Why I'm Optimistic

Americans are fundamentally optimistic. No matter how bleak it seems, we believe that things will get better. That belief inspired Willard Kiplinger when he founded our company a century ago--in the wake of World War I and the Spanish flu pandemic, which claimed between 50 million and 100 million lives worldwide. Another legacy of the irrepressible Kip was the quote he chose to display for many years

Anda sedang membaca pratinjau, daftarlah untuk membaca selengkapnya.

Lainnya dari Kiplinger

Kiplinger4 mnt membaca
4 Potential Problems with Equity Compensation, and How to Solve Them
Non-cash compensation might not sound like a very good deal for you as an employee — but depending on the type, it can actually provide quite a boost to your net worth over time. Equity compensation is a type of “non-cash” comp that your company may
Kiplinger1 mnt membacaSocial Science
The Challenges and Joys for Grandparents Raising Grandkids
Whenever Christy C. mentions the two grandchildren who live with her, she bursts with pride. Her 11-year-old granddaughter is a competitive cheerleader constantly tumbling around the house. Christy’s grandson, who is 12, is an “absolute baseball mani
Kiplinger7 mnt membacaInvestments & Securities
How Might Archegos’ $10 Billion in Losses Affect Your Retirement?
Imagine you walked into a Las Vegas casino and you brought all the money you had, let’s say $1  million, and the casino gave you $154 million to gamble with. How smart do you think that would be for that casino?  Well, right now Goldman Sachs Bank US