmingham was making £25k a year at her old job, now her business is halfway to its first £1million. 3Emma Hamilton, 33 appeared on Channel 4's Bidding WarsCredit: Youtube 3Emma's business is now so successful she has hired out a warehouse and employees people to help with the businessCredit: Youtube The 33-year-old first starting buying return pallets three years ago as a hobby, and would resell items for a profit. Now, Emma is flogging around £50k worth of items a month, bagging her a £10k profit, and Emma reckons she has already made a staggering £500k profit from selling return pallets alone. Emma has appeared on Channel 4's show called Bidding Wars, in which teams of resellers compete against each other to see who can make the most cash. She told The Irish Mirror: "After doing it for a year or so, I was able to reduce my hours at work and then eventually do reselling on Amazon full-time....
    I have a deep, visceral mistrust for anyone who says God is on their side. When has Providence ever sorted winners and losers like this? Didn’t we learn better from the bloody Crusades? Or centuries of ruinous sectarian violence? Or Tim Tebow’s NFL career? Of course, these days we’re meant to believe that God is on the side of the vast majority of the people unnecessarily dying of COVID-19—because that’s what they keep claiming. Apparently, he’s calling them home to tell them to their faces that they’re fucking cretins.  So this kind of thing isn’t new. Not at all. And the idea that God picked Donald Trump for something other than beta-testing debilitating brain parasites is basically an article of faith among Republicans these days. But last weekend, during the latest leg of the conservative Reawaken America tour, Trump scion Eric outdid them all. (Yeah, I could have written this sooner, but I was trapped near the inner circle of thought.) Watch: xEric Trump says “God was watching down” on his father’s 2016 campaign and “will watch us again in 2024.” pic.twitter.com/e2Gs20vPiV— PatriotTakes ????????...