The latest on working moms, evicting your adult kid, and what you should have done by age 35
Here are some favorite personal finance reads from around the web this week.
The saga of Michael Rotondo includes a series of eviction notices from his own parents and a dramatic day in court. Take it from me: You and your kid don’t have to let it get this far.
This “mic drop of a study,” as Money calls it, is a fact-based love letter to working moms, with research from 29 countries. A lawyer mom I know said after reading this: “We couldn’t be everywhere at once, though we tried!”
This week’s Epic Systems Corp. v. Lewis ruling means workers will be forced into one-on-one arbitration to settle disputes. As Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg wrote in her dissent, taking the possibility of a class-action lawsuit off the table will embolden shady employers to skirt the law in taking advantage of their workers.
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When you ask your kid what she wants to be when she grows up, does she say, “YouTuber”?
Some 55 million American workers don’t have employer-sponsored retirement plans. A handful of states have a solution we should get behind.
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