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I had a date with a great guy. I didn’t drink, but his wine added $36 to our bill. We split the check equally. Should I have spoken?
“He had a Chardonnay with his salad and a Cabernet with his main course. I don’t drink during the week and was happy to drink tap water. Read more
1 in 3 Americans earning $250,000 or more say they live paycheck to paycheck – are they really?
Why do high earners struggle between paydays? It depends on how you actually define “living paycheck to paycheck,” say financial experts. Read more
The weekend reads: If you agree inflation has peaked, buy stocks in that sector
Also, recommended value stocks, small cap stocks and inflation hedging, the Fed and good news for companies leaving Russia. Read more
Biden is willing to forgive $10,000 in student loans per borrower — what it means for your budget, credit score and tax bill
Last year, median student loan debt was $20,000 to $24,999, according to a Federal Reserve survey. Read more
‘I would like to be married now. I would like to be a dad now. I’d love to have a house now’: The winners and losers of Biden’s plan to forgive $10,000 in student loan debt
Americans with high levels of student loan debt and those with private loans are among those who do not see the cancellation lighten their burden. Read more
8 US Cities With The Most Vegan Food Scenes
Check out the tempting deals in these vegan-friendly U.S. cities, making it easy to get veggies out for visitors and residents alike. Read more
Why take out travel insurance? You may already be covered.
A positive COVID test could derail your trip, which is why travel insurance has become almost essential. But do you need to pay out of pocket? Read more
Inflation is coming for middle class households as higher prices hit big box stores. Will they reduce discretionary purchases?
Higher prices at big-box retailers are squeezing middle-income shoppers, who have avoided the brunt of inflationary pressure – until recently. Read more
Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian sells Brooklyn condo for $2.3 million
Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian is ready to sell his Brooklyn apartment. It is available now for $2,295,000. Read more
New research casts doubt on rent control as a way to help the poor: ‘Renters who benefited the most from rent control had higher incomes and were more likely to be white’
Researchers at the University of Southern California said rent control hurt property values in St. Paul, Minnesota by $1.6 billion. Read more