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Are you a millennial? Your net worth has likely doubled since the pandemic began (but there’s one big caveat)
Millennials’ net worth has jumped 106% to $9.38 trillion as of the first quarter of 2022. Read More
‘We get hundreds of thousands of dollars in royalties’: My late father left his investments to me and my sister, but gave me more than 50%. My sister wants half. What should I do?
‘My parents set up the company so that I had a slight majority of the shares.’ Read More
The No. 1 emerging real-estate market in America is also the RV capital of the world
The Emerging Housing Markets Index from the Wall Street Journal and Realtor.com analyzes the 300 largest metropolitan areas Read More
A drain, power outlets and a secret door are just some of the things in the ‘frunk’ of the Ford F-150 Lightning
Ford could have lined the space with plastic and called it a day. Like everything else on the all-electric F-150, Ford goes way beyond conventional. Read More
The best times to make big purchases, and how to plan for them
If you need to buy a big-ticket item, such as furniture or an appliance, here’s a few ways to strategize for sales and your budget. Read More
When student loan payments restart, will borrowers be able handle the pressure of inflation?
Student loan borrowers could face more difficulty meeting their monthly bills when federal loan payments restart Sept. 1, unless their debt is canceled before then. Read More
Does hybrid work hurt your job performance or promotion prospects? Finally, an answer.
A randomized trial involving 1,612 software engineers, marketing and finance professionals showed a shift in time management for hybrid workers. Read More
Do not leave a paper trail: How a group of sovereign citizens used a phony credit-repair business to amass a real-estate empire
Three co-conspirators were nabbed after months on the run for an alleged scam that used stolen identities to buy dozens of rental properties. Read More
‘I love Tucson. It’s a progressive place in a red state’: But I want to be near my daughter in Brooklyn. Should I sell my home and buy in New York — or rent?
‘I’d like to be a snowbird.’ Read More
1 in 3 people say they overspent on travel to earn
a credit cards sign-up bonus
As travel costs spiked amid record inflation, some people have tried to save money with credit card sign-up bonuses — and spent more than they could afford Read More