Archive for September 2nd, 2017

When tenants put their homes up on Airbnb illegally, homeowners rack up thousands in fines from cities and homeowner's associations.

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A dead woman's bank account received a pension deposit for almost 20 years because city officials didn't learn of her passing until June 2016.

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Death. It's not a pleasant thing to think about, but it is an essential part of your overall financial plan.

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Are you on track for retirement, savings-wise?

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<p>One rule for corporate office employees, another for those who work in stores: unequal parental leave is splitting the company in two.</p>

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<p>The Trump administration is poised to slash rates for rich Americans. What about going in the exact opposite direction?</p>

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You don't build reusable rockets, try to disrupt the automotive industry, or dream up a new mode of high-speed travel without producing some amazing quotes along the way. Here are several of the most interesting.

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<p>Employers are having a hard time finding and keeping workers who can pass a drug test. People of all ages are testing positive, and for hard drugs, leading to unsafe working conditions and causing some employers to cut their workforces.</p>

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<p>Traveling from Louisiana, four 18-wheelers and more than a dozen workers rolled into the heart of Houston Tuesday morning. The Cajun crew was there to unfurl and install a unique form of flood protection: three-foot high, seven-foot wide, 250-foot long flexible dams, an invention called the AquaDam. They will allow emergency vehicles to safely travel on Interstate 10 without fear of being washed away in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.</p>

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<p>With the shutdown of oil refineries and chemical plants, impaired roads and ports, and widespread damage to homes, businesses and cars, the economic toll from Hurricane Harvey is now being estimated as the second-costliest natural disaster in U.S. history, trailing only the devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina in 2005.</p>

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Coming soon to a city near you: Dockless bikes have transformed China and are catching on around the world.

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Even as mergers has significantly reduced competition, lower-cost airlines like Spirit and Frontier continue to play a role in moderating ticket costs.

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