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A brief 'window of opportunity' now opens for homebuyers as mortgage rates fall, but experts warn of a 'longer-term war that is not over yet'

A brief ‘window of opportunity’ now opens for homebuyers as mortgage rates fall, but experts warn of a ‘longer-term war that is not over yet’

A brief ‘window of opportunity’ now opens for homebuyers as mortgage rates fall, but experts warn of a ‘longer-term war that is not over yet’ While turkey and pies were significantly more expensive this Thanksgiving season, Americans have something to be thankful for: Mortgage rates continue to fall. Borrowing costs plunged for the first time …

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Alberta's famous 'wage premium' is eroding fast, experts say

Alberta’s famous ‘wage premium’ is eroding fast, experts say

CALGARY — Paychecks for workers in the province that once led the nation in wage growth have stagnated, but experts say the double whammy of inflation and labor shortages means that Alberta businesses are about to have to rely on wages soon. For years, Alberta workers have been the highest paid in the country thanks …

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3 things personal finance “experts” get wrong

Image source: Getty Images Sometimes emotionally satisfying counseling isn’t as financially sound. Key points Academic economists have different opinions than personal finance gurus when it comes to Americans and their finances. It’s common to hear that your savings rate should be stable throughout your life, that you should avoid variable rate mortgages, and that you …

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Elon Musk's rapid Twitter changes could raise legal issues, experts say

Elon Musk’s rapid Twitter changes could raise legal issues, experts say

As Elon Musk continues his rapid and sweeping changes on Twitter – including mass layoffs and requiring remaining employees to commit to “long hours” or leave – lawyers and experts in Jobs said his demands could open the billionaire and his business to a number of legal issues. . In a company-wide ultimatum sent Wednesday …

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Pulled by tweet: Elon Musk's latest actions put Twitter at risk, experts say

Pulled by tweet: Elon Musk’s latest actions put Twitter at risk, experts say

People walk outside Twitter’s headquarters in San Francisco, Friday, November 4, 2022. Jeff Chiu/AP hide caption toggle caption Jeff Chiu/AP People walk outside Twitter’s headquarters in San Francisco, Friday, November 4, 2022. Jeff Chiu/AP Eric Frohnhoefer thought his tweets to the CEO of Twitter (and his new boss) Elon Musk explaining why there was a …

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8 Money Experts Reveal Their First Retirement Advice

Planning a comfortable retirement doesn’t have to be difficult, but it does take intention. GOBankingRates interviewed eight financial experts to get their top retirement and investment advice. Here’s what they recommend. Check Out: 9 Safest Places to Retire Abroad for Under $2,000 a MonthSee: 5 things you need to do when your savings hit $50,000 …

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Split the bill?  This situation is 'the last thing you want', say etiquette experts

Split the bill? This situation is ‘the last thing you want’, say etiquette experts

Within any group of friends who dine together, people likely have different budgets, different appetites, and different attitudes toward shared expenses. You may be one of those people who, for the sake of expediency, are happy for everyone to share things equally. But what about when the meal is decidedly uneven? You may realize you’re …

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October inflation slowed more than expected, but remains near 40-year highs. Here’s what 5 experts said about the risk of stagflation hitting the US economy

Paul Volcker, former Fed Chairman from 1979 to 1987. Bettmann/Getty Images Inflation eased in October, but prices have been high for more than 20 months now, raising fears of stagflation. This means the economy could be hit by high unemployment, weak growth and persistent inflation – as well as a sharp drop in stocks. Here’s …

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