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Celebrate Labor Day Safely: keep the socializing outside and don't touch anyone
Don't let the coronavirus crash your vacation barbecue
Think twice before wearing a face shield to protect against COVID-19 instead of a fabric face mask – here's why
Teachers and students return to schools and colleges – sometimes they wear face shields instead of masks.
Loopholes in the CDC's eviction ban could leave some tenants homeless, housing lawyers say
Ambiguity in the wording of the national eviction moratorium means that some Americans could still lose their homes amid the coronavirus pandemic.
My husband wants 50% of my mother's inheritance because he earns more than me. I said no. Am I being unreasonable
I said I was ready to get a money manager and open a retirement account on both of our behalf. I always worked, even while I was raising our daughter.
My father left me money for a house – and my husband put his name on the deed. How do I make sure our children are doing well?
When his mother died, he received an inheritance of $ 8,000. I was never told about this money and he spent it all. "
Asymptomatic children infected with COVID-19 can "shed" the coronavirus for weeks
New evidence about coronavirus transmission in children sheds light on the pandemic at an important time for families, communities and public health officials.
"A man's cave on wheels": My husband's motor home is his pride and joy – but he owes $ 75,000 for it. If he dies, am I liable?
"I'm worried that if something happens to him, I'll have a lien on my house."
'We can't give up our vigilance': Scientists say some children could spread COVID-19 even if they have antibodies
"For most viruses, once you start to recognize antibodies, the virus is no longer recognized." But with COVID-19 we see both. "
"My brother was my best friend": He moved into my late father's house, changed locks and blew his money through. Should I bring criminal charges?
"He and his wife were in serious financial debt before their father died. When I confronted my brother, he blocked me on social media and has since refused to speak to me."
Thoughts of suicide during the pandemic? Here's how to deal with it and get help
"Some of the biggest risk factors for suicide are part of everyday life today."
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According to the Fed's Powell, the job report was "good," suggesting that low rates could last for years
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said Friday's report that 1.4 million Americans found or returned to work in August was good news, but the economy will likely require low interest rates for years.
Biden Beats Trump Over Alleged Troop Comments, Says President "botched" virus response
A visibly angry Joe Biden beat up President Donald Trump on Friday for commenting on US military personnel, stating that Trump's mismanagement of the coronavirus pandemic is holding back the economy.
Another coronavirus bailout is unlikely to happen after the job report and deal in August to avoid a government shutdown, the analyst says
According to some analysts, based on Friday's job report, Washington is more likely not to deliver another major coronavirus relief package. An agreement to avoid a shutdown by the federal government can also affect the chances of reaching an agreement on aid.
The August job report is a lot better than it looks. Here's why (and why it may not last)
The biggest, and arguably best, news in the US employment report for August was a huge surge in the number of people saying they were back to work.
The only route to a significantly higher stock market is through a bubble like the one in the late 1920s and 1990s, says an analyst who canceled the rally from the March lows
A popular stock market valuation move is nearing the level it hit just before the last two years of the 20th century's most powerful bull markets – if it breaks out again, prepare for the construction and eventual bursting of another bubble, a Wall Street warns -Veteran calling the market rally from the March low.
Why "sell and go in May" was money-losing advice for stock investors in 2020
This seasonal market timing pattern makes sense in just one year in four, writes Mark Hulbert.
The 50-year-old Vanguard mutual fund holds its own against younger competitors
The Vanguard Wellesley Income Fund shows how a mixed equity / bond portfolio can make money for investors.
Today's older workers may see the first cuts in social security benefits
The Congressional Budget Office released an updated budget outlook, including the impact of the pandemic on the economy.
Technical bloodbath aside, ride these two giants for the second half of recovery, says one veteran analyst
Don't worry about the carnage. An analyst says the second phase of economic recovery in the second half of this year and through 2021 will “boost” the fundamentals and growth paths of well-positioned technology stocks
Just $ 5 and an iPhone can open the door to investing in the world's rarest fine wines
The rally's wine offerings are valued at $ 148,000 and include a Chateau Latour ’05 and a Chateau Petrus 2016
Market Price: Why It's Too Early To Call Tech Plunge The Beginning Of A Correction
Tech and other soaring stock market sectors were hit hard on Thursday, but the move was so overdue it's hard to label it as the start of a lengthy correction, investors and analysts say.
The stock market is at its peak – these are the 26 stocks to own during the downturn
Investors have pushed the stock up too indiscriminately and excessively.