Shopping for loved ones during the holidays doesn't have to break the bank. These tips can help you stretch your holiday dollar.
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Beckham announced in November that he planned to convert his salary for this NFL season into bitcoin
The Fed doesn't have much control over supply-chain disruptions that are causing higher prices, according to the chief economist at The Conference Board.
Fed rate hikes are coming — how to tackle your savings, mortgage, car payments and credit-card debt in advance
'It will soon be appropriate to raise the target range for the federal funds rate,' the Fed said.
400 million free N95 masks are starting to hit pharmacies — here’s how to extend their use, and recycle them
Even when disposable feels safer, it can be challenging for Americans who typically recycle to accept so much mask waste.
‘I absolutely don’t want his two brats to inherit one penny from me’: I’d like to leave my estate to charity rather than my partner
‘My partner is the executor of my will. I feel he has always had terribly poor judgment when it comes to financial matters.’
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NICU mom whose tearful maternity leave TikTok went viral says American families ‘are not taken care of’
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I told friends I was moving to France for a year. It’s now 4 years later, and I’m building a house in this village of 1,200 people.
'You could easily live here on $2,500 to $3,000 a month' --- much less than in either Provence or Paris.