Over the last year, matrimonial lawyers have reported an uptick in clients seeking information about divorce. Additionally, divorce-related keyword internet searches are up by 11%, with nearly twice as many people searching “file for divorce online” and 14% more people typing “I...
Before the pandemic, wage disparities already made it tougher for working women to pay off student loans than men. Now, after a second year of juggling increased caregiving duties, over a million women have had to drop out of the workforce as...
Traveling is something lots of people want to do, but it’s not exactly inexpensive. Market research firm Destination Analysts reported that enthusiasm for travel has rebounded in time for the holidays. Many travelers — 60% — also agree that...
The price of just about everything is going up right now. Sometimes it’s obvious – like at the meat counter or the car dealership – and sometimes it’s more subtle, like in the grocery store aisles. That’s because in...
Imagine your future home as an energy hub storing electricity from the grid when clean wind power is plentiful, and then selling it back - at a profit - when demand surges elsewhere. For Sussex grandmother Kate Giammatteo, that...
Saving enough for retirement can be a challenge. You don't want to miss out on opportunities to grow your nest egg. In particular, there are free sources of money that can help you save for your future. Here are...
Sure, a market crash can be unsettling, at a minimum. At a maximum, it can have you hyperventilating and preparing to sell all your holdings. That's generally not advisable, though. Here are three reasons why you shouldn't worry about...
It's an idea that isn't always given much thought, but not every type of investment is well suited for every type of investment account. Higher-risk trades that might result in a loss often make the most sense when placed...
You may have certain financial goals for 2022, like buying a home or making renovations to your current one. To meet those goals, you may need to whip your credit score into better shape so you can do things like qualify for...
Social Security benefits can be a lifeline in retirement, bridging the gap between what you have saved and what you need to pay the bills. However, the average retiree only receives around $1,500 per month in benefits, according to...
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