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Rocket Companies CEO says the housing market will return to ‘normal’ in 2023 and what happens when the COVID-19 emergency declaration ends? Brace for big changes to your health coverage and medical costs

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How does a recruiter find a job for himself? This man sent out 39 applications in less than a month, but he’s not giving up: ‘I’m just throwing as many darts at the board as I can’

The jobs report showed the economy added 517,000 jobs in January, nearly three times most estimates.. Read More

‘I’m very optimistic’: Rocket Companies CEO says the housing market will return to ‘normal’ in 2023 

Mortgage rates are falling. Will that be enough for the housing market to recover? Rocket Companies’ CEO Jay Farner believes so. Read More

Meta and Zuckerberg changed the Facebook narrative this week

Also, more results from big tech, Powell’s pleasing words for investors, ChatGPT and the crypto rally. Read More

Why consumers may not find out products are faulty or dangerous for months — or even years

Even when manufacturers know of safety issues with products, recalls often aren’t issued until months or even years later. Read More

What happens when the COVID-19 emergency declaration ends? Brace for big changes to your health coverage and medical costs

Up to 18 million people could lose Medicaid coverage when the COVID-19 national emergency ends, according to one recent analysis. Read More

The 2023 Kia EV6 vs. the VW ID.4: Two very different approaches to going electric

Suddenly, there’s an abundance of all-electric 2-row SUVs priced in the $40,000 range to choose from. Take a look at how the Kia EV6 and the VW ID.4 compare. Read More

‘I always say yes’: The trainers at my gym flatter and cajole me into taking classes. I’ve racked up credit-card debt to pay for them. Why can’t I say no?

‘Over the last two years, I have taken on credit-card debt to pay for these classes.’ Read More

Risk-tolerance surveys often miss what financial advisers really need to know about you

‘Clients’ attitude toward risk definitely changes with different market conditions,’ one adviser says. Read More

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