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Man stole $500K of missing brother’s Social Security checks over decades — until facial recognition put authorities on his trail

Chris Sayler will serve two years for pocketing $500,000 in social security payments earmarked for his brother Jarvis, who went missing in 1988. Read More

Weekend reads: Crypto and the sniff test

Also, early signs of cooling for U.S. housing, an overlooked income play in the stock market and a big increase expected for Social Security checks. Read More

This 80-year-old Scotch could cost you more than $100,000, and is packaged in a special ‘oak pavilion’

Gordon & MacPhail releases Generations, a rare sip limited to 250 bottles Read More

My mom spends thousands shopping on Facebook, but doesn’t tell my father. I pay on credit and she repays me. Will the bank alert the IRS?

‘She’s not the most technology-literate person, and doesn’t want to hassle my stepdad each time she wants to pay for stuff.’ Read More

Nurses are getting burned out — nearly 2/3 of hospitals have openings for at least 7.5% of those jobs

COVID-19 has worsened longstanding staffing problems. Read More

Shoe company CFO embezzled $30 million in failed bid to woo TV news anchor — now he’s going to jail

Richard Hajjar admitted stealing from The Alden Shoe Company to fund a TV talk show and beauty line for former Boston newscaster Bianca de la Garza. Read More

SpaceX Inspiration4 flight has raised $147M of its $200M goal for children’s cancer research

A fundraising campaign ending next February has brought in more than $47 million for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, on top of billionaire Jared Isaacman’s $100 million pledge. Read More

Hollywood Superagent Ari Emanuel Selling Brentwood Home for $25.9M

The Hollywood superagent Ari Emanuel has left the building. The long-time Los Angeles home of the agent and his former wife, Sarah Hardwick Addington, has come on the market for $25.9 million. Read More

What’s next for the real estate market? We asked the chief economist at the National Association of Realtors

Lots of potential vacation-home buyers are on the fence, betting that the market will improve for buyers this fall as companies order workers back to the office while either reducing or completely eliminating remote work. Read More

My stepdaughter, 42, hits up her father for $1,000 on a regular basis. It comes out of our joint savings account. How can I stop this?

‘We are also taking care of his 87-year-old mother by buying her groceries every week, mainly because of her poor money skills in the past.’ Read More

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