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In August, 4.3 million Americans quit their jobs. Then in September, another 4.4 million did the same. We refer to it as the great resignation, though others call it the great reshuffling or the great reorganization. Whatever you choose to call it, the Covid-driven phenomenon looks the same: People are rethinking their careers and making […]

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Credit card perks are changing. Here are some tips to choose the one to match your goals.

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Can video games teach your kids about money? 4 ways to start the discussion with guest Kimberly Palmer, Credit Card and Personal Finance Exper…

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Can video games teach your kids about money? 4 ways to start the discussion with guest Kimberly Palmer, Credit Card and Personal Finance Exper…

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Buying a car: why you may want to wait, and tips if you have to purchase now. Phil Reed, automotive expert with NerdWallet, joins Teri to discuss.

Q: We’re in our early 80s and we own our home. We have a loan of about $95,000 and make monthly payments of $700 to the lender. We don’t have much in savings, but we do have some. If a major repair came along it would deplete our savings. Would we be smart to sell the home now and rent?

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