March 2, 2021

Day: March 2, 2021

How to buy homeowners insurance

Homeowners insurance is essential when buying a new home and to protect your most valuable asset. It only takes a few minutes to compare rates and get the best home insurance. (iStock)

It’s a frequent question from those preparing to purchase a home: “Do I need homeowners insurance?” Buying proper homeowners insurance coverage provides financial peace of mind if an undesirable event like a fire, water leak, or burglary occurs. Accidents happen and home insurance can prevent financial disaster when substantial property damage and personal property loss take place.

The mortgage lender also requires home insurance until the

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The Federal Reserve Is Financing Future Debt Problems



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Chad Crowe

Economists John Greenwood and Steve H. Hanke ably sound the alarm in “The Money Boom Is Already Here” (op-ed, Feb. 22). Too many have looked away as the Federal Reserve prints dollars by another name: quantitative easing. While the authors rightly describe the profound implications of the massive surge in M2 from the money that has already been spent, they neglected to mention the implications for the pending $1.9 trillion in Covid spending that President Biden and many at Treasury and the Fed have requested. Follow their logic and understand the

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Here’s the prize money payout for each golfer at the 2021 WGC-Workday Championship | Golf News and Tour Information

New name, new course, same lucrative payday. Since their inception in the late 1990s, the World Golf Championships have accomplished the goal of bringing the game’s best players together on a regular basis. And they’ve done it, in part, by making it attractive for them to do so.

The 72 golfers competing at this week’s WGC-Workday Championship (the event’s fifth different title), held in 2021 at The Concession Golf Club in Bradenton, Fla. (it’s eighth different venue), were eyeing an overall prize money payout of $10.5 million. Sunday’s winner, Collin Morikawa, earned $1.82 million.

Yes, PGA Tour pros play for

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Santa Fe-based AppleCore branches into e-commerce | Business

What is the market looking for?

That is the question AppleCore CEO Daniel Sandoval and Emilio Ulibarri asked each other during the earliest days of the coronavirus pandemic.

Sandoval had just brought on Ulibarri in early March as vice president of business development to increase sales of the “lightly used” Apple computers that Sandoval upgrades and customizes at his Cordova Road shop.

Then New Mexico went into lockdown because of the coronavirus pandemic. People didn’t seem to be buying used Apples while sheltering in place, though AppleCore saw enough Apple repair jobs to keep the business afloat.

Sandoval launched AppleCore

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Covid symptom ‘long haulers’ can see lasting financial impact

Laura Crovo still has some lingering Covid symptoms, despite having contracted the virus last April.

It’s been 10 months since Laura Crovo has felt entirely normal.

Since testing positive for Covid last April, the 41-year-old Marylander has yet to shake off all of her symptoms. And on top of battling them — mostly a racing heart (tachycardia), occasional fatigue and a lingering cough — she and her husband, parents of two children, are still paying off the thousands of dollars in debt that they racked up last year due to her persisting illness.

“I think you see a lot of

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I’m hiding my involvement in porn, and more advice from Dear Prudence.

Our advice columnists have heard it all over the years. Each Sunday, we will dive into the Dear Prudie archives and share a selection of classic letters.

Dear Prudence,

I am a freelance Web developer who was almost bankrupted by the economic collapse. A few years ago a client referred me to a friend who needed some search engine optimization. The friend operates an adult website. Adult websites make a lot of money but have trouble finding honest, competent help. One job turned into another, and working with adult websites has become a thriving business for me. My problem is

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