Quentin Fottrell — MarketWatch’s Moneyist — helps readers settle very difficult financial problems that often involving conflicts with family members. This week he helps a reader to understand that her unhappiness with her partner isn’t really about money.
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Want a high salary?
Some food-service companies are paying surprisingly high salaries to store managers.
Read this if you are looking for a job
Despite all the reports of “full employment” in the U.S., it can be very difficult to find the right job to continue your career or make the best use of your skills. Here’s a critically important “soft skill” that you should emphasize in your work to succeed in your current job and attract your next employer.
An important reminder for investors
The S&P 500 SPX, +0.00% returned 31.5% during 2019. Of course some managers performed even better. Mark Hulbert explains why chasing good investment performance tends to backfire.
Guns and low taxes
As part of her series tailoring retirement destinations to readers’ specific desires, Catey Hill helps a reader who wants a location with low taxes, low regulation and little gun control.
Your 2020 buying calendar
You can save a lot of money by timing your purchases — here’s a 12-month guide.
You might be eligible for this tax break
Bill Bischoff explains how tax legislation signed into law by President Trump in December can save you money, not only for 2019 but for 2018 if you amend your tax return.
A basket of dividend stocks from Goldman
Analysts at Goldman Sachs expect a lackluster 2020 for stocks and suggest giving this group of dividend stocks with relatively low valuations a second look.
Where is it cheaper to rent than to buy?
It may be conventional wisdom that it is more affordable to buy a home than to rent, but things aren’t so simple. There are many markets where it is more affordable to rent, as Jacob Passy explains.