Jill On Money: Scorching summer job heat means more rate hikes

Jill Schlesinger

By Jill Schlesinger

The post-COVID labor market recovery is like this summer’s weather: SCORCHING.

The government reported that 528,000 jobs were created in July, more than twice the consensus estimate.

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Jill On Money: Summer housing in transition

Jill Schlesinger

By Jill Schlesinger

After hearing three stories about home sales that blew up within days of closing, I figured that it was time to check in on what’s going on in residential real estate this summer.

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Combatting Discriminatory Appraisal Practices Which Cost Homeowners Their Equity

Steve Tomkowiak

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By Steve Tomkowiak
Urban Aging News

Many adults consider homeownership to be the realization of the “American Dream.” Homeownership can enhance self-worth,

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Jill On Money: June jobs take-away: No recession yet

Jill Schlesinger

By Jill Schlesinger

Despite the hand-wringing over a coming recession and sentiment levels dropping to all-time lows, the June employment report showed that the U.S. economy is alive and well.

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Jill On Money: The housing affordability crisis

Jill Schlesinger

By Jill Schlesinger

When the government released March inflation data, it showed that prices increased by 8.5 percent from a year ago, the fastest pace since December 1981. 

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Jill On Money: Can I donate more to my Roth?

Jill Schlesinger

By Jill Schlesinger

This Q&A is devoted to your questions about Roth IRAs and other retirement planning options. Send me your questions by going to jillonmoney.com and clicking “Contact Us.”

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Jill On Money: The best books of 2021

Jill Schlesinger

By Jill Schlesinger

One of the coolest parts of my job is interviewing authors of books that pique my interest–and then compiling my favorites into a “best of”

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