Economy

Finally, New Ways to Save for an Emergency

Seven in 10 Americans don’t have the money to pay for a $400 emergency, as reported

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Covering Government Shutdowns

Government shutdowns take place when appropriation bills or continuing resolutions that would fund the government aren’t

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Reynolds Weekly: Friday, February 8, 2019

Does cleaning spark joy? No, but organization might… Author of “The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up”

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Reynolds Weekly: Friday, January 25, 2019

Microsoft versus the housing crisis Microsoft announced that it would join forces with nonprofit groups to

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Three Smart Strategies to Report on Rising Inflation

The nation’s central bank, the Federal Reserve, raised its benchmark interest rate at its December 19th

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Reynolds Weekly: Friday, January 11, 2019

Innovative Vending Machines An automated bread-making and baking machine will hit three grocery chains this year

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Eight Money Moves to Make on 2018 Taxes by December 31

“Shop Till You Drop” isn’t just a motto this holiday season. U.S. consumers are expected to

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Three Stories to Report on Medicare Advantage Before and After Open Enrollment Ends

There’s still time for those 65 and older to change their health coverage for 2019 before

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Immigration Is Now Part of Your Beat

It used to be that immigration was considered fodder for political journalists. Or social issues journalists.

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Say Goodbye to that Fancy Marble Countertop

Here’s a business story that hits close to home. President Trump’s trade war with China has

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