WSJ Your Money Briefing

By The Wall Street Journal

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Your Money Briefing is your personal-finance and career checklist, with the news that affects your money and what you do with it. From spending and saving to investing and taxes, the Wall Street Journal’s finance reporters and experts break down complicated money questions every weekday to help you make better decisions about managing your money. Hosted by J.R. Whalen.

Episode Date
It May Be Time to Rethink Your Perfect Career Plan
Sep 29, 2023
Your Student Loan Payments Could Be Cut in Half Under New Program
Sep 28, 2023
How to Avoid Burnout in a 60-Year Career
Sep 27, 2023
Is Your Boss Monitoring Your In-Office Attendance?
Sep 26, 2023
How to Get a 3% Mortgage Rate in a 7% World
Sep 25, 2023
Why an Office Friday Just Isn’t the Vibe Anymore
Sep 22, 2023
How to Borrow Money and Avoid Higher Interest Rates
Sep 21, 2023
How to Save Enough to Retire After a 60-Year Career
Sep 20, 2023
When a Sale Price Isn’t a Discount: How Deceptive Pricing Tricks Shoppers
Sep 19, 2023
UAW Strike: How Car Buyers Could Be Affected
Sep 18, 2023
Why You Might Get ‘Feedforward’ From Your Boss Instead of Feedback
Sep 15, 2023
The Money Date: Couples Making Financial Plans Over Candlelit Dinners
Sep 14, 2023
Are You Prepared for a 60-Year Career?
Sep 13, 2023
Renters Face Additional Fees on Top of Record-High Rent
Sep 12, 2023
How to Take Advantage of High Interest Rates to Reach Financial Goals
Sep 11, 2023
Health-Insurance Costs to Rise 6.5% or More Next Year
Sep 08, 2023
Salary Plays a Big Role in WSJ/College Pulse 2024 Rankings
Sep 07, 2023
Your Student Loans Are Due Next Month. Are You Ready?
Sep 06, 2023
Why Your Phone Carrier Wants to Connect to Your Bank Account
Sep 05, 2023
Quiet Cutting: Workers Are Being Reassigned Instead of Let Go
Sep 01, 2023