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‘It could be the difference between an approval and denial’: Experian, Equifax and TransUnion remove fully-paid medical debt from credit reports on July 1. Will this help your credit score?
‘The upside is tremendous,’ one credit expert said. Read More
‘We need people in it for the long haul’: Abortion funds have raised more than $6 million since Roe v. Wade reversal
The National Network of Abortion Funds says it’s ‘taking into account both the reality that more people will need to travel and the higher cost of doing so.’ Read More
Weekend reads: What’s ahead for the stock market after that brutal first half of 2022
Also, housing mania, dividend stocks, contrarian investing and an increase in Social Security payments. Read More
‘The key is not to be paralyzed by fear.’ Now is the time to be proactive before higher rates show up on your credit card bills.
High interest rates are adding to the challenge of managing credit card debt, but if you make a plan, you can save money on interest. Here’s how to get started. Read More
‘I worry my sister and I will not see anything’: My grandfather married a second time before dying. Do I have any right to an inheritance?
‘He was a wealthy man and helped put me through college.’ Read More
‘Grant Bae was a scam’: FTC shuts down grant-writing service they say ripped off dozens of minority-owned businesses during the pandemic
Regulators say Traeshonna Graham claimed to secure grants for struggling businesses for thousands in fees but never delivered. Read More
Believe it or not, gas prices have been edging down ahead of the Fourth of July — here’s why
National gas price averages have been dropping since mid-June, AAA data says Read More
The cities where housing costs are poised to drop, according to one expert: ‘We’ve squeezed a decade of home-price appreciation into a year and a half’
John Burns Real Estate Consulting, like others in the field, is expecting a slowdown in housing. Read More
Good news: These 3 states and 3 cities will increase their minimum wage on July 1. Do you live in one of them?
America’s federal minimum wage has remained at $7.25 since 2009. Read More
I’m a recent widow. I’m building a house on my son’s and daughter-in-law’s land. Do I have legal ownership? What if they decide to sell, divorce, or die before me?
‘They want me to move nearby, as I lost my spouse recently.’ Read More