Trapped at Home in the Pandemic With Mold and a Leaky Roof

Trapped at Home in the Pandemic With Mold and a Leaky Roof

As the wealthy upgrade their homes, poor New Yorkers have to wait out the health crisis in rundown public housing.

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The right to repair movement is still going strong in the U.S.

If you paid for something in full you still might not be allowed to repair it if it becomes broken. The right to repair movement wants to change that.

Everything we own will one day stop working the way we want it to work. That goes for our cars, our applian…

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How to understand the real cost of your car, beyond your monthly payment

Summary List PlacementCongratulations — you’ve found the car and financing option that are right for you.
(If you haven’t, check out our tips for how to do so here.)
Before you hit the road, it’s important to keep in mind that the total cost of a car extends …

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I was nervous about becoming a landlord, but 5 signs showed me I was ready to take on the challenge

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  • Before becoming a landlord, I spent a lot of time thinking about money, but realized that I had to be emotionally ready, too.
  • Knowing how to conduct myself professionally was important before becoming a landlord. 
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    3 Surprising Things My Emergency Fund Has Paid For

    Many people use their emergency savings for home or car repairs. I’ve done that as well, but here are three other times mine came in handy.

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