Wednesday, January 27, 2021
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Cold weather means new challenges for struggling restaurants

Cold weather means new challenges for struggling restaurants

It's a dose of reality for an industry that was able to stem at least some of its losses by pivoting to outdoor dining this summer, setting up tables and chairs on sidewalks and parking lots and offering some semblance of normalcy.

Cold weather means new challenges for struggling restaurants

Millennial Money: Try touchless payment to avoid dirty money

Millennial Money: Try touchless payment to avoid dirty money

Now, COVID-19 has prompted the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to advise using touchless payments whenever possible in the brick-and-mortar world.

Millennial Money: Try touchless payment to avoid dirty money

Liz Weston: Sustainable investing could get a lot harder

Liz Weston: Sustainable investing could get a lot harder

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the American Bankers Association and the Investment Company Institute, among other business interests, warned the rule could raise costs, significantly limit investment options and increase the risk of lawsuits.

Liz Weston: Sustainable investing could get a lot harder

How to build a home office on a budget

How to build a home office on a budget

Ali Budd, the owner of a Toronto-based interior design company, recommends people on a budget consider repurposing what they have.

How to build a home office on a budget

Is credit card relief little help? Check out debt management

Is credit card relief little help? Check out debt management

Credit card hardship programs are ideal for balances that can be paid down over a few months. Terms vary by issuer, and relief is generally granted on a case-by-case basis.

Is credit card relief little help? Check out debt management

Liz Weston: Fear of bankruptcy holds too many people back

Liz Weston: Fear of bankruptcy holds too many people back

Many bankruptcy attorneys have a much simpler explanation: Fear, a lack of information and misplaced optimism keep people from getting a fresh start.

Liz Weston: Fear of bankruptcy holds too many people back