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Covid 19 Omicron outbreak: 5312 cases, 28 deaths, hospitalizations drop below 800; NZ border reopens to all

The cost of living payment mistake leaving overseas New Zealanders confused, Kiwi singer opens up on dramatic exit and why Prince Charles is facing questions about charity donations in the latest New Zealand Herald headlines. Video / NZ Herald There are 5312 new Covid community… Read More »Covid 19 Omicron outbreak: 5312 cases, 28 deaths, hospitalizations drop below 800; NZ border reopens to all

‘I came into the marriage with a lot more money’: Is it ethical to distribute cash from my pre-marital investment accounts to my kids — without telling my second wife?

Dear Quentin, I am struggling with the ethics of a highly personal situation. I am in a second marriage and have been married for 13 years. We signed a prenup and agreed that any financial accounts created before our marriage would remain separate property, and… Read More »‘I came into the marriage with a lot more money’: Is it ethical to distribute cash from my pre-marital investment accounts to my kids — without telling my second wife?

Dr. Rochelle Smith named SLU’s VP of Diversity & Innovative Community Engagement | businessnews

Rochelle D. Smith, MS, who will become Saint Louis University’s (SLU) new Vice President for Diversity and Innovative Community Engagement, is no stranger to St. Louis or to leading and developing robust diversity programs. Her summary of her extends from the Midwest to the Northeast.… Read More »Dr. Rochelle Smith named SLU’s VP of Diversity & Innovative Community Engagement | businessnews

2022 is hurting your public pension – the average funded ratio may see the ‘largest single-year decline’ since 2008

Falling stock prices and rising food and energy prices during the first half of 2022 have been unkind to pensions. The public pension system could see its largest single-year decline in its funded ratio since the 2008 Great Recession, with the aggregate funded ratio dropping… Read More »2022 is hurting your public pension – the average funded ratio may see the ‘largest single-year decline’ since 2008

My husband and I have been married since 2009. He won’t put me on the deed to our condo. What happens to me if he dies, or we divorce?

Dear Quentin, My husband and I have been married since 2009. We don’t have any children, and there are no previous marriages. I have asked him if I need to be added to the deed of our home, but he just states that if he… Read More »My husband and I have been married since 2009. He won’t put me on the deed to our condo. What happens to me if he dies, or we divorce?