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147 Views ● 12 days agoLeaving Twitter? Here are 9 social media alternatives While Twitter isn’t easy to replace, there are other social-media alternatives available in case Twitter changes radically or crumbles under Musk. Here are 9 social media alternatives to Twitter.
41 Views ● 26 days agoHere’s how much Netflix, Disney+ and other streaming service Four major streaming services have already raised monthly subscription prices this year, and Disney+ is set to do so next month.
55 Views ● 27 days agoThese people impacted the markets and your money the most th The MarketWatch 50 is a list of 50 people whose actions, work and opinions are impacting markets and your money. Here are 10 who made the list.
63 Views ● 1 month agoThe Phillies are in the World Series — does this signal a st While it’s amusing to look at unscientific barometers of stock-market performance, ultimately they aren’t predictors of a recession.
93 Views ● 1 month agoThe 2022 World Series: who’s playing, how to watch, and whic The Philadelphia Phillies and Houston Astros secured their 2022 World Series spots and will play in what should be a star-studded matchup. Here’s what you need to know about the 2022 World Series:
57 Views ● 1 month agoWith mortgage rates around 7%, here’s the forecast for home Home prices are already moderating, falling month-over-month June to July for the first time in 20 years, according to Case-Shiller.
35 Views ● 1 month agoHere are the IRS’s new federal tax brackets The high inflation rate will produce a 7% increase in the size of the standard deduction when Americans file their taxes on their 2023 income.
40 Views ● 1 month ago6 ways to protect yourself from online scammers In 2021, more than 92,000 victims over the age of 60 reported losses of $1.7 billion to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
39 Views ● 1 month agoAmericans are expected to spend a record $10.6B on Halloween Total spending is expected to hit $10.6 billion, an increase of 5% or $500 million compared with last year, the National Retail Federation estimates.
58 Views ● 1 month agoHere’s what you need to know before buying a hearing aid With the arrival of over-the-counter hearing aids, there’s a lot to sift through in terms of types of devices and what to look out for. Here’s a guide to get started.
199 Views ● 1 month agoDo these 5 things with your extra $10,000 from Biden's stude If you’re one of the around 11.8 million people who will have their student loan debt eliminated thanks to Biden’s forgiveness plan, here’s what experts say you should do next.
44 Views ● 1 month agoHaving a baby could cost parents up to $16,000 in the first A new study by BabyCenter, which calculated costs based on a variety of items needed for a baby, found that a baby’s first year could cost parents on average $15,775.
46 Views ● 1 month ago6 key moments from Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral In case you missed the final farewell for Queen Elizabeth, here are some memorable moments from the ceremony.
565 Views ● 1 month agoAmazon Prime’s Early Access Sale starts Tuesday — here’s wha Amazon is rolling out a new holiday shopping event this week called “Amazon Prime Early Access Sale.”
557 Views ● 1 month agoThese are Americans’ favorite cities Condé Nast Traveler released the results of its readers’ choice poll to crown America’s best big city.
575 Views ● 1 month agoAll the 2022 Nobel Prize winners The 2022 Nobel Prizes were awarded this past week and the prize in economics was announced October 10.
566 Views ● 1 month agoFour ways to get more financial aid for college If you’re involved in the FAFSA process, here are 4 pieces of advice from college pros on what to do if you don’t think you’re getting the better end of the deal on your financial aid package.