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Shortage of small, single-family homes leaves some first-time buyers frustrated and out of luck in a hot housing market.
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Everyday investors are inviting the volatile world of cryptocurrencies into their IRA nest eggs as they search for higher returns.
As society emerges from lockdowns and people catch up with co-workers at in-person happy hours, many may have to remind themselves how to consume alcohol when colleagues are around.
Vacationers should stay flexible and consider travel insurance.