Happy Friday, everyone. Rounding out this week, we see real estate trends showing an increase in investor home purchasing. Senator Elizabeth Warren proposes a new law that will allow same-sex couples to get tax refunds owed to them. When it comes to raising kids, allowances can be an effective means to teach financial literacy, but a new study shows the U.S. is lacking when it comes to this practice. Learn how fitness and personal finance have more in common than you think. And we hear about president Trump’s quick pivot from executing an air strike on Iran to pulling back from action.
Their interest poses a challenge for millennials and other first-time buyers.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) reintroduced a bill that would allow married same-sex couples to file joint amended federal tax returns and collect refunds for as long as they have been married.
American parents aren’t going all in on the allowance. While many financial experts tout the allowance as an important tool to teach kids about money, a recent survey commissioned by CreditCards.com found that only 40% of children under the age of 18 receive one.
Sticking with your fitness goals is hard. Finding time to go to the gym isn’t easy. Staying motivated to work out regularly is tough. Take a look at how fitness and finance have more in common than you might think…
As tensions between the U.S. and Iran escalate, President Donald Trump approved military strikes on several Iranian targets — but abruptly pulled back from launching them on Thursday night, according to three U.S. officials who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss sensitive national security decisions.