The rates, which will take effect on July 1, won’t make a big difference in monthly payments. But given the cost of college, one expert says, “this is a bit of good news.”
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Offering the chance of outsize returns on the back of a huge tax break, opportunity zones are attractive to investors. But there is a catch.
A decade from now, most middle-income seniors will not be able to pay the rising costs of independent or assisted living.
Anything these companies can do, people can do for themselves at no cost. Federal regulators recently filed suit against two of the biggest companies.
The ability to deduct business losses against income tax is common. But there are myriad other benefits, all legal, created specifically for commercial real estate.
Each year, we ask high school seniors to submit college application essays they’ve written about work, money, social class and related topics. Here are five that moved us.
Erasing the 2007-2009 bear market from 10-year stock returns has made ‘long-term’ performance look stellar, even though recent returns are unexceptional.
The Federal Trade Commission says it has seen fraudulent calls from Social Security impostors “skyrocket,” overtaking fake I.R.S. calls.
Many organizations measure the effect of investments meant to spur positive change, but the metrics they use, and their results, vary. Several are trying to make it easier.
For people without a college degree, finding work that offers decent pay can be a challenge. The solution may require a change in scenery.
The American bat mitzvah has never been more widely broadcast than in 2019.
Philanthropic experts said they were not shocked by what seemed like an ungrateful response to the money raised to restore the cathedral, but few agreed on a solution.
Just 17 states require high school students to complete a personal finance course. But more states may soon join them.
A new standard, called Stir/Shaken, could come to your mobile provider by the end of the year. But there are already ways around it.
Money diaries give you a peek into someone else’s spending — but may leave you with a bad taste in your mouth.
Divorce negotiations are never easy, and they became more complicated this year, thanks to the tax overhaul. Here are four tips for taxpayers to consider.
The popularity of proposals for a government-run, single-payer system among Democratic presidential candidates has hurt health care stocks, despite their strong earnings.
Schools are not required to use the same terminology in their offers. And an “award” could mean a grant — or a loan. “Celebrate,” one expert says. “Then, decide.”
In business, in a relationship or in any big project, you have to focus here before you focus there.