continue reading » by: Christina PontissoMillennials aren’t seeking financial advice. Nearly 25% of those born between the years 1980-1989 said it’s because they don’t trust anyone for reputable money advice, as stated in a recent study from Fidelity investments (Huffington Post Dec. 9). Other young adults surveyed reported that they worry about their financial state on a regular basis.So where are young adults suppose to turn to? Credit Unions! Even Nerd Wallet agrees, “Because credit unions are nonprofit organizations, any money they make off of their financial products is reinvested into their institutions,” said NerdWallet’s Graham Ober in the Huffington Post blog. “This helps them provide more affordable fees on loans and mortgages. “It’s in every credit union’s best interest, therefore, to have members who are knowledgeable about their finances and who don’t, for example, default on loans.” 3SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
Advertisement Comment Following defeat to City on Saturday, Pochettino said: ‘I am happy; disappointed with the result but so happy with the performance.‘Our next three games will be decisive in achieving all we want this season.’MORE: Nicolas Pepe’s agent confirms transfer talks amid Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool interestMORE: Pep Guardiola gives worrying prognosis after Kevin De Bruyne’s latest injury Phil HaighSaturday 20 Apr 2019 3:50 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link Advertisement Phil Foden scored the only goal of the game as City beat Spurs (Picture: AFP/Getty Images)‘He has suffered a small muscle problem,’ said Pochettino. ‘Hopefully it’s not a big issue and he can be ready for Tuesday.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘It would be a risk for him to play today and that’s why we decided to leave him in London.’More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CitySpurs are now up against it in their fight for a top four spot, with just four league matches left to play.Pochettino’s side still have their fate in their own hands, but are under pressure from Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United.Spurs have reasonably favourable fixtures remaining, against Brighton, West Ham, Bournemouth and Everton, but also have the prospect of two legs against Ajax in the Champions League semi-final. Hugo Lloris sat out the defeat at the Etihad (Picture: AMA/Getty Images)Hugo Lloris should be back in goal for Tottenham’s next game after missing the defeat to Manchester City through injury on Saturday afternoon.The Spurs number one could only watch on television as he was replaced by Paulo Gazzaniga and his side succumbed to a 1-0 loss.Tottenham remain third in the Premier League but they are in danger of slipping out of the top four and could see both Arsenal and Chelsea overtake them by Monday night.However, manager Mauricio Pochettino believes he will have his captain and first choice keeper back in line for selection when his side next play on Tuesday night against Brighton.ADVERTISEMENT Tottenham remaining fixtures 23 Apr vs Brighton (h) – Premier League27 Apr vs West Ham (h) – Premier League30 Apr vs Ajax (h) – Champions League04 May vs Bournemouth (a) – Premier League08 May vs Ajax (a) – Champions League12 May vs Everton (h) – Premier League Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino plays down Hugo Lloris injury fears after goalkeeper misses Man City defeat
Authorities are reporting that a Florida man claimed that he attempted to break into a home because his horse got into the homeowner’s yard.The incident occurred Thursday at a home in Pasco County.The homeowner identified as Steve Ferguson told authorities that he caught the suspect, Lonnie Maddox, breaking into his home and confronted him. Maddox told Ferguson that it was actually his horse who broke into the home and that he was only trying to get her.When authorities arrived, Maddox then told them that the horse wandered into Ferguson’s yard through a broken fence so he went after it. Once inside the yard Maddox says he became curious about the inside of the home because he was considering renting it.Surveillance video from the home shows Maddox walking around the home with the horse. Maddox then tries to get into the home through the front door but when he was unsuccessful, he then breaks a window.Authorities found the horse several blocks away from the home but it was later discovered that the horse did not belong to Maddox.The horse has since been returned to it’s rightful owner while Maddox was taken into custody and charged with burglary of a dwelling.
(Washington, DC) — A Senate investigation is revealing that U.S. domestic airlines are sitting on an estimated $10-billion in “customer cash” due to cancellations as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Airlines are required by law to issue cash refunds to travelers for flights the company cancels but they are under no obligation to offer cash if a customer cancels the flight by themselves. A group of Democratic senators are urging airlines to issue cash refunds to Americans who are struggling financially.Sens. Ed Markey (D-Mass), Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) and Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) argued in a statement on Friday that the the pot of money collected by the airlines should be used to issue cash refunds for Americans who are struggling financially.“The ongoing pandemic is placing enormous financial strain on millions of Americans,” the senators said in a joint statement. “In light of this pressing need, and the unprecedented multi-billion-dollar bailout that the airline industry just received from Congress, we are absolutely outraged that so few airlines are willing to offer real cash refunds to consumers who must cancel their tickets.”Portions of the $25 billion aid package for airlines are to be used for payroll grants for employees and low-interest loans. The aid is negotiated on an individual basis between the Treasury Department and U.S. airlines. Flight trips have dropped off sharply as Americans comply with stay-at-home orders across the country in an effort to limit the spread of coronavirus.While no domestic travel ban is in place, President Trump on March 16 urged Americans to avoid discretionary travel.The senators said they came to the $10 billion estimate in customer cash based on data provided by JetBlue, which was the only airline to provide the dollar amount of travel credits related to coronavirus cancellations.“Although most companies refused to say just how much money they are sitting on in the form of travel vouchers, we estimate that the airlines could be holding onto more than $10 billion of hard-earned money from American travelers,” the senators continued.“If these companies released that money back to the public, it would provide a significant stimulus for struggling families. That’s why we once again urge the airlines to end their anti-consumer policies and offer real refunds during this emergency.”The airlines singled out by the senators include American Airlines, Alaska Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Frontier Airlines, Hawaiian Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Southwest Airlines, Sun Country Airlines and United Airlines.The senators said they welcome airlines to dispute the $10 billion figure.Instead of cash refunds, most of these carriers said they have responded to coronavirus-related trip modifications by waiving fees associated with itinerary changes and cancellations and extended up until at least 2021 the time customers can use travel vouchers.