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Why the future of America’s middle class is so financially fragile.
Counting on a tax refund next year? Double-check your withholdings now.
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It’s the parents’ money, and whatever they decide to do with it is fair.
Two experts respond to one helicopter parent offering unwanted financial advice.
I do my best to provide informed answers based on my experience and reporting.
If your grown kids want to move back home, make them sign this contract.
Some advice on avoiding awkward silences when the restaurant check arrives.
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