Personal Finance Daily: The bitter breakup with gas stoves is getting closer, and America’s most popular housing markets have an inflation problem

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The bitter breakup with gas stoves is getting closer — here’s another reason why

Gas emitted from stoves and ovens is not only potentially dangerous to health, but is believed to be aggravating the climate crisis more than thought: study Read More

‘No one is above the law’: Oil tycoon tried to stiff his ex-wife in a bitter divorce — now he’s going to prison for tax evasion

Todd Kozel of Gulf Keystone Petroleum hid millions in offshore and out of his ex-wife’s reach, but failed to pay taxes on it, prosecutors said. Read More

How companies’ business models put workers in a ‘low-wage trap’ — and how to break the cycle

‘Companies very often don’t walk the talk relative to the support they give low-wage workers.’ Read More

Weekend reads: Robinhood’s bad news — and a bit of good news

Also, Apple’s excellent quarterly results look even better if you dig deeper. Read More

America’s most popular housing markets have an inflation problem

People from all across the country are flocking to these cities to reduce their cost of living — and driving up prices in the process. Read More

There’s no negotiating and more transparency—how to buy your next used car online

Buying a used car online allows buyers to avoid much of what they hate about the traditional dealership experience. Here are the pros and cons. Read More

Here’s your guide to a sweet weekend escape to Fredericksburg in Texas Hill Country

Need a break? Fredericksburg, a city deep in the heart of Texas, is as sweet as its peaches.  Read More

‘I know there are going to be headaches’: Tax preparers brace for another stressful tax season — as some report difficulty hiring staff

‘I’m not looking forward to it at all,’ said David Tolleth, president of the National Association of Enrolled Agents. Read More

‘The company is a household name’: My husband’s tech firm gave him stock. It’s now 40% of our net worth. Should we diversify or hold?

‘We have been married throughout this journey, and it is thrilling to have stock that is worth more than our house or retirement accounts.’ Read More

Exclusive: Jeff Bezos’s $200 million naming-rights deal with the Smithsonian does not include a ‘morals clause’

MarketWatch obtained the written agreement between Bezos and the Smithsonian outlining the details of his donation Read More

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