Wednesday’s need-to-know money news

Today’s top story: Your 401(k) match may be in jeopardy. Here’s what you should do. Also in the news: What happens to your travel rewards if your airline goes bankrupt, how to upgrade your old car with new tech, and why your student loan Coronavirus forbearance is messing up your credit report.

Your 401(k) match may be in jeopardy. Here’s what you should do
Steps to take right now.

Airlines are on the brink of bankruptcy — what happens to your voucher, travel miles and airline credit card if they go belly up?
No guarantee of a refund,

Upgrade Your Old Car With New-Car Tech
You can get rid of those 8-track tapes.

Why Your Student Loan Coronavirus Forbearance Is Messing Up Your Credit Report
Scores are dropping as much as 50 points.

Wednesday’s need-to-know money news

Stress Level Conceptual Meter Indicating MaximumToday’s top story: Passing the financial sleep test. Also in the news: How to tell if you have a good 401(k) match, how to tell if a purchase will truly make you happy, and the most tax-friendly states for retirement.

Does Your Financial Plan Pass the Sleep Test?
Are your finances causing you to lose sleep?

How to Tell if You Have a Good 401(k) Match
Is your employer generous enough?

Plot Your Purchases Along the Fulfillment Curve to Know When It’s Worth It
How to know before you buy.

These Are The 10 Most Tax-Friendly States For Retirees
Is yours on the list?