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How to Predict Merit Aid in a Strange College Application Season
9/25/2020 10:30 AM
Students may have no test scores, altered grades and compromised extracurricular activities. So how will colleges dole out the discounts...Read More
 
Coronavirus Pandemic Increases Need to File FAFSA Form Early
9/25/2020 8:13 AM
The new FAFSA form, which is out on Thursday, requires last year’s tax data. But families that have lost income this year may need to take extra steps to qualify for help...Read More
 
As Donations Shift in the Pandemic, New Databases Aim to Help
9/25/2020 1:06 PM
Donors are giving money in different ways this year, and two new projects are helping them identify the nonprofit groups that can best use their money...Read More
 
Tax Strategies to Embrace, or Avoid, Before the November Election
9/18/2020 7:59 PM
No one knows the outcome of the presidential race or how Congress could adjust the tax code next year. But there are changes taxpayers can make now, financial advisers say...Read More
 
$2.50 a Year in Interest? That’s What $5,000 in Savings Gets
9/18/2020 8:00 AM
With the Federal Reserve keeping rates low, home buyers are benefiting. But savers? Their average interest rate is just 0.05 percent...Read More
 
How Covid Has Altered the Conversation About Money
9/17/2020 4:00 AM
Some women who have let their husbands deal with fiscal matters now recognize that they can no longer bury their heads in the sand...Read More
 
Help! My Very Direct Flight Added a Stop and So Many More Passengers
9/18/2020 2:45 PM
Sarah Firshein tries to resolve how a nonstop with seat selection became a packed “split flight,” with concerns over proper cleaning and an arrival two hours later than expected...Read More
 
Teen Stock Trading Seems Dangerous. It Doesn’t Have to Be.
9/23/2020 10:36 AM
Gunslinging young investors are making stock ownership seem like a terrible idea for novices. But owning equities, with limits and guardrails, can teach kids plenty...Read More
 
Who Gets Hurt When the World Stops Using Cash
9/11/2020 8:00 AM
Some people don’t have credit or debit cards, so a growing number of state and local governments are requiring businesses to accept cash...Read More
 
Four Questions to Help Demystify Your Relationship With Money
9/11/2020 8:00 AM
An author seeks to prompt critical thinking about money and the status and power that are accrued from it. Several experts offered their own take...Read More



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