WSJ Your Money Briefing

By The Wall Street Journal

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.

  1. 1.
    Why Work Stress Invades Your Dreams
    8:33
  2. 2.
    Startups Help Homebuyers Win the Bidding War... With Cash
    11:04
  3. 3.
    What Pension Funds' Riskier Strategies Mean for Future Retirees
    9:04
  4. 4.
    Bitcoin ETFs: What to Know If You Plan to Invest
    9:54
  5. 5.
    Tax Disaster Write-Offs for Damage Could Increase
    8:22
  6. 6.
    Introducing Bad Bets
    27:44
  7. 7.
    How to Navigate the Credentials Marketplace
    16:50
  8. 8.
    How Older Workers Can Combat Ageism While Job Hunting
    12:54
  1. 9.
    How Recent Graduates Can Stand Out in Today's Jobs Market
    16:03
  2. 10.
    How to Avoid Being "Ghosted" by Hiring Managers
    9:41
  3. 11.
    What Hiring Managers Want to See From Job Candidates
    16:17
  4. 12.
    Making Money on the Sale of Your Home
    7:06
  5. 13.
    Smart Ways to Tap Into Your Retirement Savings
    9:28
  6. 14.
    Could 24/7 Stock Trading Be On the Way?
    9:17
  7. 15.
    How Companies and Workers Are Fighting Burnout
    7:46
  8. 16.
    How to Spot and Fix Errors on Your Credit Report
    7:58
  9. 17.
    Stock Market: What to Watch For in the 4th Quarter
    8:30
  10. 18.
    How to Close the Stock Options Gender Pay Gap
    6:49
  11. 19.
    More Companies Under Pressure to Provide Paid Sick Leave
    7:35
  12. 20.
    SPAC Mergers: How Day Traders Hope to Cash In
    9:57
  13. 21.
    How to Tell if a Company Really Is Family-Friendly
    8:31
  14. 22.
    Networking Without Feeling 'Dirty'
    11:29
  15. 23.
    The Biggest Mistakes Home Buyers and Sellers Make
    7:45
  16. 24.
    More Overtime Means More Money, And More Problems
    11:17
  17. 25.
    How to Talk to Your Aging Parents About Money
    7:16
  18. 26.
    How to Prepare for Potential Tax Increases Next Year
    8:05
  19. 27.
    How to Invest Without Emotions Clouding Your Judgement
    9:12
  20. 28.
    Should You 'Buy Now, Pay Later' When Checking Out?
    9:58
  21. 29.
    How Will Airlines Recover From the Turbulent Summer of 2021?
    8:59
  22. 30.
    Should Remote Workers Be Paid Based on Their Location?
    10:48
  23. 31.
    Democratic Plan Would Require Businesses to Offer Retirement Plans
    7:02
  24. 32.
    How to Spot a Fake Job Listing
    8:21
  25. 33.
    How to Put Your Career Back on Track While Working From Home
    11:13
  26. 34.
    How Much Should You Borrow for College?
    9:56
  27. 35.
    Post-9/11 Wall Street: How Secure Are Markets?
    8:30
  28. 36.
    Millennials Are Quitting Jobs Over Pandemic Stress...With No Plan 'B'
    12:23
  29. 37.
    How Landing a Job Can Be Different for Men and Women
    9:19
  30. 38.
    Sitting on a Down Payment for a Home? Here's Where to Stash It.
    8:11
  31. 39.
    Robinhood, Other Online Trading Apps Draw SEC Attention
    11:21
  32. 40.
    Car Prices Too Steep to Buy? How About Leasing?
    7:52
  33. 41.
    Employers Add Emergency Savings Accounts to Benefits
    6:33
  34. 42.
    Want to Renovate Your Garage? Here's What to Know.
    9:12
  35. 43.
    Video Résumés Grab Attention, But Are They Worth the Effort?
    12:43
  36. 44.
    Setting Up Your Hybrid Work Schedule to Benefit Your Career
    8:55
  37. 45.
    How to Take a Rival Job Offer to Your Boss
    8:02
  38. 46.
    More Stores Tack On Fees for Credit-Card Purchases
    10:43
  39. 47.
    For Car Buyers, Custom Orders Could Replace Haggling Over Price
    8:49
  40. 48.
    Hotels Experiment With A La Carte Pricing
    11:18
  41. 49.
    Selling a Used Car? Here's What You Should Know.
    9:52
  42. 50.
    How Some People Work Two Full-Time Jobs From Home
    7:58

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