NewsWatch: There’s more money to be made in stocks than in ETFs today — here’s why
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There’s wider-than-usual dispersion in the returns of individual stocks as the bull market matures.
: ‘We shouldn’t be complacent’: Suicide deaths fell during the 2020 pandemic — but what caused the decline?
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'There is some evidence to suggest a short-term decrease in suicide in the immediate aftermath of a disaster.'
: Homeowners face the biggest property-tax hikes in 4 years — here’s where they pay the most
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There were 16 counties nationwide where homeowners paid more than $10,000 in property taxes last year on average.
The Moneyist: My husband doesn’t get along with my son. I brought most of the wealth into our marriage. How do I split my estate?
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‘My husband is more interested in dipping deep into our savings, and living it up in retirement while we are young enough to enjoy it.’
The Big Move: I want to build my dream home in New Jersey, but why is there a shortage of lumber, steel, microwaves and even refrigerators?
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Lumber prices are many times more expensive than they were a year ago, adding tens of thousands of dollars to the price of a newly-constructed home.
The Moneyist: My second husband, 86, and I have 12 kids between us. He wants me to leave him everything — and will pass on the inheritance to my 5 children
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‘He wants to leave the house to his children, but says if I outlive him I can live in it or rent somewhere if I wish to move.’
The Moneyist: I’m a farmer in my late 30s and live a frugal lifestyle. My son has a disability. Should I pay extra on my mortgage — or save for retirement?
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‘He has a disability that will likely mean he will be living with us for our entire lives.’
BookWatch: No more Mozart? Americans streaming habits reflect what life will sound like after the pandemic
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Mainstream sources of entertainment are back as people prepare for reentry into society after the yearlong isolation of COVID-19.
TaxWatch: Most people flunked this COVID-related tax quiz — can you do better?
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Do you pay taxes on stimulus checks? Can you claim tax breaks if you work from home? Just 5% of U.S. adults correctly answered all five of these questions.
: Expecting another refund after the IRS calculates the $10,200 unemployment tax break? You might want to do more than just wait
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Before sitting back and letting the IRS do the work, experts say some people should at least consider filing an amended return.