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Biden is donating 400 million N95 masks — here’s how to expand their use and recycle them
Even when disposable seems safer, it can be difficult for Americans who generally recycle to accept so much mask waste. Read more
Forget dogs and cats – hamsters are quickly becoming the “it” pet
About 1.5 million American homes are now home to a hamster. Read more
Good news for buyers? New home construction activity increases, amid rising building permits
U.S. homebuilders are facing a growing backlog of construction projects they haven’t started work on, which should continue to inject supply into the housing market in 2022.
Stocks still look attractive even with Fed tightening
Equities should continue to generate earnings gains above nominal GDP growth Read more
In trouble? Here are 5 things you can do to strengthen your finances.
The past year has been a time of financial stress for many Americans. If you’re feeling rushed, here are some things you can do to stay afloat. Read more
The 2022 Honda Pilot does just about everything right
A pillar of its category, the Pilot is solid, safe, reliable, spacious and well equipped. Read more
You have fear and anxiety about money… do you need a financial advisor or a financial therapist?
Here’s how the two are different and how you can determine which one will best help you achieve your financial goals. Read more
I paid the mortgage and child support while my ex-husband was MIA for decades. He will only sell his share of our house to our daughters. What can I do?
“He only lived in the house for the first four years.” Read more
COVID benefits have saved many Americans money and paid off debt — but that band-aid is stealing for some
According to a Morning Consult survey, women and low-income Americans don’t feel very good about their finances. Read more
This budget shows a Seattle-area couple donates $13,000 a year to a church — and only $3,000 in savings
An eyebrow-raising graph on Reddit also shows the couple paying less than $2,000 a month for their mortgage in one of the country’s most expensive real estate markets.