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Who has improved their quality of life most since 2008? Hint: It’s not white men

Most Americans are better off today than they were a decade ago. But for some, the improvements to their well-being have been especially notable. Latina women and Latino men experienced the biggest gains in well-being, according to the American Human Development Index from Brooklyn, N.Y.-based nonprofit Social Science Research Council’s Measure of America project. The index was first introduced in ...

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Moneyish: The Royal Family just raised the bar on holiday cards this year

A perfect holiday picture can cost a royal fortune. It’s peak greeting card season, as people are exchanging an estimated 1.6 billion Christmas cards, according to the Greeting Card Association — and glossy, personalized family photo cards are flooding mailboxes near and far. And the Royal Family didn’t disappoint with their holiday cards this year. The Duke and Duchess of ...

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Moneyish: This is how to secretly tell who will cheap out on your holiday gift

Got an expensive wish list? Try hitting up your family and friends who have their acts together. The more emotionally together you are, the more you spend during the holidays, according to a recent study published in the journal Social Psychological and Personality Science. Indeed, emotionally stable people spend more money on holiday shopping, while those who are more neurotic ...

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