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Elon Musk’s Twitter bid may tempt retail investors to ‘buy the rumor, sell the news’: Here’s what financial advisers suggest instead
Twitter shares were initially up and Tesla shares were down after news of Musk’s bid to buy the social media company at more than $43B Read More
Addicted to cash: Owner of Florida rehab network convicted in $58 million drug testing fraud
Carie Lyn Beetle was accused of submitting excessive claims for expensive urine tests and paying kickbacks to patients to sign up for her facilities. Read More
‘Please help!’ It seems like I have been paying my child’s student loan forever. How much longer must I pay it off?
‘Someone told me that when my husband passed away, even though we were divorced at the time, I wouldn’t have to keep paying the loan.’ Read More
Twitter has a user problem — and it’s got nothing to do with Elon Musk
The Tesla founder wants to buy Twitter in a deal valuing the social-media company at more than $43 billion. Read More
Mortgage rates soar to highest level in over a decade — even wealthy home buyers are feeling the pain
As interest rates on home loans surge above 5%, the pandemic-related boom in purchases of second homes is coming to a screeching halt. Read More
The new 2022 VW Taos: a spirited SUV with impressive handling
Though it looks a lot like a smaller version of the Atlas, the Taos offers a comfortable ride, solid handling and a starting price of $23,295. Read More
Can you afford to be a bridesmaid or go to that destination wedding?
Between travel and lodging, gifts, attire and time off work, the expenses can add up. Here’s how to handle the financial load of attending weddings. Read More
When does a solo 401(k) make sense for self-employed people, and what are the contribution limits?
How to save for retirement when you’re self-employed and cut your tax bills along the way. Read More
Here’s the charitable-giving strategy that helps the 1% cut their tax bills
Charity tax breaks for people with less cash aren’t as generous, ProPublica investigation finds. Read More
New York Public Library makes banned books free to all on its app
Cardholders can download hundreds of thousands of titles, but Books for All offers a select ‘banned’ list to anyone, anywhere with a tablet or smartphone. Read More