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Warren Buffett wants you to visualize Berkshire Hathaway’s tax bill. Get out your binoculars.
‘At Berkshire we hope and expect to pay much more in taxes during the next decade,’ Buffett said in his annual shareholder letter. Read More
Forget ‘quiet quitting.’ Some workers are now embracing ‘bare-minimum Monday.’
The latest office trend calls for taking it easy at the start of the workweek. Read More
Pending home sales rise 8.1% in January, largest increase since June 2020
But mortgage rates are back up and applications for mortgages are down, hinting at weakness in the coming weeks for home sales. Read More
The best U.S. metro area for first-time home buyers is this Texas pandemic boomtown
A new report says the best city for a first-time buyer was in Texas Read More
Buying a newly-built home sounds expensive, but there can be good deals hiding behind the sticker price
Homebuilders have hundreds of thousands of unsold dwellings in their inventories, and many are offering incentives. Here’s what to look for. Read More
Are we witnessing the demise of the affordable car? Automakers have all but abandoned the budget market.
It’s curtains for the compact car, end of the line for the economy auto. America’s new car market is squeezing out the $25,000-and-under automobile. Read More
Three ways climate change will make you poorer (if it hasn’t already)
Climate change in its various forms will likely cut into your savings over time. Here’s a breakdown, and some ways to protect your finances. Read More
Car prices may soon see a key pattern change
Within recent sales figures lies an exciting trend. New car prices have steadily risen, but analysts think that could change. Read More
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