5 unfortunate reasons why millennials can’t have nice things (or save any money)

Young Americans spend $2,300 per year more on a wide range of items.

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If, like Sean Spicer, you suddenly walk out — what should you do next?

It’s never too late to do a postmortem on what went wrong (or right).

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Are you a money bully?

If you’ve ever asked a question about money only to feel embarrassed, ashamed, or defensive at the response, you may have encountered a Money Bully.

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Personal Finance Daily: How real-estate TV shows determine what home buyers look for and what to do if you decide to quit your job like Sean Spicer

Friday's top personal finance stories

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Currencies: Euro rallies to 2-year high as hawkish view on ECB dominates

The euro strengthens on Friday to a two-year high against the dollar, extending its gains, a day after European Central Bank President Mario Draghi attempted to tamp down comments he made back in late June that traders interpreted as hawkish.

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Medill News Service: Fed sets 2020 goal for faster payment systems

A Federal Reserve task force Friday called on the U.S. financial system to make faster payment solutions available to every consumer and business by 2020.

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How real-estate TV shows determine what buyers look for in a house

These shows are also helping to keep granite countertops and stainless steel kitchens in high demand.

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The Wall Street Journal: Amazon paying publishers to post on new social network Spark

Amazon is paying influential personalities and professionals to post content on its new social network Spark.

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What to do when, like Sean Spicer, you decide to quit your job

This is a good time to do a postmortem on what went wrong (or right).

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