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More Americans Are Retiring With Student Debt

Friday, April 9, 2021

The IRS Is Sending out 'Supplemental' Stimulus Checks Retire with Money Many Americans are dragging student loans with them into retirement. Maybe it's debt they took out for a child, or

‘This Big Cloud of Dread’: Even Accountants Hate Doing Their Taxes

Friday, April 9, 2021

When it comes to filing their own returns, accountants are just like you and me. Daily Money Everyday Money 'This Big Cloud of Dread': Even Accountants Hate Doing Their Taxes When it comes to

Is SHEIN a Scam? How an Obscure Brand With Suspiciously Cheap Clothes Became the Trendiest Place to Shop Online

Thursday, April 8, 2021

The price point is irresistible. But is it worth it? Daily Money Shopping Is SHEIN a Scam? How an Obscure Brand With Suspiciously Cheap Clothes Became the Trendiest Place to Shop Online The price point

Issue #88: The pandemic certainly inflated my waistline. Is the dollar next?

Wednesday, April 7, 2021

plus caramel corn + a Bitcoin clock April 7, 2021 // ISSUE #88 Dollar Scholar Hi y'all — I admit I'm prone to inflation. When I'm talking to my dentist, I inflate how often I floss. When my

3 Popular and Affordable Home Improvement Projects That Will Add Value in 2021

Wednesday, April 7, 2021

Despite the economic downturn caused by the pandemic, home renovation spending increased last year. Daily Money Mortgages 3 Popular and Affordable Home Improvement Projects That Will Add Value in 2021

Chicken prices to the moon

Thursday, July 29, 2021

Finshots Chicken prices to the moon In today's Finshots we talk about why chicken prices are on the rise. Business The Story Over the last few weeks, chicken prices have skyrocketed across many

Fintech News Issue #322

Thursday, July 29, 2021

Crypto regulation, Embedded finance and Solarisbank, VISA buys currencycloud, Amazons new currency and more See Online Issue 322 2021-07-27 The decade of regulation started. Microsoft recently

Colleges Are Giving Students up to $25,000 Just for Getting Vaccinated

Thursday, July 29, 2021

Campuses are using creativity (and money) to encourage COVID-19 vaccinations among young people. July 28, 2021 COVID-19 Colleges Are Giving Students up to $25000 Just for Getting Vaccinated Campuses

Risk from China

Wednesday, July 28, 2021

Bloomberg Federal Reserve officials signaled they are moving closer to when they can start cutting massive support for the US economy, but Chair Jerome Powell said there was still some way to go. “We

😭 Apple hurts Facebook

Wednesday, July 28, 2021

Facebook vs privacy | McDonald's fills up | TOGETHER WITH Hi Reader, here's what you need to know for July 29th in 3:05 minutes. 🔋 What? Your city is evolving! Congratulations, your city

🚀 Announcing our new job board!

Wednesday, July 28, 2021

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FTT Update: And Robinhood Will IPO At...

Wednesday, July 28, 2021

​ ​ Hi all, Julie here. Sitting here on the edge of my seat waiting for this Robinhood IPO pricing to get announced. Tomorrow could get super interesting with the high retail allocation, but FTT Expert

Issue #104: Every time I pay an ATM fee I die a little inside

Wednesday, July 28, 2021

plus Gordon Ramsay + Gen Z finance July 28, 2021 • Issue #104 Dollar Scholar Dollar Scholar Hi y'all — When I was in college, I frequented a pizza joint called Satchel's. In addition to

Is India getting its own digital currency?

Wednesday, July 28, 2021

Finshots Is India getting its own digital currency? A few days back we began hearing whispers about a central bank digital currency (CBDC) and how the RBI is working on it as we speak. So in

Back-to-School Shopping Will Be More Expensive This Year

Wednesday, July 28, 2021

Shoppers should expect shortages and higher prices on computers and other school supplies. July 27, 2021 SHOPPING Back-to-School Shopping Will Be More Expensive This Year Shoppers should expect