By Chad Rixse, CRPS® If you’ve ever watched professional golf or played golf yourself, you know it can be a challenging and competitive game. So much can go wrong so quickly, and the margin for error is slim. To be successful in golf, there’s a number of skills to master that are similar to the skills you should
CryoArks Biobank aims to preserve the tissues, cells and DNA of every animal from around the world at temperatures of -196C.
Source: Scientists building DNA ‘Noah’s Ark’, may bring back extinct animals
By Rick Kahler, CFP®, ChFC Before you put money into an investment, you need to know how the fees associated with the investment will affect your returns. Unfortunately, discovering what those fees are isn’t always easy. Here are some suggestions for how to research and be prepared to talk to your financial
By Timothy Bock Good financial decision making starts in childhood and follows you through adolescence, college and into your adult life. Parents who teach their children the fundamentals of money management, budgeting and making prudent financial choices are providing them with a sound financial foundation.
Right after Republicans in the U.S. Senate passed their income tax overhaul in December, delivering tax cuts to businesses and most American taxpayers, Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell was buoyant.
Source: Republicans in key election races turn down volume on Trump’s tax cuts
Sweden has admitted that Swedish meatballs — the signature food served in traditional holiday meals and in Ikea cafeterias around the world — are, in fact, Turkish. “Swedish meatballs are actually based on a recipe King Charles XII brought home from Turkey in the early 18th century,” the official Twitter account for Sweden said Saturday.…
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