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First a Victim of Tax Return Identity Theft, Then a 2-Year Wait for a Refund
6/14/2024 8:00 AM
The I.R.S.’s Taxpayer Advocate Service found that many of those affected were lower-income people who depended on refunds to cover living costs. The wait is “ridiculous,” the head of the service said...Read More
 
Why the Stock Market Has Risen Even With No Fed Rate Cuts
6/14/2024 3:22 PM
The S&P 500 has been buoyant mainly because of A.I. fever, while bonds are having another mediocre year. But as an investor, our columnist is staying the course...Read More
 
Biden Proposes Dropping Medical Debt From Credit Reports
6/11/2024 6:20 PM
The move would offer relief to millions of Americans who need a better credit score to get an apartment or a car, but it would not wipe out their financial obligations...Read More
 
Student Loan Bills Are Dropping Next Month for Many, but There’s a Hiccup
6/12/2024 11:13 AM
The Education Department has not finished recalculating payments for millions of borrowers enrolled in SAVE, forcing loan servicers to put many loans into forbearance...Read More
 
Destinations Where the Dollar Buys More
6/10/2024 4:02 AM
American travelers going abroad this summer will find their money buys more in some unexpected countries, including Japan and Australia...Read More
 
How to Get a Refund When Your Airline’s Wi-Fi Is Terrible
6/8/2024 4:04 AM
We compiled shortcuts and links for every big U.S. carrier — and some little-known tips that should make it easier to get your money back...Read More
 
Looking for Pet Insurance? Some Dog Breeds Will Cost More to Cover.
6/7/2024 8:00 AM
Premiums for big dogs and purebreds are generally higher. But as one expert put it, “Every dog can get sick.” Here’s what to know about coverage...Read More
 
When a Bank Rescinds a Job Offer Because It Canceled Your Credit Card
6/6/2024 4:03 AM
Last year, JPMorgan Chase wanted to pay Mansoor Shams a low-six-figure salary to work in a marketing role. Then it reviewed his account activity...Read More
 
How a Retirement Withdrawal Can Lead to a Perjury Conviction
6/1/2024 12:00 PM
A prominent lawyer was recently sentenced to home confinement for falsely claiming hardship to withdraw funds. How desperate must you be to take money out...Read More
 
Alzheimer’s Takes a Financial Toll Long Before Diagnosis, Study Finds
6/3/2024 10:33 AM
New research shows that people who develop dementia often begin falling behind on bills years earlier...Read More



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