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Buckle up: your July 4th road trip will cost you – as gasoline prices hit a 7-year high
Nearly 44 million Americans are expected to take road trips over the holiday weekend, according to the AAA. Continue reading
My husband has $ 75,000 on his credit card and plans to spend $ 8,000 on sporting events. What can I do? Am I on the hook if he dies?
“My credit is excellent, so we bought our house on my credit. His credit is bad – he has a heavy load and late payments. ”Read More
Home price growth hits a record high – but homeowners shouldn't be celebrating just yet
Buyers are facing an affordability crisis that threatens to flush the housing market with cold water. Continue reading
A classic Ford truck, just smaller and under $ 20,000: the Ford Maverick Hybrid
Small trucks are finally back, and the new Maverick has a classic Ford truck look, five seats and a flexible bed. Continue reading
These neobanks have a mission to support underrepresented communities
One black American bank is trying to fill the wealth gap; another is helping people with disabilities save money without risking government benefits. Continue reading
Expectations have changed: consider renegotiating your work performance for more and better perks
Social justice issues and long-distance options have led some people to expect more from their employers. Here are some benefits that reflect time. Continue reading
How does the Mercedes-Benz CLA 2021 compare to the BMW 2 Series 2021?
Both of these compact / small luxury cars offer the expected quality and a wide variety of engines, including high performance variants. See which one is right for you. Continue reading
“The number 1 in my portfolio is a Hyundai Sonata Hybrid 2017”: Some Americans make tidy profits from the sale of their used cars
According to Edmunds.com, the average used vehicle cost an all-time high of $ 26,457 that month. Continue reading
The Supreme Court refuses to try a teleworking and income tax case out of state
The problem of "tax incoherence in several states" will not go away, said a taxpayer advocacy group. Continue reading