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New Yorkers sued by debt collectors can now get legal advice from non-lawyers — Here’s what might mean for low-income consumers across the country, and retailers are heeding Snap’s warning, but some are bucking the bad trend

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Weekend Read: Retailers Heed Snap’s Warning, But Some Buck the Bad Trend

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New Yorkers sued by debt collectors can now get legal advice from non-lawyers — here’s what could mean for low-income consumers across the country

“If you’re poor and can’t afford a lawyer, you live in a different legal system than everyone else,” says the CEO of Upsolve, a nonprofit bankruptcy education organization. Continue reading

“I’m surprised you’re not in an alley.” This financial advisor is beating all odds and is now helping people build wealth.

Matthew McKay grew up in a financially troubled family and is focused on strengthening his clients’ financial security. Continue reading

7 Secret Beaches Worth Traveling To Get There

The best beaches also draw the biggest crowds—unless you know where the hidden ones are. Continue reading

Dear graduates, I used to think networking was cheesy. Now I know it’s the most valuable thing you can do

Networking feels a little unfair. But at its core, it’s about helping others. Continue reading

‘You saw us coming’: Dollar General turns activists and workers away from shareholders’ meeting after arriving late

Civil rights and anti-poverty activist Rev William Barber II said he and others were turned away from the meeting “because we are demanding a living wage”. Continue reading

The USDA is offering states to make it easier for low-income families to access more brands of baby food

The government’s nutritional assistance program, WIC, has very specific requirements for the size of baby food containers and brands that are eligible for purchase. Continue reading

Trump-owned home in Palm Beach is now renting for $2.5 million a year

If you’re curious about the Mar-a-Lago lifestyle and have $2.5 million to spare, you’re in luck. A mansion owned by the Trump family in Palm Beach, FL is now in the luxury rental market. Continue reading

Amy Schumer is selling a gorgeous New York penthouse for $15 million

According to The Wall Street Journal, comedian and actress Amy Schumer is selling a really swanky penthouse for $15 million. Continue reading

Memorial Day weekend travel: Gasoline prices fall slightly — to $4.59 a gallon — as 34.9 million cars hit the road

When Americans finalized their Memorial Day plans a year ago, the national average was $3.04, according to AAA data. Continue reading

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Brian Lowry

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