This week’s money news

This week’s top story: Smart Money podcast on buy now, pay later loans and credit reports. In other news: What to do if your homebuying plan got scrapped this year, when the car market will return to normal, and 3 steps to lower the cost of your debt.

Smart Money Podcast: Money Hot Takes, and Too Many Credit Cards
This week’s episode starts with two hot takes from our hosts about buy now, pay later loans and credit reports.

What to Do If Your Homebuying Plan Got Scrapped This Year
Elevated prices, rising interest rates and steep competition are interrupting millennials’ plans to buy homes.

When Will the Car Market Return to Normal?
Car prices skyrocketed during the pandemic. It’s unlikely they’ll drop significantly anytime soon, experts say.

3 Steps to Lower the Cost of Your Debt
There are ways you can reduce the expense, but it helps to know each method’s details and trade-offs.

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