Happy Friday, MarketWatchers. Don’t miss these top Personal Finance stories:
Many Americans say they’re comfortable doing business with non-violent ex-cons
The findings could help ease corporate worries that hiring ex-cons is bad for the bottom line.
The No. 1 best place to live in America is …
5 of the 10 lowest-ranked places to live are in California.
The quiet desperation of Generation X workers across America
Reality bites: Gen Xers are more stressed at work than any other generation, new research finds.
Why the middle class is shrinking
Fewer millennials in 2019 are middle class compared to baby boomers when they were in their 20s.
These features could boost your home’s sale price by over 30%
Real-estate experts reveal the premium amenities that appeal most to home buyers.
This new policy could save military members tens of millions of dollars on their student loans
Service members are entitled to a 0% interest rates while they’re in combat zones and other dangerous situations.
CBD Easter candy has arrived
Jelly Belly creator launches jelly beans with 10 milligrams of cannabidiol, one of the compounds found in marijuana plants.
My dying friend wants to marry me so I can have his Social Security — should I do it?
This woman’s friend has Stage IV lung disease and made her a generous offer that she may refuse.
Millions of Americans keep this dirty secret from their partner
One in five people say there are worse things than infidelity.
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Trump Today: President attacks notetakers in broadside against Mueller report he says exonerates him
President Donald Trump on Friday, from his vacation home in Florida, on Friday said the Mueller report which he also said exonerated him was full of “bullshit.”
Mortgage rates tick up, but applications still hit a 9-year high
Rates for home loans were modestly higher, but consumer demand, as measured by applications for mortgages, remained robust.
Playing politics with the Federal Reserve is asking for inflation
Look what happened when Richard Nixon did it. The same occurred in other countries when governments meddled.
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