Personal Finance Daily: U.S. workers can’t keep their minds off work and don’t make these mistakes with your side hustle
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U.S. workers can’t keep their minds off work — especially if they make good money, Pew study finds
The more money you make, the more likely it is you have a hard time setting work-life boundaries, according to a new study from Pew Research Center. Read More
Iowa’s Caitlin Clark continues to pile up wins — and money — during March Madness
Clark and her Iowa teammates will play Aliyah Boston and the No. 1 seeded South Carolina Gamecocks on Friday night in the Final Four. Read More
How the FDIC has set a ‘baseline’ for troubled commercial real estate
Also, moving money for interest, stocks, AI and an income tax problem. Read More
Obsessing on points and miles? Stop saving them and start using them.
When it comes to travel rewards, saving a million miles might sound impressive, but it’s generally a poor financial decision. Read More
Don’t make these financial mistakes with your side hustle
From tax implications to burnout, here are 3 common missteps to avoid if you’re looking for a gig on the side to earn extra money. Read More
Money is moving out of bank accounts, but not necessarily because customers are panicking
‘We’re not seeing a freak-out situation,’ said J.D. Power’s senior director of banking about changes in consumers’ banking habits. Read More
‘I think it’s the future of our industry:’ vodka in a cardboard bottle
Just in time for Earth Month, a cardboard bottle with a ‘carbon footprint up to six times lower than a glass bottle.’ Read More