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U.S. house values fell for the first time since 2012, Zillow says. Sellers and buyers are facing a very different housing market to 2020
Industry experts say housing is in a recession. But this is very different from 2008. Read More
‘After my mom died, they did not visit my dad or call him’: My parents left me $800,000. My 2 sisters predeceased them, leaving 6 kids. Do they deserve any inheritance?
‘Christmas presents from the previous year were left unclaimed under the tree.’ Read More
Apple workers tell CEO Tim Cook: ‘We demand location-flexible work’
Petition launched by a group of workers calling itself AppleTogether. Read More
More than half of the U.S. labor force will be freelance by 2027. Here’s why that’s a good thing for workers and businesses alike
Businesses will avail themselves of the best talent on a project-by-project basis, whether that project is simple and quick or complex and more long term. Read More
Used car prices crept up again, but there’s some good news
New cars are still selling for more than ever, affecting the used market. Here are the used cars with the most and least inventory. Read More
Big chance for a fresh start for student loan borrowers who are in default
About 7.5 million student loan borrowers with loans in default have a chance to enter repayment in “good standing” — but only if they want in. Read More
‘The pause has meant everything:’ What happens to borrowers — and the economy — if Biden lets student loan payments resume in September
As borrowers wait for answers from the Biden Administration about what’s next, a debate is unfolding about the potential economic impact officials’ decision Read More
America has entered a housing recession, builders and brokers say. But what does that mean if you’re buying or selling a house?
Recession fears are affecting buyers, who consume more media and information about the future of the economy. Read More