Why women need different financial strategies than men and experts, legislators plead for more housing tax credits to boost construction

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International Women’s Day: Here’s what women want from their homes (it’s not always the same thing as men)

American women with children want bigger family rooms and better-equipped kitchens, and they place greater value on wellness features, a new report says. Read More

‘We have kicked the can down the road long enough’: Experts, legislators plead for more housing tax credits to boost construction and address dwindling affordable supply

The Senate Finance Committee held a hearing Tuesday to address the role of tax policy in affordable-housing supply. Read More

Why women need different financial strategies than men: ‘Do not think this is an old white man’s game’

Women face unique financial challenges. On International Women’s Day, here are 8 strategies to help women build wealth. Read More

U.S. has a shortfall of 6.5 million single-family homes due to a decade of under-building, report says

When buyers return to the housing market, it won’t be easy to find affordable homes due to lack of new construction, according to Realtor.com Read More

9 ways men can support the working women in their lives. Start by helping out at home.

How to share responsibilities with a partner and make the relationship easier for you both. Read More

Mortgage demand rises in latest week, despite loans becoming more expensive

Mortgage applications rose 7.4% in the latest week, the Mortgage Bankers Association said. The average rate for a 30-year mortgage is 6.79%. Read More

‘I’m afraid to tell my spouse’: I maxed out my credit cards and racked up $100,000 in debt due to my gambling addiction. Can you help?

‘We, as a family, tend to live beyond our means, but I amplify that with my secret addiction.’ Read More

Whatever happened to new investors from 2020? Market turmoil, meme stocks and crypto didn’t scare them off.

A new survey catching up with people who started brokerage accounts in 2020 said three-quarters of them are still maintaining their accounts. Read More

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