Personal Finance Daily: Why one analyst believes home sales may drop 25% by the end of summer and credit reports will soon stop counting most medical debt
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If you’re anxious about markets and investing, make sure your financial adviser understands
Advisers may not necessarily appreciate clients’ money worries. Read More
Husband-wife ‘crypto couple’ discussing plea deal with prosecutors in $4.5 billion bitcoin heist: court filing
Ilya Lichtenstein and Heather Morgan face up to 25 years in prison on charges of money laundering and fraud. Read More
‘I sell box turtles to rich Chinese people in New York:’ Kentucky man sentenced to prison for illegally selling $140,000 of pet reptiles, nearly crashing local market
Christopher Cool pleaded guilty to violating the Lacey Act, which prohibits the interstate sale of wildlife, in July 2020. Read More
‘The housing market is in the early stages of a substantial downshift’: Home sales may drop 25% by the end of summer, according to this analyst
The expected drop in home sales could bring relief to renters over time. Read More
Equifax, TransUnion and Experian will soon stop counting medical debt in credit reports — now, for the bad news
Credit reporting agencies could remove nearly 70% of medical debts from credit reports. Read More
We calculated how much more gas is costing for every type of vehicle—see how yours stacks up
Even hybrid drivers are feeling the pain, paying $40 more a month, and for some full-size SUVs, the added expense is pretty hefty. Read More
These are the fastest-charging EVs
With infrastructure challenges fading away, it’s getting easier to find chargers. We set out to find the five fastest-charging electric cars. Read More
Is travel back?
Though business travel has been slow to recover, TSA passenger numbers have edged closer and closer toward pre-pandemic levels. Read More
Should you hurry to refinance student loans? Some borrowers might want to wait.
Is this your last chance to refinance at historically-low interest rates? Most federal student loan borrowers will lose government safety nets if they do. Read More
‘She and I don’t care for each other at all’: My husband’s ex-wife put his name on the mortgage of their home, but not on the deed. What can we do?
‘His ex-wife is a snake in the grass.’ Read More