The crypto graduates are coming — and they want your finance jobs

Veterans of traditional finance watch out: An ever-growing horde of graduates armed with crypto skills will soon enter the workforce as universities ramp up efforts to teach the subject. The number of students enrolling in courses teaching crypto and blockchain is growing by hundreds each year, British universities tell Financial News. While major cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin have … Read more

‘My friends and family say I’m rich.’ I’m 26 and make $100K a year living in St. Louis, where I pay $850 in rent. But I can’t afford to buy a home, and am losing money when I invest. Would hiring a financial adviser be a smart move?

Is a financial adviser needed if you feel overwhelmed about money? Getty Images/iStockphoto Question: I am a 26-year-old pharmacist earning approximately $100,000 a year — take home pay is about $5600 a month — living in St. Louis. I contribute 4% to my employer 401l(k), which is the maximum match. I currently have about $25,000 … Read more

Princeton University Discloses Large Stake in Lithium Miner

Text size Students walk on campus at Princeton University. William Thomas Cain/Getty Images Princeton University disclosed that it owned a large stake in an early-stage lithium miner. In fact, Princeton’s holdings of 2.4 million shares of Lithium Americas (ticker: LAC) make it the fourth-largest investor in the Vancouver-based company. Princeton disclosed the holdings in a … Read more

‘She has no ambition’: I make $100,000. I’m buying a home before the wedding. My fiancée earns $50,000 and has $20,000 in student debt. What’s a fair prenup?

I have been in my current relationship for almost three years. I’m a young woman, 41, have a great, stable career and make about $100,000 a year. I am ambitious and my prospects have me increasing my income by $10,000 every year. I have about $140,000 in savings, and no debt. I am close to … Read more

Will Biden Cancel Student Debt? Two Years In, He’s Still Mulling Up to $10,000

Text size President Joe Biden said Thursday he is “considering dealing with some debt reduction.” Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images Two years since candidate Joe Biden tweeted that student borrowers should have at least $10,000 of their debt forgiven, the administration is “in the process of taking a hard look” at whether it should happen, now-President Biden … Read more