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How the pandemic changed investing habits for different generations

The economic toll of the COVID-19 pandemic has changed consumer's strategies for spending, savings, and investing. Here's what to know.

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Pandemic-Year Taxes: What You Need to Know

The coronavirus pandemic disrupted the global economy in ways that may affect your 2020 taxes. WSJ tax reporter Richard Rubin shares his tips for t...

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Some states are cutting unemployment payments to push people back to work — are extra benefits really keeping Americans out of the labor force?

'The disappointing jobs report makes it clear that paying people not to work is dampening what should be a stronger jobs market,' the U.S. Chamber of Commerce said.

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This Mother’s Day, moms need a lot more than flowers

A new survey suggests an even better gift would be offering mom more financial peace of mind --- but it’s likely there’s a dining splurge coming too.

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What’s behind the steep rise in grocery prices over the last year?

The average unit price for meat rose 8.6% over the last year, figures show.

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Will full FDA approval for Pfizer-BioNTech’s vaccine move the needle on vaccine hesitancy?

'This will be one less arrow in the concern quiver.'

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‘Life turns on a dime’: She donated $950 from her first stimulus check to a food bank — then received a cancer diagnosis

After her financial circumstances changed, Toi Cudworth delayed payments on some loans, and bought frozen chicken and veggies because they’re cheaper and they last longer.

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