Month: November 2022

Working from home (WFH) has taken a big jump after the Covid-19 pandemic, and some very smart people think it’s here to stay (as I reviewed in my last blog), because many highly educated workers like it. But others aren’t so sure whether employers will continue supporting it, especially if the economy softens and labor
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The San Francisco Bay Area is well-known for its high cost of living and, more specifically, how expensive home prices are. This isn’t a new development; in fact, during the famous California Gold Rush, which began in 1848, residents of San Francisco were already complaining of how expensive things were. But, beginning with the original
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Airbnb is partnering with several major landlords and management companies to list designated apartment buildings where renters are allowed to offer short-term sublets on the site. The company said Wednesday that a new page on its website will list so-called Airbnb-friendly buildings, which will give tenants the option to host their apartments just as homeowners
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Sam Norpel and her family. Norpel, 48, second from the right, got Covid-19 in December 2021 and hasn’t recovered. This chronic illness, known as long Covid, impacts up to 23 million Americans. Kirstie Donohue Sam Norpel used to present regular financial updates to C-suite executives. Now, unpredictable bouts of broken, staccato speech make that impossible
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Investors may be on the doorstep of a deep pullback. Morgan Stanley’s Mike Wilson, who has an S&P 500 year-end target of 3,900 for next year, warns corporate America is getting ready to unleash downward earnings revisions that will pummel stocks. related investing news Deutsche Bank maps out specifically how stock market will trade for
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Viktorcvetkovic | E+ | Getty Images A combination of high inflation and plentiful job openings may tempt some retirees into rejoining the workforce. But if you’re thinking about working, either part time or full time, and you’re already collecting Social Security retirement benefits, there are a few things you may want to know first. Social
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Most baby furniture and decor is meant to be functional, but certainly not always stylish. So oftentimes designed-inclined parents are forced to choose between what reflects their own aesthetic and what’s best for the baby. Fortunately, it looks like many brands are starting to recognize this dilemma and are now creating everything from pack and
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The past few years have stressed the way we look at and even define retirement. With the rise of the gig economy, COVID-19 shutdowns and higher-than-average inflation and market volatility in 2022, many people are questioning the status of their retirement plans. These current conditions highlight a challenging reality of retirement planning: It’s dynamic. A
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