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California is sending ‘inflation relief’ checks up to $1,050 — here’s who qualifies
23 million California taxpayers are set to get the inflation relief money this fall Read More
The world was already unhappier and more stressed than ever — then war and inflation hit
Gallup’s global Negative Experience Index hit an all-time high last year as the COVID-19 pandemic persisted Read More
Elmo gets the COVID vaccine, and says ‘there was a little pinch, but it was OK’
A Sesame Street PSA in partnership with the CDC and American Academy of Pediatrics says getting young kids vaccinated is ‘best way’ to keep everyone healthy Read More
Inflation has hit women hard: ‘There is a clear link between people experiencing financial stress and having poor mental health’
Women’s participation in the labor force dropped early in the pandemic and still hasn’t returned to pre-pandemic levels. Read More
‘He got a chunk of money when he divorced’: My boyfriend had problems paying rent before I moved in. I’m afraid I’ll end up paying the bills. Am I cheap?
‘I am not sure what I should do to feel comfortable with his financial issues. I would like to have some peace of mind.’ Read More
These cars are cute and cheap, and no one else has them—how you can get one
Need a car? Use the 25-year rule to get one of these quirky, small imported cars—
you can have fun driving one for a few years and perhaps even sell it at a profit. Read More
The lessons I learned the first time I charged an EV in public
Still, there often is a learning curve when trying something new with your own hands in the real world. Read More
Can you afford a road trip this summer? Here’s how to do it and save money.
If you’re still itching to drive to your vacation destination this summer, we’ll show you how to do it without going broke. Read More
These business majors have the highest ‘return on investment’ — with college graduates earning up to $165,000 a year
Analysis from Georgetown University shows the importance of major choice in college, and what profession you choose post-graduation. Read More
‘This is what I believe and what I stand for.’ Financial advisers consider dumping clients who spout offensive political views
Americans’ deep political divide is affecting financial adviser-client relationships. Read More