The upside to divorce (no, really)

2020-01-01

Gravitas Ventures /courtesy Everett Collection Divorces can be tough, but sometimes for the best, says one researcher. After surviving the holidays, many people are preparing to serve their spouse with divorce papers — and, as one expert notes, that can be a good thing for some households. January typically hasRead More →

‘Being objective is incredibly hard’: top financial advisers reveal their New Year’s resolutions to MarketWatch

2019-12-26

Broad Green Pictures / courtesy Everett Collection Like millions of others, financial advisers are planning resolutions for 2020. Self-care, simplified finances and unemotional investing choices are some of the ways financial advisers are planning to better themselves in 2020. Despite their differing goals, the advisers who answered a MarketWatch questionRead More →

More borrowers are getting rejected for auto loans

2019-12-16

U.S. consumers might have their pick of employment in today’s robust job market, but that doesn’t mean everyone is getting financed for a car. A Federal Reserve Bank of New York survey of consumer credit released Monday showed a spike in the rate of auto-loan rejections, to 8.1% in OctoberRead More →