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
Even Some Middle Seats on Your Flight Now Come at a Cost
Apr 24, 2024
Homeowners Want to Sell, but Not With Mortgage Rates Back Above 7%
Apr 23, 2024
How to Use AI in the Office to Increase Productivity
Apr 22, 2024
What’s News in Markets: High Flier, Revenue Shift, Ticket Trouble
Apr 20, 2024
Up to $68 Million in Coins Winds Up in the Trash Every Year
Apr 19, 2024
Where’s My Tax Refund? It Might Be Delayed
Apr 18, 2024
Plan Your Funeral Now. Pay for it Later.
Apr 17, 2024
You Made a Mistake on Your Tax Return. Should You Tell the IRS?
Apr 16, 2024
Your Financial Adviser’s Conflicts Could Put Your Money at Risk
Apr 15, 2024
What’s News in Markets: Banks’ Inflation, Amazon AI, Boeing Again
Apr 13, 2024
You Can’t File Your Taxes by April 15. Now What?
Apr 12, 2024
Ever Dream of Taking a Sabbatical? Here’s How Our Columnist Did It
Apr 11, 2024
Don’t Delay Having the Talk About Family Inheritance
Apr 10, 2024
The New Magic Number for Retirement Went Up. Here’s What it Means.
Apr 09, 2024
How to Prepare For a Chaotic Homebuying Season
Apr 08, 2024
What’s News in Markets: Beauty Spots, Bright Jeans, Disney Battle
Apr 06, 2024
Why More Gen Z Workers Are Pursuing Skilled Trade Jobs
Apr 05, 2024
Think You’re Indispensable at Work? Think Again
Apr 04, 2024
Money Is Tight, but Americans Are Still Revenge Spending
Apr 03, 2024
Why Interest on CDs Can Drop to Near Zero
Apr 02, 2024