Feb 13, 2020 8:00 am
The National Pension Scheme (Occupational Pensions) Act 1998 as amended (the “Act”) became operative on January 1, 2000. This was a good thing.
It made people aware of their financial future long before they would otherwise have thought...
Jan 15, 2020 8:00 am
Haven’t we stopped this new year’s resolution business yet?
I will say at the outset that I have never made any resolutions — ever. I don’t believe in them, yet still wonder why some people do. You never keep them, do you? At least you...
Nov 21, 2019 8:00 am
Planning for your future is simple: do you believe that?
Most people think it is important — but only a few actually do it. There is a hesitancy for many people — either caused by putting it off, or being scared to do it, or not knowing how...
Sep 24, 2019 8:00 am
The power and the glory: as I write this article on the afternoon of the Sunday after the hurricane, I’m inclined to forego the latter in search of the former. We are at this point, some 96 hours in the dark.
I’ve often wondered what island...
Jul 23, 2019 8:00 am
Every one of us complains that we are spending too much. It would be wonderful if we could blame someone else, but we can’t do that.
Sometimes the husband complains that his wife spends too much at the grocery store (not easy to avoid...
Jun 25, 2019 8:00 am
In times of an impending hurricane we tend to rush to the grocery store, gas station and hardware outlets to panic buy. Anything we can remotely think about — from candles to duct tape to generators. The world seems to be coming to an end over...
May 30, 2019 8:00 am
We often hear of “financial literacy” being the current buzz words to help people understand their financial status. Yet does it cover the whole picture? No.
Understanding how pension funds and mutual funds work is important, but only...
Apr 18, 2019 8:00 am
“While 88 per cent of employers think that their employees worry about money, just a third (30 per cent) think money worries impact their staff while at work. However, the reality on the ground is very different. Three-quarters (73 per...
Strict new rules for shopping
Pair rebuild bridges after kites clash
BUT slams decision to dock teachers’ pay
UK flies in 1,800 Covid-19 test kits
Lawyer: SoE is ‘right, proper and justified’
Hundreds sign up for kindness campaign
Payments made to 1,142 laid-off workers
Emergency US repatriation flight finalised
Survivor tells of life-changing experience
Bermudian seniors on holiday stranded in UK
Shoppers implored to resist panic-buying
Burt: we must dig deep to defeat Covid-19
Public schools to reopen ‘when safe’
Grocery deliverers on standby
Ada Nyabongo (1926-2020)
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