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Feeling ‘FOGO’ or ‘cave syndrome’ as things reopen? Here’s how to get back out there
Some people got too comfortable at home during the pandemic. These coping tips can help. Read More
7 rules for being a good houseguest this summer
After more than a year of social distancing, we are finally dusting off the guest rooms. But just as important as being a “hostess with the mostess” is guest etiquette. Read More
Supreme Court upholds Affordable Care Act — here’s how many Americans would have lost Obamacare
The high-stakes court decision ended in a 7-2 vote. Read More
Juneteenth is the newest federal holiday — a moment decades in the making for 94-year-old activist Opal Lee
Lee got a standing ovation before President Biden signed a bill establishing June 19 as Juneteenth National Independence Day. Read More
Why Uber and Lyft prices are spiking — and how you can get around for less
It could be months until there are enough drivers to significantly lower prices. Read More
‘It makes me angry’: My husband’s ex-wife has a $1 million insurance policy on his life. Can we cancel it?
‘Once all the kids have graduated, and there is no financial obligation to her, should she be allowed to keep it?’ Read More
This is the full-size pickup that costs the least over 5 years
In a highly competitive segment, guess which truck not only stands out but racks up a 5-year savings of $4,274 over other trucks in its class. Read More
See how this 24-year-old paid off $20k in credit card debt in less than a year
Along with student loans, she had racked up four credit cards by charging food, textbooks, school supplies and other expenses. Read More
Brace yourself, here’s why inflation could create a ‘giant wealth transfer’ from lenders to borrowers
There’s one group of borrowers that can count themselves as ‘lucky’ during periods of inflation. Read More
I’m 46 and single, have $120K in cash and $400K in retirement, and own my home. Should I buy my dream $30K motorcycle?
‘I’ve lived within my means my entire life.’ Read More