Personal Finance Daily: Parents of YouTube child stars say safety protections would hurt kids’ earning power and 50 secrets to living a long, happy life

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I’m engaged to a ‘money monster’ who racks up parking tickets and credit-card debt

‘We have separate finances because I don’t trust her to act prudently financially.’

Advocates say the fastest way to help immigrants separated from their children: Post their bail

Freedom comes at an increasingly high cost for detained immigrants.

My sister told our mother to change her will, then forced her to sign over power of attorney

‘I found out today that the oldest daughter had my mother sign a will giving her more money.’

50 secrets to living a long, happy life: work from home, get a pet and go outside

People 55 and up shared what they’ve learned about living well in a new survey

Can anything be done to prevent gun violence at work?

All workplaces can take steps to help prevent tragedy, experts say.

Visiting Disneyland’s Star Wars attractions? Save yourself $200 by reading the fine print

Certain experiences at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge come with strict policies for latecomers and no-shows.

Bill Gates reveals his greatest mistake — and says it cost him billions of dollars

‘If we had gotten that one right, we would be the leading company. But oh, well,’ the Microsoft co-founder said.

Financial literacy skills have taken a nose dive since the Great Recession

Younger people had the sharpest drop in their ability to answer four of five financial literacy questions correctly.

One big mistake you’re likely making when you brew coffee — and the easy $15 solution

You can have coffee-shop quality coffee at home — if you know how to do it.

Parents of YouTube child stars say safety protections would hurt kids’ earning power

As YouTube weighs a massive restructure to protect children, creators worry about revenue.

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Universal basic income proponent Andrew Yang says debate offers him ‘nothing but upside’

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America’s housing market is competitive, unequal, and often just getting by. Just like us.

An annual report shows an uncomfortable situation: Not enough resources are going to help the least well-off obtain housing, helping exacerbate inequality in the housing market along both racial and socioeconomic lines.

G-20 preview: Facing faltering economies, Trump and Xi likely to agree to a cease-fire of trade war

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