Wednesday’s need-to-know money news

Today’s top story: 12 ways to make this summer’s travel less bad. Also in the news: Are Airbnbs really cheaper for large groups, 11 ways to repurpose an old phone or tablet, and the federal consumer finance watchdog to tighten bank rules around money-transfer scams.

12 Ways to Make This Summer’s Travel Less Bad
With proper planning and an adaptable mindset, you can weather the storm that is travel in summer 2022.

Are Airbnbs Really Cheaper for Large Groups?
You can turn to Airbnb for a large group getaway, but always do the math to make sure you’re getting the best deal.

11 Ways to Repurpose an Old Phone or Tablet
You should put your old smartphone or tablet to work.

Federal consumer finance watchdog to tighten bank rules around money-transfer scams, report says
Banks generally don’t have liability in instances when the transaction is authorized.

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