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6 financial perks of being young

first_imgBut despite their meager savings and pitiful paychecks, young people have lots of financial advantages, experts say. “Financial planning when you’re young makes so much sense,” says Stephanie Genkin, certified financial planner and founder of My Financial Planner, LLC in Brooklyn. Here are six financial advantages to youth. Ask any young person, and they’ll tell you that being young is hard work. continue reading » 36SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Their salary is a joke. Their savings account is nonexistent. Their student loan bills are mammoth. And they have no idea how to manage their anemic assets. Being young is, like, such a bummer, dudes.last_img read more

Sincere steps up UK investment

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First Lady Frances Wolf Joins Advisory Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs to Honor Pennsylvanians

first_img Asian Pacific American Affairs,  First Lady Frances Wolf,  Governor’s Residence,  Press Release Harrisburg, PA – First Lady Frances Wolf today joined Governor Tom Wolf’s Advisory Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs (GACAPAA) to host the first annual Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Recognition Ceremony to celebrate the beginning of AAPI Heritage Month. 31 Asian Americans from across the commonwealth were recognized at the Governor’s Residence for their outstanding contributions and dedicated service to the AAPI community and Pennsylvania.“Those being honored today have made incredible contributions to their respective communities – and to the commonwealth. Many of them have also overcome significant challenges along the way,” said First Lady Frances Wolf. “That is exactly why Tom and I, along with the Governor’s Advisory Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs, are welcoming them to the Governor’s Residence today in celebration of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. It is important for us to pause and recognize the profound contributions each of these individuals has made to Pennsylvania.”“According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the AAPI communities in Pennsylvania saw an 18.3 percent increase between 2010 and 2015, compared to an increase of only 1.3 percent for the total population in the commonwealth,” said Commission Chair Bibhuti Aryal. “This community is rapidly growing, and the 31 individuals being honored today are a great representation of the more than 400,000 AAPIs currently in Pennsylvania.“On behalf of the GACAPAA, we are honored to join First Lady Frances Wolf to recognize these 31 individuals for their outstanding contributions to the AAPI communities across Pennsylvania. These individuals deserve recognition, and we are honored to share their unique stories and accomplishments.”View Governor Wolf’s proclamation commemorating May 2018 as AAPI Heritage Month.05.01.18 – GACAPAA by Governor Tom Wolf on Scribd First Lady Frances Wolf Joins Advisory Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs to Honor Pennsylvanians May 01, 2018center_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

This home at The Gap evokes feelings of living in a rainforest

first_img78 Bellata St, The Gap.Back inside, the bedrooms are located off a hallway, along with a walk-in linen cupboard, tiled bathroom, laundry with a covered drying deck and an Amoora wooden staircase with under-stair storage to the upper level.One of these bedrooms has access to a covered L-shaped timber balcony, while another of the bedrooms has a walk-through wardrobe to an ensuite. Upstairs, the main enjoys a spectacular position among the forest canopy. It has built-in and walk-in wardrobes and an ensuite with floor-to-ceiling tiles and a large corner shower. Other features of the property include a double garage and a spacious utility room with a kitchenette and bathroom. Agent Jeff Smith said the house had been lovingly crafted and maintained by its current owners. 78 Bellata St, The Gap.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019Along with industrial-style pendulum lights and polished black granite benchtops, the kitchen has a servery window, gas cooktop, timber-finished cabinetry and Miele appliances. Next to the cooking space, stairs lead to a Cathedral-style sunken lounge. One of the current owners’ most cherished rooms, it has exposed cedar panelling, a wood fireplace and northeast-facing windows. Sliding glass doors then open the lounge room out onto a covered patio with rock gardens. 78 Bellata St, The Gap.A brick facade and beautiful gardens gives the residence a homely, inviting vibe, while expanses of glass help to bring the outdoors in to the open-plan interiors. A porch leads into the residence’s first level, where a foyer separates three bedrooms from the main living hub. Spotted gum timber flooring and exposed cedar roof panelling feature in the kitchen, living and dining area, with the living space including a fireplace and the dining area capturing forest views and city glimpses through a wall of windows. 78 Bellata St, The Gap.ON an elevated 1009sq m block surrounded by rainforest, this northeast-facing house at 78 Bellata St, The Gap,has been designed and renovated to offer privacy, natural light and living that makes the most of its surroundings. 78 Bellata St, The Gap.“The minute you enter the home you will feel you have been taken to another world, one that is private, secluded and blessed with nature’s beauty,” Mr Smith said.DETAILSAuction: Darling & Co, 157 Given Tce, Paddington, December 13, 6.30pmAgent: Jeff Smith, Ray White Paddingtonlast_img read more

No. 67 Syracuse drops 4-3 home match to No. 21 Duke

first_img Published on March 8, 2015 at 7:43 pm Facebook Twitter Google+ Rhiann Newborn and Breanna Bachini fell short of a victory with an 8-4 doubles loss. It gave Duke the doubles point, which proved to be crucial to the match’s outcome.Because singles play was split, the doubles point served as a tiebreaker as No. 67 Syracuse (6-6, 1-5 Atlantic Coast) lost to No. 21 Duke (8-5, 4-0) 4-3 on Sunday afternoon at Drumlins Tennis Center. It was the second loss of the weekend for the Orange, who is now entering an 11-day break from match play.Syracuse’s only victory in doubles play came from senior Komal Safdar and sophomore Valeria Salazar, who won their match 8-5. Senior Amanda Rodgers and freshman Nicole Mitchell found less success as they lost their match, 8-3.Rodgers found herself in the win column in singles play with a 6-4, 7-5 victory. Other singles victories came from Newborn, who won 7-5, 6-3, and Safdar, who earned her singles point in a grueling fashion (6-1, 5-7, 10-6 super-tiebreak).Salazar played a complete match on Sunday against Duke after retiring in her match on Friday. She didn’t find the result she was looking for, though, as she lost 6-2, 6-2.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textDespite a strong fight against Miami on Friday, Bachini wasn’t able to win her singles point, losing 6-4, 6-2.Sophomore Olivia Messineo had not played a match since Feb. 27 against Notre Dame, but she played in the singles lineup on Sunday. She only won one game in a 6-0, 6-1 loss.Syracuse will attempt to snap its two-match losing streak against North Carolina in Chapel Hill, North Carolina on March 20.Compiled by Kevin Pacelli, staff writer, [email protected] Commentslast_img read more

Dodgers pitcher Brandon Beachy, rushed to the majors, returns to the minors

first_imgWho needs a DH?When Chin-Hui Tsao batted in the fifth inning, it was his first plate appearance at any level in 12 years.Naturally, he hit the first pitch he saw from Braves pitcher Alex Wood to the warning track in right-center field. It bounced over the fence for a ground-rule double.Could Tsao even remember the last time he batted?“It was a long time ago,” he said. “Probably 2003.”Sure enough, Tsao’s last plate appearance was Sept. 21, 2003 for the Colorado Rockies. His last hit was Aug. 23 of that year, a single, and his last double came five days before that.In the meantime, he’s pitched in every minor-league level from Single-A to Triple-A, and spent a year in Taiwan. “They don’t hit,” Tsao said. “They use a designated hitter.”His well-documented comeback after five years away from the game had thus far focused on pitching. He said his only batting practice prior to Tuesday came during spring training this year with the Dodgers.How did he look?“Just so-so,” Tsao said.AlsoCarlos Frias threw a bullpen session Monday and touched 96 mph on the radar gun. “If he’s good, then we’ll be talking about a live BP or getting out to pitch this week,” Mattingly said. Frias is on the 15-day disabled list with a stiff lower back. He is not in the running to pitch for the Dodgers this weekend, Mattingly said. … Center fielder Joc Pederson won the Dodgers’ Heart and Hustle Award, given by the Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association to one player on each team who “demonstrates a passion for the game of baseball and best embodies the values, spirit and tradition of the game.” The award is voted on by former players.. … The TBS broadcast of Sunday’s game between the Mets and Dodgers will not be blacked out in SportsNet LA markets. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error ATLANTA >> If you’re a struggling pitcher with a minor-league option in your contract, long postgame meetings with the manager rarely bode well. Such was the case for Brandon Beachy, who was ticketed for Triple-A Oklahoma City to make room for outfielder Carl Crawford.Crawford was officially activated from the 60-day disabled list Tuesday. His pinch-running appearance in the Dodgers’ 4-3 loss to the Braves, followed by an inning in left field, was his first major league game action since April. Dodgers manager Don Mattingly said that Crawford will start the series finale in left field and give right fielder Yasiel Puig a day off.For Beachy, the move to Triple-A offers him a chance to reset. He’d given the Dodgers only four innings in each of his two starts since coming off the disabled list, and that wasn’t enough. center_img After Monday’s 7-5 loss, Beachy blamed his own inconsistent execution for allowing four runs in four innings. “There are a lot of hurdles that I think he’s crossed in the last four, five six months with us,” Mattingly said of Beachy. “He just needs more time to compete, to be able to make pitches, get the ball where he wants, execute, be able to sequence, hold runners — do everything you need to do over the course of the game. I think that’s just a matter of time.”Beachy missed the entire 2014 season, and the first three months of 2015, while recovering from his second Tommy John surgery in as many years. He allowed seven runs in eight innings over his two starts, walking six batters (two were intentional) while striking out five.“I don’t think this is really what we wanted to do from the beginning,” Mattingly said of Beachy’s two starts. “We got caught where we needed a starter. At that point, he was the best guy for that. We still felt like he needed a couple more starts before we even started thinking about using him.”In a corresponding 40-man roster move, the Dodgers designated pitcher Preston Guilmet for assignment. Guilmet had made three relief appearances for Oklahoma City since the Dodgers claimed him off waivers from Tampa Bay on July 10.last_img read more

Initial appearances set for Clear Lake couple charged with child endangerment

first_imgCLEAR LAKE — Initial court appearances are scheduled for this week for a Clear Lake couple charged with child endangerment stemming from incidents that allegedly happened at their unregistered daycare.55-year-old Kyle McLaughlin has been charged with two counts of child endangerment while 57-year-old Peggy McLaughlin is facing one count of child endangerment.Court documents show Kyle McLaughlin is accused in December 2016 of hitting a three-year-old boy in the back hard enough to leave a visible welt or bruise, with McLaughlin saying he tried to spank the boy across the diaper and must have missed.Both McLaughlins are also charged in connection with a 20-month-old girl who suffered a broken leg in August 2017. The child’s parents say when they picked her up, the girl was crying and not able to walk. A hospital examination showed a spiral fracture of the right tibia. Officials say Kyle McLaughlin did not offer any explanation for how the injury happened, while Peggy McLaughlin said the girl may have fallen off an activity center in the basement.Authorities say Peggy McLaughlin had run a registered daycare for 22 years until the couple decided in 2015 that they did not want to allow unannounced annual inspections of their home. Since that time, authorities say they’ve operated an unregistered daycare that was only legally allowed to have a maximum of five children at any time.Both McLaughlins were arrested late last week and have posted $5000 cash bond. They are both due in court for their initial appearance on Wednesday.Each charge of child endangerment is an aggravated misdemeanor, punishable by up to two years in jail and a fine of up to $6250.last_img read more

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