Another Post-COVID Comeback? Homebuyers Are Looking at Cities Again

Vaccine rollouts and the reopening of the economy are breathing new life into big city housing markets.

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Your 401(k) Isn’t Free. Here’s How to Figure out How Much You’re Paying in Fees

Thursday, May 20, 2021

High fees eat into your investment returns. Daily Money Retirement Your 401(k) Isn't Free. Here's How to Figure out How Much You're Paying in Fees High fees eat into your investment returns

BRB, calling my bank to confess I forgot my PIN... again

Wednesday, May 19, 2021

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Why Debt-Ridden Millennials Should Be Cheering for Inflation

Wednesday, May 19, 2021

If you have a student loans or a mortgage, it could be just what you need. Daily Money Everyday Money Why Debt-Ridden Millennials Should Be Cheering for Inflation If you have a student loans or a

5 Signs That Point to a Stock Bubble 📈

Tuesday, May 18, 2021

An update on the child tax credit Cryptocurrencies have taken a beating in recent days, and it's hard to say whether the rout will continue. These digital darlings are new enough that there's

What If I Forgot to Do My Taxes? And Other Urgent Tax Day Questions, Answered

Tuesday, May 18, 2021

The deadline is May 17. Daily Money Everyday Money What If I Forgot to Do My Taxes? And Other Urgent Tax Day Questions, Answered The deadline is May 17. Investing 5 Signs Investors Are Dangerously

Drivers Got More Reckless During COVID-19. Now, Your Car Insurance Rates May Rise as a Result

Saturday, June 19, 2021

The good news: There are ways to lower your costs. June 19, 2021 INSURANCE Drivers Got More Reckless During COVID-19. Now, Your Car Insurance Rates May Rise as a Result The good news: There are ways to

Fed sends investors fleeing

Friday, June 18, 2021

Bloomberg It was another rough day for US markets. The S&P fell 1.9% in the biggest weekly drop since February, extending a bout of volatility ignited by surprise hawkishness at the Federal Reserve

How a Delay of Just One Year Affects Your Retirement Savings

Friday, June 18, 2021

Public Servant Student Loan Forgiveness delays June 18, 2021 At the beginning of my career, I made so little that I didn't participate in the 401(k) of the small community newspaper where I worked.

Shifting the Curve: Why Climate Matters More

Friday, June 18, 2021

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FTT Special: Celebrating Juneteenth

Friday, June 18, 2021

​ ​ Hi all, Jillian here. In June of 2020, there was a national awakening with regard to many of the injustices that the Black community face. Much of the discussion and outcry was rightfully centered

Waiting Just One Year to Start Saving for Retirement Could Cost You More Than $20,000

Friday, June 18, 2021

That means every extra year of savings will pay off big time. June 18, 2021 RETIREMENT Waiting Just One Year to Start Saving for Retirement Could Cost You More Than $20000 That means every extra year

Deadly delta waves

Thursday, June 17, 2021

Bloomberg The UK recorded the most coronavirus cases in one day since mid-February as a new wave driven by the highly transmissible and potentially more resistant delta variant takes shape. More than

😨 The next big crypto disruption

Thursday, June 17, 2021

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Money Cheat Sheet: Grow, Thrive, YOLO

Thursday, June 17, 2021

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Black Americans Have Had Too Little Life Insurance for Decades. Here’s How One Agent Is Fighting That

Thursday, June 17, 2021

Atlanta insurance agent Ebony Ruffin on life insurance and financial planning challenges faced by Black families. June 17, 2021 INSURANCE Black Americans Have Had Too Little Life Insurance for Decades.