My mother, 65, passed away and left me her house — and mortgage. Her partner, 72, lives there. What are my moral obligations here?

[ad_1] My mom passed away unexpectedly at 65 on March 5. I am her only child, and she never remarried

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My wife has 125 lipsticks. Her $11K cosmetics bill is our household’s largest expense — exceeding vehicles and housing

[ad_1] My wife and I have about $4,000 in expenses each month. She brings in 14% of our total income

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‘Money is inherently emotional’: A post-COVID guide to splurging with ‘enlightened hedonism’

[ad_1] For lunch Thursday, Will Benedetto ate four hard-boiled eggs. For dinner, he and his girlfriend are dining at Flying

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American households will finally get their Child Tax Credit boost — here’s when that first payment will arrive

[ad_1] More than two months after federal lawmakers boosted the Child Tax Credit payout and broadened eligibility as one part

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Opinion: The offshore wind industry just got a big boost as the U.S. approves the first wind farm off Martha’s Vineyard

[ad_1] The United States’ offshore wind industry is tiny, with just seven wind turbines operating off Rhode Island and Virginia. The few attempts

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From stimulus checks and bitcoin to mask write-offs — read this checklist before the tax filing deadline on May 17

[ad_1] If taxes are a certainty in life, so are the people who wait until the last minute to file.

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One culprit in the IRS backlog of 1.7 million tax returns? Broken printers and copiers, watchdog report says

[ad_1] Long-languishing 2019 tax returns and tardy tax refunds are being held up partly because of a shortage of working

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How do nanny taxes work? They’re complicated, but skipping them is a mistake

[ad_1] Do you have a household employee like a nanny, caregiver for an elderly relative who moved in with you,

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