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For Tens of Millions of Americans, the Good Times Are Right Now

“We are very fortunate right now given the situation for many others during the pandemic,” said Mr. McCauley, 36, who works for a data orchestration company. “Somehow we are doing […]




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How to Cope With Medicare’s Rising Costs

Aduhelm will be administered by health care providers, and thus will be covered under Medicare Part B, rather than the Part D prescription drug program. A spokesman for the Centers […]




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La pandemia afectó tu economía. Esto debes hacer

Es bien sabido que los informes de las agencias contienen una buena cantidad de errores. Si encuentras algunos, haz el reclamo. Para empezar, contacta tanto a las agencias de información […]




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Your Finances Took a Hit From the Pandemic. Here’s What You Do Now.

As for that tax return, it never hurts to organize all the tax data you can during the last few months of the calendar year. It’s a record of your […]




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California’s Plan to Make New Buildings Greener Will Also Raise Costs

But in other locations like San Bernardino, a far less affluent city east of Los Angeles, where the typical home sells for about $529,000, the cost of solar panels and […]







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As Cyberattacks Surge, Security Start-Ups Reap the Rewards

On a Friday evening in October, Mr. Chandna, the Greylock venture capitalist, introduced the chief executive of an email security company he had invested in, Abnormal Security, to another investor, […]







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No End to Whiplash in Meme Stocks, Crypto and More

Drew Austin, an entrepreneur and investor, invested heavily in cryptocurrencies and NFTs, including digital horses, digital sports cards and some digital art. He took a “substantial liquidity hit” when cryptocurrency […]