Real estate consultant, 22, who bought his first home aged just 19 shares how he started climbing the property ladder after becoming a TikTok star with his budget tips

Income is then divided, with 40 per cent going into savings (splurge ten per cent, smile ten per cent, and fire extinguisher 20 per cent) and 60 per cent used in the everyday account to live and pay bills. 

Pennsylvania American Water Starts $24 Million Upgrade In Yardley

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It cost $7 million to build Hakkasan. Now coronavirus has closed the SF restaurant for good

“The impact of COVID-19 on our global operations has forced us to evaluate the viability of our venues and make a number of prudent yet difficult business decisions. To preserve the long-term stability of our business, we have permanently closed Hakkasan San Francisco,” the company said.

‘Unemployment map’ of Britain: Blackpool tops list of twenty areas hit hardest by Covid jobs bloodbath as number of people on UK company payrolls drops 730,000 since lockdown and benefits claims hit 2.7million

‘In light of today’s figures, the future of the job retention scheme will need to be reviewed closely. The option of a meaningful extension to the furloughing initiative should be kept open, especially now local lockdowns are a fact of life and a meaningful second spike in coronavirus infections is possible.’

Exclusive | India and the world were already overleveraged when COVID-19 hit, hence there will be massive bankruptcies: NYU professor emeritus Edward Altman

Altman: Going into COVID-19, the world, including India, was heavily leveraged, particularly the corporate sector. So, anyway a lot of bankruptcies were expected, going into a downward cycle. Now, as countries reopen, we have seen in the US, sectors like leisure, oil and gas, telecom and restaurants have been hit very hard. Then, will small […]

The best Chesterfield sofas are a lot more affordable than you’d think

Complete your reading nook with this chesterfield armchair, with its low arms perfect for propping up your elbows with a book or a beverage. The dapper upholstery is 100% leather, which only gets better with regular use, and users comment that the seat is actually quite cushy — a departure from other rigidly tailored models. […]

Rishi Sunak warns ‘hard times are here’ after UK plunges into ‘worst ever’ recession

“Schemes like Eat out to Help Out will no doubt provide some welcome relief for restaurant bosses, but the government will need to think carefully about how to support other sectors such as travel, which will continue to struggle without intervention.”

UK economy enters deepest recession after record 20% slump

“The economy began to bounce back in June with shops reopening, factories beginning to ramp up production and house-building continuing to recover,” Athow said. But “Despite this, gross domestic product (GDP) in June still remains a sixth below its level in February, before the virus struck,” he added. 

Enough legal games — we need to unleash American energy

While the crux of the Keystone XL pipeline case dealt with tensions over interagency consultation, environmental groups sued the lead agency, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Montana federal court to prevent the use of an important permitting program for the project. The ruling stripped the Corps of its ability to grant permits for any construction […]

KPMG charts ways of unlocking supply chain for making LNG projects successful

supply chain during both construction and operations are key to reducing costs and speeding up time to market for liquefied natural gas projects, according to Gaurav Moda, head of oil and gas practice at professional services firm KPMG in India. KPMG Global Energy Institute has published a study on ways of unlocking LNG supply chain […]