Abraham Lincoln Thought He Had a Future. Tomorrow would be Good Friday, April 15, 1865. Today would surely have been was one of Abraham Lincoln's happiest days. The morning began with a leisurely breakfast in the company of his son Robert, just arrived in Washington after serving on General Grant’s staff.
Patience is more than a virtue. It can actually lead to happiness. In the 1960s, a professor at Stanford University began a modest experiment testing the willpower of four-year-old children. He placed before them a large marshmallow and then told them they could eat it right away or, if they waited for 15 minutes, they … Continue reading Patience is More Than a Virtue
A source of common confusion is the application of the Federal Estate Tax (the so-called "death tax") and the Federal Gift Tax. People who have worked hard and been prudent about saving their money during their lifetimes may find that, as they approach their later years, they are concerned about what to do with their savings. Giving it … Continue reading Federal Estate Tax and Gift Tax Explained
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and US President Donald Trump are to meet in person by May, it has been announced, an extraordinary overture after months of mutual hostility. News of the meeting was delivered by South Korean officials after talks with Mr. Trump at the White House. They passed a verbal message from Mr … Continue reading Trump and North Korea’s Kim Jong-un to hold meeting
WASHINGTON, March 7 (Reuters) - The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission said on Wednesday that many online trading platforms for cryptocurrencies should be registered with the regulator and subject to additional rules. Read the entire article from Reuters here.
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