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Men with beard kills the razor industry, and after Equifax settlement, should you choose free credit monitoring or $ 125? The FTC has an answer



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Personal Finance
This is why loneliness and dating apps are such a bad match

New research highlights what people are likely to become addicted to apps that Tinder and Hinge have in common.

Parents spend hundreds, sometimes thousands of dollars, to decorate their children's colleges.

Some students paid interior designers $ 2,000 to create living rooms with color-coordinated rugs and ottomans.

I've been driving two hours to visit my elderly parents twice a week for 10 years – shouldn't I receive compensation?

& # 39; I have spent the equivalent of three years in 40 hours of working weeks visiting our parents, running errands, and commuting. & # 39;

Why & # 39; charitable contributions & # 39; will not help you get around SALT deduction limits

The tax authorities have put together a state-led plan to provide a "work around" SALT deduction limits.

Why it may be more difficult for Americans to get a mortgage loan

Will be a minority and low-income buyers may be particularly hard hit by this policy change at CFPB.

After Equifax settlement, should you choose free credit monitoring or $ 1
25? The FTC has an answer

Millions of people have already visited the FTC's website for claims since the settlement was announced a week ago.

Be careful, the tax authorities follow your eyes with inheritance.

A little noticed tax message is already on the table, and another is waiting in the wings.

Men with beards kill razor industry

Procter & Gamble blames Gillette's $ 8 billion impairment on "lower shave frequency." – free

This will be the third holiday Maegan Bagley takes that has not cost her a red cent, and her second to Disney World.

From Equifax to Capital One – everything you wanted to know about data breaches and hacks, but were afraid to ask

Millions of Americans wonder, "Was my data broken in the Capital One hack?" what to do next.

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Pentagon delays JEDI decision, which pits Amazon against Microsoft, pending review

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10 alarming things about the economy that politicians won't tell you

The Congressional Budget Office reveals shocking forecasts of immigration, debt and spending over the next 30 years.

Big Tech antagonist Hawley has a bill to stop "social media addiction"

Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., Introduced the SMART Act late Tuesday to curb what he calls "addictive and deceptive techniques," the latest move in his personal crusade against the biggest social media players.

Trump ramp up China's trade war while leading to rally in Ohio

On Thursday, President Trump set up his trade war with China, threatening new tariffs in a move that sent shares to plummet.

Boston was named the best American city for students, but it doesn't crack the global top 10

Boston boasts dozens of universities in and around the city, including some internationally acclaimed institutions such as Harvard and MIT. What it cannot boast, however, is a top-10 finish in a new survey of the best cities in the world for students. And no other city in the United States.

The economy has problems, but the job market is not one of them: the US probably added 171,000 jobs in July

The economy may be more fragile now than it was last year, but it's hard to say Look at the muscular labor market in the United States. The US probably added 171,000 new jobs in July, bringing unemployment back to a 50-year low of 3.6%.


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