Jim Tennies, founder and president of InCap Group noted: “Exencial Wealth Management and Willingdon Wealth Management are highly complementary to one another, making the fit a natural. Although the firms did not know each other prior to engaging in M&A discussions, John Burns at Exencial and Mike Kayes at Willingdon had nurtured similar cultures which are highly compatible with one another. With an outstanding cultural fit and highly similar business models, the joining of the firms was compelling to both parties.” … [Read more...] about InCap Group Congratulates Willingdon Wealth Management on Its Recent Acquisition by Exencial Wealth Advisors
Another scoring model, known as UltraFICO, is still in the pilot phase. Once it becomes publicly available, consumers can opt in to allow access to their checking and savings account activity. This includes how long accounts have been open, the recency and frequency of bank transactions, evidence of consistent cash on hand and a history of positive account balances. Like Experian Boost, however, opting into UltraFICO won’t have an impact on all of your credit scores. … [Read more...] about Millennial Money: Is it OK to never have a credit card?
The Supreme Court's decision puts a temporary delay upon Gale's order, meaning the bowling alleys are subject to Cooper's directive again and must shut down again for now. The justices also agreed to review the content of Gale's decision. … [Read more...] about N.C. Supreme Court puts hold on order that resumed bowling
According to a recent Politico report on the president’s “shrinking electoral map,” Trump’s declining support with seniors explains why the president is in trouble in states like Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, North Carolina, Georgia, Arizona, and Iowa. The outlet noted that Trump’s “standing among independents and seniors has eroded in those places amid his handling of the coronavirus pandemic, the economic slowdown and unrest spurred by the killing of George Floyd.” … [Read more...] about Polls: Trump Continues to Lose Support from Seniors
The newspaper also ran an opinion piece written by the grandson of John Abraham Davis, a black civil servant with a mid-level government job at the time Wilson took office as president in 1913. Davis was demoted under Wilson's segregationist policies and became "a broken man" by the end of the president's first term. … [Read more...] about Woodrow Wilson’s Racism ‘Did Some Harm,’ Great-Grandson Says