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Let’s Take a Look Inside Serena Williams’ Smashing Homes
Tennis great Serena Williams recently announced her plans to retire from the sport. She’ll walk away with an amazing 23 Grand Slam singles titles, just one shy of the all-time record. Read More:
‘Plunge into affordability’. Mortgage rates dip slightly due to cooling inflation data, but new construction slows
The 30-year fixed-rate mortgage averaged 5.13% as of Aug. 18, according to Freddie Mac. That’s a 9-basis-point drop from the previous week. Read More:
Baby-formula shortage is finally easing, although some states are still seeing high out-of-stock rates
There were 25% more baby-formula products in stores and online compared to three months ago, according to the latest data. Read More:
“I grew up an only child”. My father wants me to inherit the family home, but my late mother also had a son from her first marriage. Are we doing the right thing?
“My dad says the house will pass to me in a transfer-on-death deed, so it cannot be contested by my half-brother. Is that correct?’ Read More:
Your next career or life move doesn’t have to be an ‘either-or’ choice. Give yourself a ‘both-and’ decision.
When facing a dilemma or conflict, here’s how to find a creative, ‘win-win’ solution. Read More:
The LGBTQ+ community needs help meeting retirement and personal finance goals. Financial advisers have a huge opportunity to make a difference.
To attract clients in the LGBTQ+ community, advisers can signal their inclusiveness with these steps. Read More:
Biden’s Inflation Reduction Act promises tax credits for new and used electric vehicles — here’s how to actually claim them
Here’s what to know about income caps, sticker-price limits, and rules around final assembly in North America. Read More:
How this lawyer got $413,000 in student loans forgiven
As she watched her debt balloon, this legal director of a non-profit grappled with the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program to get the loans discharged Read More