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Personal Finance Daily: Car prices are at near-record highs — yet car ownership is on the rise, and free N95 masks roll out at pharmacies this week


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I’m selling a home with a vacant lot, but my buyer can’t get a loan to cover everything. Should I let him pay me in installments?

‘Is there a way to do this legally that will not cause me to pay additional income tax or cause the bank to red flag me to the IRS?’ Read More

Car prices are at near-record highs — yet car ownership is on the rise

Baby boomers have the highest car ownership rates across all adult age groups, according to a Morning Consult survey. Read More

Free N95 masks roll out at pharmacies like CVS and Walgreens this week: here’s how to get yours

The Biden administration is issuing 400 million free non-surgical N95 masks to stop the spread of COVID-19. Read More

‘She took his queen-size bed for herself’: My sister mooched off my father while pretending to be his caregiver. Then he died a painful death.

‘She made herself his trustee and handled his money and spent nearly all of it on herself.’ Read More

The pandemic is a mental health crisis, but some health plans and insurance companies are ‘falling short’ on coverage, report says

More than 100,000 people died of drug overdoses in a 12-month period ending in April, according to the CDC Read More

Ex-UBS financial adviser charged with stealing $5.8 million from client to pay for lavish gifts for girlfriends

German Nino, who was married, is accused of using the cash for luxury cars, private school tuition and an apartment in Colombia for his girlfriends. Read More

Last summer’s breakneck pace of home-price growth may finally ease as mortgage rates rise

“House price levels remained elevated in November, but the data indicate a pivot,” said Will Doerner, supervisory economist at the FHFA. Read More

The No. 1 emerging real-estate market in America also has some of the nation’s best beaches

The Emerging Housing Markets Index from The Wall Street Journal and analyzes the 300 largest metropolitan areas. Read More

They’re paying higher prices than ever, so why are car buyers so happy?

The average price of a new car increased by $6,000 in just a year. But a recent survey found car buyers were ‘highly satisfied with their shopping experience.’ Read More

5 reasons you might have to pay more for life insurance

If you fall into one of these five groups of people, you may be deemed a high risk to insure. Read More

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