Money Matters

Buying a home, with debt

In this country, there has always been a well-worn path to household wealth—and that’s buying the house itself. Since the 2008 recession, the home is “still the major source of stable wealth” in this country, says J.P. Krahel, an accounting professor at Loyola University Maryland’s Sellinger School of Business and …

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All in a Day’s Work The old-school tradition of a summer job is still important in the modern world

Summer job. Those words may conjure up different reactions, depending on your age. If you are old enough to look back on a summer job, you likely have fond memories of fun co-workers, not-funny-at-the-time-but-hilarious-now workplace horror stories and that feeling of money in your pocket that was all yours. But …

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