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Personal Finance Daily: Here’s how to rent a sustainable Christmas tree for the greenest holiday ever and what retail and warehousing jobs falling in November reveals about the typical holiday shopper


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Greenest holiday ever? Here’s how to rent a sustainable Christmas tree

There are ways to make ‘greener’ choices with your holiday evergreen. Read More

Retail and warehousing jobs actually fell in November. It reveals a lot about the typical holiday shopper.

Month to month, retail employment declined 30,000, the Labor Department said. Read More

The U.S. job market is strong, but layoffs are on the rise. Is this a good — or bad — time to ask for a raise?

On Friday, the Labor Department reported 263,000 new jobs in November, while the U.S. unemployment rate held steady at 3.7%.  Read More

How infatuation with crypto can put investors in danger — and what to do about it

Also, confusion over the economy, the crypto fallout and the cloud-services slowdown. Read More

Inflation and credit-card debt are on the rise, despite a strong job market. Tell us how the economy is affecting you.

Given all the conflicting signals, economists say it can be difficult for consumers to know exactly how to feel about the economy right now. Read More

Dear Tax Guy: ‘I’ve accumulated a lot of junk.’ I plan to make $6,000 selling stuff on eBay. Can I put it into an IRA instead of paying income tax?

‘I’m also trying to clean out my house, and sell it at cost or a small profit.’ Read More

These Disney-themed children’s clothes are being recalled because of lead-poisoning risk

The items, including some featuring Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse, were sold at T.J. Maxx and Amazon, among other retailers. Read More

‘I had to keep my composure because I didn’t want to derail my success.’ This financial adviser overcame the odds against her.

Lanta Evans-Motte faced financial hardships growing up and challenges as a Black woman on a corporate career path. Read More

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