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Survivors of gender-based violence need money to stay safe — but have a median of $0 in savings, new report says
‘Having $0 in savings means having absolutely no safety net to fall back on and no ability to safely plan for the future.’ Read More
Weekend reads: Are we headed into a housing recession?
Also, health savings for seniors, the Fed and inflation, Bed Bath and Beyond and other meme stocks, and understanding how long a long-term investment is. Read More
Tito’s vodka is selling empty cans for $20
As the hard seltzer craze fizzles out, Tito’s Handmade Vodka trolls fans with empty, limited-edition resealable cans. ‘We don’t make seltzers. You do,’ it says. Read More
The number of Black renters who can afford to buy a home plunged over the last year — as monthly mortgage payments have doubled since 2020
As rates rose, the monthly payment on a median-priced home grew by 35%, pricing some people out of the market. Read More
This is exactly the best time to book an Airbnb to save money
An analysis of real-world booking data of hundreds of Airbnbs reveals how far in advance you should book. Read More
‘Remote work is here to stay,’ says New York Federal Reserve
Employees prefer to go into the office on some days more than others. Read More
Let’s Take a Look Inside Serena Williams’ Smashing Homes
Tennis great Serena Williams recently announced her plans to retire from the sport. She’ll walk away with an amazing 23 Grand Slam singles titles, just one shy of the all-time record. Read More
Which is healthiest — an ice-cream cone, a bag of Fritos or a multigrain bagel? The answer may surprise you.
Research from Tufts University shows that certain foods often considered unhealthy are more nutritious than some might expect Read More