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‘Peak inflation is not here yet’: Rents continue to rise, putting pressure on would-be homebuyers. That’s bad news for the Fed.
In the first half of 2022, rents increased by 5.4% nationwide, and by double-digit percentages in some major cities, Apartment List said. Read More
This couple only rents their lake house to ‘pay as you wish’ friends
Instead of renting out a second lake house via Airbnb, this couple created a cut-rate friends & family guest house Read More
5 things to know about Amazon Prime’s free Grubhub+ membership offer
The Grubhub program, which eliminates delivery fees, normally costs $9.99 per month Read More
‘She is at risk of outliving her savings’: My mother, 100, was tricked into deeding her home to my brother. How can I persuade him to give her financial support?
‘What course of action can she take to make sure her final days are spent peacefully in a dignified home, with the caregiving help she has been used to?’ Read More
EV startup Lightyear boasts a production-ready solar car
The Lightyear 0 runs on both solar and electric power, with a stated range of more than 600 miles between charges. Here’s how it works. Read More
More for-profit schools are offering buy now, pay later—is it a debt trap?
Buy now, pay later is gaining traction for higher education. Here are some of the problems with using it to finance school. Read More
Hyundai breaks the rules with its curvy, swoopy Ioniq 6 EV
Hyundai revealed the next step in its push toward an all-electric lineup. The Ioniq 6 looks nothing like any other Hyundai. That’s refreshing. Read More
No more extra pickles? Subway’s new menu offerings downplay the ability to customize sandwiches
The chain says its Subway Series sandwiches are ‘expertly crafted.’ But will customers be OK with the fact they’re allowed only ‘select substitutions’? Read More
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