Personal Finance Daily: Most essential workers have seen their pay increase during the pandemic — but many still don’t believe they’re being paid a fair wage and the Missouri attorney general threatens to sue cities that help cover out-of-state abortion travel
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Most essential workers have seen their pay increase during the pandemic — but many still don’t believe they’re being paid a fair wage
‘Tepid wage increases are part of the reason for the Great Resignation,’ one expert said. Read More
‘No way’: Missouri attorney general threatens to sue cities that help cover out-of-state abortion travel
The lawsuit threat came after Kansas City, Mo., passed legislation that could reimburse city employees’ travel costs. Read More
‘This will be an expensive trip’: I’ve been invited to a destination wedding in New Orleans. I live in L.A. Is it tacky to ask the bride if I can bring a plus-one?
‘We don’t have many mutual friends anymore, and those we do have are married, so I won’t be able to share a hotel room with anyone.’ Read More
‘Deleting this app right now!’ Are period-tracking apps safe to use in a post-Roe world?
Period-tracking apps are rushing to revisit their privacy settings and caution users about court orders for information in the wake of the Supreme Court’s ruling Read More
How electric truck buyers are hedging their bets
Customers who reserved a Cybertruck, Rivian, Ford F-150 Lightning or Chevy Silverado EV are making sure they get the first one to come along. Read More
ARMs are making a comeback—are they too risky for hopeful homebuyers?
Adjustable rate mortgages are appropriate for some buyers and risky for others, and the line between can be fuzzy. How to decide if an ARM is right for you. Read More
Borrowers are on edge—will Biden cancel student debt or not? Here’s what’s going on.
President Biden is the only person who can unilaterally relieve 43 million borrowers of some of their collective $1.7 trillion debt. So what is he waiting for? Read More
Car quality is slipping: These are the brands with the most and least complaints, study finds
25 of 33 brands saw their scores grow worse this year in J.D. Power’s Initial Quality Study. Read More
‘It could be the difference between an approval and denial’: Experian, Equifax and TransUnion remove fully-paid medical debt from credit reports. Will this help your credit score?
‘The upside is tremendous,’ one credit expert said. Read More
‘We need people in it for the long haul’: Abortion funds have raised more than $6 million since Roe v. Wade reversal
The National Network of Abortion Funds says it’s ‘taking into account both the reality that more people will need to travel and the higher cost of doing so.’ Read More