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I’m over 65, disabled, and am getting a $200,000 divorce settlement. Can I afford a house in Florida, or should I look in other states?
‘I really cannot buy any housing over that $200,000.’ Read More
Take MarketWatch’s 2022 Quiz: How much do you know about the biggest financial stories of the year?
In a year of records and market turmoil, how will you score on this 10-question quiz? Read More
Your 2023 vacation plans can include these free admission days at U.S. national parks
The National Park Service, caretaker of some of America’s most-prized natural and built landmarks, will offer select free admission days in 2023. Read More
My roommates and I have not paid our $1,600 electricity bill thanks to a pandemic-era moratorium. It’s in my name only — and we move out in February. What can I do?
‘My roommates are younger than me, and I don’t want to hurt their credit by suing in small-claims court.’ Read More
Americans name their No. 1 financial New Year’s resolution — and the timing couldn’t be better
Consumers cited rising inflation and the threat of recession as the top reasons for making their 2023 financial plans. Read More
The White House embraced debt forgiveness in 2022. Here’s what student-loan borrowers can expect in 2023.
2023 will likely be the year when borrowers learn how it will impact their wallets. Read More
‘Our social skills are like any other muscle’: Are you attending your first office party of the pandemic? It’s time to strategize.
Whether you’re new to the workplace or rusty after two years of remote work, this ultimate guide to office parties should help you. Read More
U.S. pending home sales fall 4% in November to the lowest level since April 2020
U.S. pending-home sales fell 4% in November, which is the sixth straight monthly drop, the National Association of Realtors said on Wednesday. Read More