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Financially Fragile Americans During COVID-19 Struggle To Answer These 15 Money Questions – Can You?
A new survey asked who could cover unforeseen expenses during the first days of the pandemic.
My wife and I have 3 children. I also have 3 children from a previous marriage. How to share our house between these 6 children?
The Moneyist replies, “There is a meticulous, albeit slightly crude, way of slicing this cake.”
Our building is giving staff an additional 25% tip due to COVID-19. My husband wants to maintain this in 2021. I disagree. What should we do?
“I am an Upper East Side wife and mother of two. I realize that I am very lucky.
My mother gave me a substantial financial donation. I returned it. My future ex-husband says half is his
“My husband persuaded me to add his name to the account with my mother’s money.
I took care of everything after my father died. My aunt, who claims she is entitled to $ 27,000 in her bank account, says I only care about her money
‘I called my father’s bank and was told his sister was listed as an authorized person on his bank account. ”
I won $ 100,000 in 2019, but much less in 2020. Why haven’t I received a stimulus check? How is that fair?
“ I also know people who made over $ 100,000 in 2019 but can’t get any stimulus because of their 2019 tax return. ”
Stimulus checks are rolling out quickly – but only after months of negotiations. Why it matters when the money arrives in your account
More time spent waiting for an unexpected sum can lead to less expenses and more savings, according to a new document.
“They get free money”: people will get a stimulus check for $ 600 and $ 300 in extra unemployment. Why is there no accountability?
“I heard about a case where a young adult bought a new used car with money. Another approach to the $ 13,000 mark in unemployment savings.
Under President Biden’s leadership, expect more aggressive oversight of the student loan industry
The Biden administration will ask the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to address student debt issues.
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UK now has enough vaccine ‘to cover whole population’ after AstraZeneca-Oxford COVID-19 vaccine cleared
“We have enough of this vaccine to immunize the entire population – 100 million doses,” UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock said on Wednesday.
No ‘realistic path’ for Senate vote on bigger stimulus checks, says McConnell
Prospects for larger direct payments to Americans from Washington faded on Wednesday, as Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said he would not allow a stand-alone vote on the proposal passed in the House Monday.
The second COVID wave is now deadlier in France than the first, and it is spreading rapidly across Europe
Medical experts advising the British government are calling for stricter rules to avoid “a catastrophe”.
America’s richest 10% “think they are untouchable, safe and protected” – but are they?
Charles Hugh Smith, previously hailed by CNBC as one of the internet’s top alternative financial bloggers, has some troubling ideas about what lies ahead in 2021.
UK Parliament ratifies post-Brexit trade deal as markets brace for big trade change on Tuesday
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and European Union leaders officially signed the trade treaty they concluded last week after 10 months of difficult negotiations on Wednesday.
Resurgence of Coronavirus-Driven Layoffs to Keep U.S. Unemployment Claims High
It doesn’t matter whether jobless claims in the United States rise or fall in the last full week of December, one thing is clear: the coronavirus has cut another hole in the labor market.