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Where did laid-off tech and media workers go? They’ve found jobs in these industries.
More than 199,000 global technology-sector employees have been laid off so far in 2023. Read More
We bought a falling-down 100-year-old home. We tried to renovate, but things took a turn for the worse.
‘Renovations took longer than expected (no surprise) and by the time we were ready to list, interest rates had gone up.’ Read More
How the AI boom can affect your money and your career
Also: Retailers’ troubles, a Medicare battle, more on investing in Japan and good news about Generation Z. Read More
‘There’s no blueprint’: If U.S. defaults on debt, $12 billion in benefits for veterans and their families is at stake
The Treasury Department pays out a total of $25 billion on behalf of the Department of Veterans Affairs every month. Read More
‘He’s content living paycheck to paycheck’: My husband won’t work or get a driver’s license. Now things have gotten even worse.
‘He’s too tired to leave, and we don’t have anything but bills.’ Read More
Pay down your mortgage. Keep a 60/40 stock-bond portfolio. Some money rules are meant to be broken.
Financial advisers debate rules of thumb designed to help investors make sound money moves. Read More
When should you join a class-action lawsuit?
There’s usually no harm in joining, but there are sometimes opportunities for potentially earning a much larger payout by taking another route Read More
Is the rewards revolution over? Wine, fitness and other niche rewards cards have become casualties along with crypto cards.
Many smaller credit card startups that offered novelty rewards are shutting down: Why some worked and some didn’t. Read More
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