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What it's like living as a millionaire in Montenegro, the tiny European country where the ultrawealthy are paying more than $400,000 for citizenship during the pandemic

The ultrawealthy are paying hundreds of thousands to snap up second passports in Montenegro, a tiny European country on the Adriatic Sea. CNN reports that the Balkan country has seen a 142% increase in applications for its citizenship-by-investment program, which costs at least $414,000. At least 66 millionaires live in Montenegro,... go to Article >

The best romantic hotels in the US for COVID-19 era newlyweds

21 Days ago Finance Source: Businessinsider.com

 Summary List Placement Due to the ongoing pandemic, many newlyweds are looking for safe domestic honeymoon options. The ideal honeymoon spot is romantic and secluded, with elevated options for couples to relax, bond, and celebrate. While... read more

Experts give their verdict on Rishi Sunak’s spending review

8 Days ago News Source: Theweek.co.uk

Description  Freezing public sector pay increases and cut to foreign aid dominate headlines Credits  Tolga Akmen/AFP via Getty Images Alt Text  Rishi Sunak... read more

UK coronavirus live: vaccine means life could 'start to get back to normal' after Easter, says Hancock

11 Days ago News Source: Theguardian.com

Health secretary says tough measures ‘will continue until the vaccine can make us safe’ as PM set to announce new tiered restrictions Oxford/ AstraZeneca vaccine has up to 90% efficacy How a handful of scientists developed Oxford vaccine at... read more

The ultrawealthy are spending millions to land secondary passports from Montenegro and Cyprus amid the pandemic

52 Days ago Finance Source: Businessinsider.com

Summary List Placement The world's wealthiest are concocting doomsday plans due to the coronavirus pandemic and the current political climate. For many, the first step is securing a second citizenship — which can cost upward of $2 million.... read more

A mysterious conservative super PAC trashing Lindsey Graham in South Carolina may be Democrats in disguise

37 Days ago Finance Source: Businessinsider.com

Summary List Placement The mailers flooding inboxes and ads clogging Facebook feeds in South Carolina begged voters to "Defend The Constitution," and "Send a Message to Washington!" Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham, the ads read, is a... read more

8 consulting firms where MBA students can earn more than $30,000 during their internships

51 Days ago Finance Source: Businessinsider.com

Summary List Placement Management consulting is one of the most competitive fields to break into, but one way to get your foot in the door and guarantee a spot after business school, is through a summer internship.  The consulting industry is... read more

A Second National Lockdown Seems Inevitable. Here's What Stands In The Way

60 Days ago Other Source: Huffingtonpost.co.uk

A creeping feeling of déjà vu has been haunting Westminster with the arrival of autumn as bulletin after bulletin carries more bad news about the dreaded resurgence of Covid-19.  Case numbers, hospitalisations and, of course, deaths are rising... read more

The best hotels in the US with in-room jacuzzi or hot tubs for every budget

46 Days ago Finance Source: Businessinsider.com

 Summary List Placement For most Americans, international travel to exotic destinations is still off the table, but there are plenty of indulgent places to stay in the US.  For added luxury, or to simply savor extra room for social distancing,... read more

What is a mortgage? It's a loan for buying a home that you repay in monthly installments

63 Days ago Finance Source: Businessinsider.com

Summary List Placement  A mortgage is a type of loan for buying a home; a company lends you money, and you pay back the lender in monthly installments for a predetermined amount of time. A conventional mortgage requires a certain credit score,... read more

75% Of Fire Brigades Struggled To Access PPE At Height Of Covid Crisis, Union Says

65 Days ago News Source: Huffingtonpost.co.uk

More than three quarters of the UK’s fire services struggled to access personal protective equipment (PPE) at the start of the Covid-19 crisis, and had no guidance on how to manage the shortage.  In a new report seen exclusively by HuffPost UK,... read more