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My sister is a student nurse and asked me to cosign her $11K loan. Do I say yes?

I’m in my early 40s, out of debt and my credit score is finally excellent. So is it a terrible idea to cosign...

Bankruptcies have been brisk this year — and it’s just the halfway point

Americans were filing for bankruptcy much more in the first half of 2023 than they were at the same point last year, according...

: Pay hikes for switching jobs are shrinking — think twice before you jump ship

Even as employers keep up the hiring spree, pay increases for new hires don't appear to be keeping pace, according to ADP. Source link...

DoorDash, Uber, Grubhub sue New York City over minimum wage for delivery workers

Delivery-app companies sued New York City on Thursday over a law that...

‘Retirement is so traditional,’ try periodic retirement to find what’s next

During the recovery from the pandemic several workplace catchphrases generated buzz, including quiet quitting, great resignation, and hybrid work. Expressions like these in...

Assisted living would cost $100,000 a year where we live. We’re almost in our 60s, should we get long-term-care insurance? 

My husband and I are struggling to decide whether or not to buy long-term-care insurance. He is 59 and I am going on...

How the Supreme Court’s affirmative-action decision could impact companies too

The Supreme Court’s decision to strike down affirmative action in the college-admissions process Thursday may have also dealt a blow to corporate America’s...

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