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Turns out a real estate guru peddling the ‘deal of a lifetime’ was really a fraud, prosecutors say
Matthew Onofrio claimed he’d cracked the code on commercial real estate, but is accused of fleecing inexperienced investors and banks. Read More
I’m a new mother, and can’t afford to pay $400 to attend a friend’s bachelorette party. Another friend backed out. Should I reconsider?
‘I declined to stay with the group in part due to my postpartum depression, not being with my child and finances.’ Read More
Hurricane season’s late start made for an average year but a big insurance bill
Even with deadly and expensive Ian, the 2022 Atlantic hurricane season wrapped on Nov. 30 with leftover names and long-term lessons. Read More
Government watchdog finds no misconduct or ‘malicious code’ after IRS selected former FBI officials James Comey and Andrew McCabe for tax audits
The New York Times reported in July that the former Federal Bureau of Investigation officials were both audited by the IRS. Read More
High-income Black mothers and their newborns have worse health outcomes than their less-wealthy white peers
Medical resources don’t ‘trickle down’ to all families, according to a new working paper. Read More
When winter driving gets serious, should you get snow tires? Here’s a guide.
They are one of the least expensive and most effective ways to make your car safer in winter. This guide will teach you what you need to know about snow tires. Read More
Has Airbnb lost its appeal? The numbers seem to say otherwise.
How much has all this anti-Airbnb sentiment on social media really affected the industry? Could up-and-coming hostels snatch some of Airbnb’s market share? Read More
What is effective altruism? 7 facts about FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried’s favorite charitable giving strategy — and one big question
The effective altruism movement was counting on FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried’s billions. Read More