We're living long enough to deal with the question of couple finances more than once

Next Avenue does a sterling job with tackling the issues that come with longer lives -- whether it's getting rid of the perpetually growing mound of stuff, or realizing even monogamists will have multiple relationships over their lifetimes. This is another of its excellent articles. 5 Money Mistakes Not to Make With Your Midlife Partner … Continue reading We're living long enough to deal with the question of couple finances more than once

Finally, Amazon Prime membership numbers for the curious

Amazon Prime has become onmipresent in the U.S. governing people's buying habits, affecting environmental costs related to fast deliveries, and more. Nice to have some numbers. https://www.digitaltrends.com/home/amazon-lifts-the-lid-on-prime-membership-count-and-its-big/ Amazon lifts the lid on Prime membership count, and it’s big By Trevor Mogg January 30, 2020 11:00PM PST Amazon revealed on Thursday, January 30, that it now … Continue reading Finally, Amazon Prime membership numbers for the curious

Tax system favoring Central Park Co-ops and Brooklyn Brownstones could end

New York has a crazy real estate tax system. Given the recent hit to sales of higher/priced real estate from other revisions, I question the likelihood of this being implemented. [header from source] New York has a crazy real estate tax system. property taxes, long considered inequitable, could face a big overhaul under a plan … Continue reading Tax system favoring Central Park Co-ops and Brooklyn Brownstones could end

This is the time of year for movies to rake in the cash

The more movies I see, the more I become aware of the seasons in the industry. Because the prestigious awards are bunched just after the start of the calendar year, fine quality movies are often put out in late fall to meet the issue date requirements and allow potential voters to easily view potential winners. … Continue reading This is the time of year for movies to rake in the cash