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Will I just keep spending more and more money forever?

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Mortgage rates are at a 21-year high. Here’s what that means for you.

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How are you supposed to start investing?

You don’t need to be rich to work with a financial planner

Should you combine finances with your partner?

The difficult reality of restarting student loan payments, in 5 charts

Now might be a good time to consider quitting crypto

The problem with Apple’s big banking push

Tax pro-approved tips to make filing (a little) easier

You’re not bad with money. But you can get better.

Money Talks: The best friends running parallel businesses

How you can help the victims of the earthquake in Turkey and Syria

A practical guide to getting laid off

In search of an attainable New Year’s resolution

What your kid’s teacher really wants for the holidays

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One secret to cheap travel? Pet sitting.

How to cook and eat well when food is more expensive than ever

Easy ways to organize your digital life, from photos to emails

How to start saving and investing money — even amid economic uncertainty

What to do when your side hustle becomes a drag

How to keep money from tearing your friendships apart

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The escalating costs of being single in America

Why is life in this country so hostile to single people?

Money Talks: The couple who used lessons from 2008 to navigate 2020

Are credit scores a necessary evil?

Why do banks charge a fee for not having enough money?

The best $160 I ever spent: A session with a Black therapist

A last will and testament can be a huge fight for families

Money Talks: The couple that grew up with very different relationships to spending

Why so many people undercharge for their work

The thorny truth about socially responsible investing

Banks don’t want your money right now

Americans throw away too many clothes. Poorer countries are left with the waste.

Should you invest in little bits of paintings, cars, and comedians?

The worst money we’ve ever spent

How an unpaid bill can lead to prison

There are no easy answers on canceling student debt

From mental health to home-buying, there are myriad ways education loans can affect lives. That’s why it’s so difficult to find a one-size-fits-all solution, economists say.

Here’s what the “Black tax” does to so many families — including mine

How inheritance became a gift, a necessity, and a curse

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The future of the middle class depends on student loan forgiveness

Canceling debt is what’s needed to ensure a solid, equitable middle class.

These are the charities where your money will do the most good

Money Talks: They’ve been together for 15 years and are never getting married. It makes money complicated.

Inside FIRE, the implausible millennial movement to save, invest, and quit the American workplace

You can delay paying taxes if you owe them — but you still have to file on time