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Rent for a one-bedroom apartment in New York is approaching $4,000 for the first time and here are details on how the new student loan repayment plans work

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I hope to inherit $1.3 million from my widowed mother. I live abroad with my partner. Should I quit my job and move to take care of her?

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New York one-bedroom apartment rent nears $4,000 for first time, with median rents rising up to 61% in some cities

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“I hate living in New York”: I have a $450,000 apartment in New York. Should I sell now or should I rent it out and move to New Jersey?

“I have a nice amount of savings and investments, worth about $1 million, and a good amount of social security and pensions.” Read more

As the new DeLorean EV concept emerges, it’s getting a little weird

The car looks a bit like the legendary “Back to the Future” vehicle, but it includes features that people in the 1980s could never have imagined. Read more

Here are details on how the new student loan repayment plans work

A new income-driven repayment plan can cut monthly payments by half or more. Here’s how it’s calculated and what it will look like for current and future borrowers Read more

Americans are delaying auto repairs, not because they don’t need them

Repair order volume fell 6% in July, continuing an existing trend that lasted most of 2022. Read more

Today’s Homebuyers Take Their Time: Here’s What Sellers Should Expect

Selling a home isn’t as easy as it was a year ago when a seller could choose from desperate buyers. Here are some new tips from real estate agents for home sellers. Read more


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