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The pandemic has ‘transformed the mindset’ of America’s job hunters

A majority of workers expect to be job hunting in the next year — especially those hit hardest by the coronavirus pandemic. Read More

Did Gov. Andrew Cuomo make a graceful exit? Workplace experts weigh in on how to leave a job

‘If you’re going to air these grievances, are you prepared to fully own the consequences?’ says one executive coach. Read More

My husband and I live in his late father’s house. He threatens divorce — and says I’ll end up homeless

‘My name is not on the home loan due to my credit, but my name is on the deed.’ Read More

What to know about paying taxes on mutual fund gains — especially this year

You can wind up owing taxes even if your mutual fund shares decline in value. Read More

My friend is worth $10 million. As his bookkeeper, I’m asked to record illegitimate expenses. Could I be prosecuted?

‘I am told what the expenses are — and I record them in our accounting software.’ Read More

Home sales rise as the limited number of properties on the market improves

While the inventory picture remains fairly grim, signs of improvement in July represent a major source of relief to home buyers. Read More

Employers face a dilemma: keeping workers safe with vaccine mandates — and holding onto their employees

Some companies are worried workers will balk at a vaccine requirement — and walk away at a time when they’re desperate to retain workers. Read More

This financial adviser helps people rebound from hard times. She knows what that’s like

‘We shed the shame and embarrassment so that it’s all about the future,’ financial adviser Stacie Rasmussen tells clients. Read More

How to minimize your car’s depreciation

The value of a new car significantly drops as soon as it’s driven off the dealer’s lot. Learn how depreciation fits into the overall cost of ownership, and how to maintain value. Read More

With fewer discounts and more supply chain problems, try these tips to control back-to-school spending

The pandemic has added new items, new costs, and new twists and turns to the process of back-to-school shopping. Read More

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