Personal Finance Daily: Jennifer Lawrence Lists Her New York City Loft for $10.5M and who is still eligible for free school lunches — and how can you apply?
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Jennifer Lawrence Lists Her New York City Loft for $10.5M
May the odds be ever in her favor! Jennifer Lawrence recently listed her swanky three-bedroom loft in New York City’s star-studded Tribeca neighborhood for a cool $10.5 million. Read More
Advice from a longtime real-estate agent: ‘Owners are moaners, and buyers are liars’
The longtime real-estate agent snickered when I asked her to look back on her career and her clients. She said she had learned something that all realtors soon come to realize: “Owners are moaners, and buyers are liars.” Read More
‘No child should go hungry during the school day’: Who is still eligible for free school lunches — and how can you apply?
As the federal government’s universal school-meal program comes to an end, nutrition experts urge eligible parents to send in applications. Read More
Hurricane Ian spurs Florida to activate price gouging hotline as Biden, DeSantis declare state of emergency
Retailers or sellers found guilty of charging an ‘unconscionable price’ for food, water, ice, lodging and lumber could pay up to $25,000 in fines. Read More
The bright side of the Great Resignation: You now have a better chance to be promoted at work
The ranks have been thinned. Take a chance to get ahead. Read More
‘I would not have been able to do it without him’: I built a property portfolio with 23 units while we were dating. How much should I give to my fiancé in our prenup?
‘They were purchased with my money, and I’m the sole owner on paper – but my fiancé was involved in the entire process.’ Read More
Home buyers are backing out of contracts in the Sun Belt, especially in Las Vegas, Phoenix, Tampa and Texas
House buyers nixed pending sales in August in Sun Belt cities like Jacksonville, San Antonio and Orlando among others, Redfin said. Read More
If chip production is recovering, why are automakers still making fewer cars?
Car makers will 3.23 million fewer vehicles this year than planned, even though global microchip production is beginning to recover. What’s going on? Read More