The Economic Impact of The Royal Wedding

The royal family has always amazed people all around the globe and captured their attention for various reasons. The interest in the royal weddings goes back in history and it has grown over time. Furthermore, the attention and the interest increased with the appearance of radio and television. For example, the wedding of Princess Elizabeth to Philip Mountbatten was the first to have been broadcast live via BBC radio, while the wedding of Princess Margaret to Antony Armstrong-Jones was televised live, and became the first royal wedding in history to be televised. Since then, the interest in royal weddings has

When You Should Start Thinking About Your Retirement Savings

No matter if you are a young guy (or a girl) trying to get a new job or a veteran who is looking for new opportunities, retirement is in the corner of everyone’s eyes. Most people don’t start thinking about retirement savings until they are about 35 to 45 years old. While this is a very good point to start saving up, it’s never too early to plan things out. What I would recommend is putting five to ten percent of your paycheck into your savings. Let’s say you started saving up since you were 21 years old. This means

Countries That Gamble the Most

Many would look at America thinking that they are the biggest gamblers in the world by looking at their fancy Las Vegas casinos. While it is true that Americans do gamble, they don’t gamble near as much as the countries listed below.  According to the research that took place recently, these are the countries that have lost the most to the house. The house always wins and it will continue to win. Countries are listed in the order of how much they actually invested in any form of gambling and lost it. Let’s begin: Australia This country located down under