FinCen’s Proposed Ruling for Cryptocurrency Use Still Looms as a Major Concern

Bitcoin continues to gain support from major companies that have recently unveiled plans of accepting bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies as payment forms. Yet concerns on how the U.S. Treasury Department plans to regulate the use of cryptocurrencies still loom as potential factor that could affect the benefits of using crypto money for online transactions. Prior […]

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What Is Wealth Management And Who Are Wealth Managers?

Not every high-net-worth individuals (HNWI) and ultra-high-net individuals (UHNI) have similar approach towards their money. But how do HNWIs and UHNIs differ? The former are those with a net worth between $1 million and $5 million, whereas the latter have a net worth of $30 million and over. By simply looking at the numbers, you […]

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Pres. Biden Says $15/Hour Wage Hike Might Be Excluded in Pandemic Relief Package

In a recent CBS interview, Pres. Biden disclosed that the provision aiming to raise federal minimum wage to $15 could be excluded from the $1.9 relief package. Nonetheless, the President added that he would be urging Congress to pass a separate bill that will see to the promised $15 per hour minimum wage increase. He […]

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  • Education Policy on Human Capital Development
    The importance of education policy in promoting human capital growth must be considered in the context of the constantly shifting environment of global economies. More is needed to pass on information; education is also a primary factor in the expansion of the economy, the development of new ideas, and the advancement of society. Individuals continue […]
  • China Dealing with Population Crisis as Chinese Women Rejects Pregnancy Incentives
    Now that China’s birth rate has dropped to a critical level, the Chinese government is encouraging women to get married and have more children but many refuse to do so. China’s birth rate has been in a free fall since 2017 despite the scrapping of the government’s previously enforced one-child policy in 2015. As current […]
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